Lisa Bloom, Composer

Composer for film and television

Lisa Bloom creates music for film, television, ballet, musical theatre, and the concert hall. Born to a very musical family and raised in the San Francisco Bay area, Lisa began composing at eight years of age and studied piano throughout her childhood with the renowned Richard Gaw. At the University of California, Berkeley, she studied musical composition and economics, graduating with highest honors. Moving to Los Angeles, she continued her studies with famed motion picture/television composers Earle Hagen and David Raksin.

Lisa has composed a number of scores for film and television and has been much in demand as a film and television orchestrator for many years. Her credits include The New Lassie; Batman Animated; The Immortals; Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman; The Stupids; Memoirs of an Invisible Man; Special Effects (IMAX); Rescuers; and several ABC specials. Lisa's orchestrations have been performed by the London Symphony and the Prague Radio Symphony. Lisa has also written three musicals, a full-length original score for the renowned Malashock Dance Company, and a variety of orchestral and chamber music.