As a film composer, Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli (b.1969) was nominated for an Emmy Award for his first professional score, A Year to Remember on CBS News. His most recent films include Elipsis for 20th Century Fox Latin America; Beatbox Colombia for ARTE Television (France); and Raw, a dramatic short that premiered at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. His concert and theater works have been performed by the London-based Yorke Dance Project (Badderputtle), Germany’s Domfestspiele Verden (Terra Incognita) and the Los Angeles Percussion Collective (Prayer of the Heliotrope), among others. His most recent piece Gentrify for String Quartet received a 2005 “Subito” Award from the American Composers Forum. A native of California’s Monterey Peninsula, Christopher Anderson-Bazzoli earned a B.A. in Tuba Performance and an M.A. in Composition from the University of California at Los Angeles. His past teachers include David Raksin, Henry Mancini, and Jacob Druckman. He currently resides in Los Angeles.