In theatres, march 2nd
Michele Braga is a multi award winning composer based in Rome (Italy), where he was born in 1977. Since early childhood, he was an avid listener of any musical genre without prejudice: from hard rock to Chopin’s preludes, from 80s pop music to Italian songwriters, and everything in between.
Braga started as a self-taught musician, and later perfected his skills studying composition and orchestration under M° Alessandro Cusatelli.
Much of Michele Braga’s musical corpus consists of scores for movies and TV series. His first foray in the world of movie soundtracks is the 2007 film “Come tu mi vuoi” by Volfango de Biasi. With the 2006 short film “Basette“, Braga started his collaboration with Gabriele Mainetti, which continues to this day. It is indeed still with Gabriele Mainetti that Braga had the chance of scoring the music for “Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot”, a 2015 Italian superhero-themed full feature. As a result of his work on this movie, Michele Braga received the 2016 “Ciak d’oro” award for best soundtrack and was nominated for the 2016 “Nastri d’argento” and “David di Donatello” awards.