Angelo Milli A native of Maracaibo, Venezuela, Milli grew up around music and from a young age, showed a natural aptitude for composition and performance, and a passion for mastering various musical instruments. He began formal piano training at age 12 before spending his teenage years in a rock band composing his own songs and learning the guitar. At this time, he also became fascinated by the drums, bass guitar, flute, percussion, and ethnic instruments, such as the Australian didgeridoo, a wind instrument. His ambition to play as many musical instruments as possible is an edict that has served him well throughout his career. In 1996, at age 21, Milli came to the U.S. to attend the famed Berklee College of Music in Boston, where he received his degree in film scoring. At Berklee, he studied under some of the world’s most renowned musicians and theorists, and immersed himself in Stravinski and early 20th Century contemporary music, but also discovered a great affection for modern, digitally-enhanced compositions. While he reveres the familiar conventions of film scoring, he is also adept at using digital effects to manipulate sound. His vision is one of infinite possibilities, a refreshing approach that sets him apart from his Berklee classmates and drives his music till this day. Angelo Milli, who composed the score for the new Will Smith feature Seven Pounds, is among the industry’s hottest young composers. His work on the highly-anticipat...

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