Christopher Moscatiello's international broadcast credits include original music for NBC, Fox Television, AOL Time Warner, National Geographic, Channel 5 (U.K.), ZDF (Germany), The Discovery Channel, The Learning Channel and MSNBC, as well as numerous independent films, television commercials and multimedia projects. In 1997 he completed a ballet commissioned by the Kirov Academy of Ballet that saw its world premiere in the spring of that year. Prior to relocating to LA, he spent three years as Associate Artistic Director and Conductor of The Boston Chamber Ensemble. Chris holds a Master's Degree in Conducting and a Bachelor's Degree in Composition from Oberlin Conservatory of Music.

 

CREDITS (partial)

"March of the Penguins" DVD Release
Bonus Feature, composer: "Crittercam: Emperor Penguins"
Warner Independent and National Geographic Features films
Distributer: Warner Home Video

"Crittercam Chronicles" - Thirteen part series
Producer: National Geographic Television
Broadcaster: National Geographic Channel

"Taboo" - Thirteen part series
Producer: National Geographic Television
Broadcaster: National Geographic Channel

"Holy War, Inc.: The Secret World of Osama Bin Laden"
National Geographic Explorer: Special Report
Producer: Story House Productions
Broadcaster: MSNBC

"Toad Warriors and Venom Hunters"
Producer: LunaSea Inc.
Broadcaster: Animal Planet

"Sentenced to Health" - Six part series
Producer: Wall to Wall Television (U.K.)
Broadcaster: The Discovery Channel

"Riddles of the Dead" - Six part series
Producer: Hoggard Films
Broadcaster: National Geographic Channel

"The Feds: U.S. Postal Inspectors" - Two part series
Producer: Heintz Media Productions
Broadcaster: The Discovery Channel

"St. Michael's Lifeline" - Six part series
Producer: Summer Productions
Broadcaster: The Learning Channel

"Nazi Gold: On the Trail of Hitler's Lost Treasure"
Producer: Story House Productions
Broadcaster: ZDF, Germany & The History Channel

"Good Cop. Bad Cop"
North of Two Productions
Director: Mark Cartier

"One Thousand Senses"
Wild Bunch Films
Director: Robert Henry