Film score composer, musician.
Emilio Kauderer is an Argentine musician, and score composer who has worked extensively in the Cinema of Argentina Latin Music.
1 Early life,
4 Video game work,
6 External links,
Kauderer was born in Argentina. He studied composition with Jacobo Ficher and conducting with Jaques Bodmer. He performed as a classical pianist and then engaged in rigorous composition and conducting training at the Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory on a full merit scholarship.
Upon his return to Argentina his chamber compositions were performed by the Camerata Bariloche. Emilio's Wind Quintet "Danzón" won the Yamaha-Promusica Award in 1987. He began work in the Cinema of Argentina in 1980, composing for the film La Discoteca del amor, which was directed by Adolfo Aristarain. He received a fellowship to The Sundance Institute's Composer's Lab and was honored by having been selected as the composer of the music for New York's Jewish Heritage Museum main exhibit piece. His musical, "Paquito's Christmas," was performed at the Washington Opera and the Pasadena Civic Center in Los Angeles, and featured Plácido Domingo's grandson, Dominic. Kauderer's symphonic work has been performed by the National Symphonic Orchestras in Argentina and Honduras, the La Porte Symphony Orchestra and the Pan American Symphony Orchestra in Washington.
Emilio Kauderer recently composed the score for the 3D animated project produced by Juan Campanella and Gaston Gorali, Metegol; Corazon de Leon directed by Marcos Carnevale; Amapola directed by Eugenio Zanetti and Esclavo de Dios directed by Joel Novoa. Currently working on Inocentes written and directed by Mauricio Brunelli. He also composed the music for Campanella's "Same Love, Same Rain" (Warner), nominated for a Premio Sur for Best Soundtrack in Argentina and several TV series, including Campanella's "Vientos de Agua," a critically acclaimed mini-series that won Argentina's 2007 Premio Clarin Award and the 2008 Martin Fierro award for Best Soundtrack and TELEFE's hit series El Hombre de tu Vida.Emilio Kauderer composed the score for Argentinian director Juan Campanella's Oscar winning film, "The Secret in Their Eyes" (Best Foreign Film 2010) in collaboration with argentinian-Spanish composer Federico Jusid and Sebastian Kauderer. The score won Best Soundtrack, Premio Clarin 2009 (Argentina), Premio Sur 2009 (Argentina), and was nominated for Best Soundtrack at the Goya Awards 2010 (Spain) and Condor de Plata Awards 2010 (Argentina). Currently collaborating with composer Alejandro Kauderer in the FOX series Exposos and Cumbia Ninja.
Emilio composed the music for "Belgrano" directed by Sebastian Pivoto and produced by Campanella and the score of Disney's Latin versions of the box office hit, "High School Musical" in collaboration with Alejandro Kauderer and Sebastian Kauderer.
With director Adolfo Aristarain, Emilio collaborated writing the music score and conducting for "A Place in the World" nominated for Best Foreign Film (Oscars 1992), "Time for Revenge", "Ultimos DIas de la Victima" and "La Discoteca del Amor".
Other music film scores include "Conversations with God," directed by Stephen Simon, "Culture Clash in AmeriCCa" directed by Emilio Estevez and "Friends & Lovers," directed by George Hass, starring Robert Downey Jr. and Stephen Baldwin.
Kauderer collaborated with Stewart Copeland on the theme and music for the Emmy-nominated score for the Showtime series, "Dead Like Me."
Emilio participated with his song Maroma, in the Latin Grammy winning album Bajofondo Tango Club' , produced by Gustavo Santaolalla and Juan Campodonico.
Kauderer composed the music for the 60th anniversary of the Holiday on Ice show Diamonds which was warmly received by European audiences for four years. Emilio collaborated with Michael Kamen for the opening of the Winter Olympics, wrote the AT&T song for Jon Secada's performance at the Olympic Games in Seoul and wrote the music for Ricky Martin's videos for the "Livin' la Vida Loca" tour in collaboration with KC Porter.
In June 2006 Kauderer was granted recognition by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Los Angeles for his contribution to Latin and film music. This was in conjunction with the screening of the 1982 film, Últimos días de la víctima, for which he composed the score. The program was presented by the Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles at the Anson Ford Amphitheater.
Emilio was honored by an invitation by the President of Argentina, to conduct his film music with the National Symphony Orchestra at the closing of the Bicentennial of Argentina's Independence. The event took place in front of 1,5 million people.
Emilio composed the music for the Oscar winning film, "The Secret in their Eyes" (Best Foreign Film 2010) in collaboration with composer Federico Jusid. The score won the Clarin Award for Best Soundtrack 2009 (Argentina), Premio Sur for Best Soundtrack 2009 (Argentina), Condor de Plata Award 2010 for Best Soundtrack(Argentina), Festival Internacional del Nuevo Cine Latinoamericano Award 2009 for Best Soundtrack, and was nominated for best soundtrack at the Goya Awards 2010 (Spain). The soundtrack was recently released by Milan Records.
The movie "Belgrano" directed by Sebastian Pivoto and produced by Jan Campanella was shown in front of 20,000 people at the Monumento a la Bandera en Rosario, a record of audience in the history of an Argentina's film release.
With "Vientos de Agua" the TV series produced and directed by Juan Campanella, Emilio won the Martin Fierro for Best Soundtrack 2008 and the Clarin Award for Best Soundtrack 2007.
With "A Place in the World" nominated for the Oscar as Best Foreign Film, Emilio received the Sur Award and Clarin Award for Best Soundtrack.
Emilio was honored by the Sundance Institute with a fellowship to the Composer's Lab (2001), and selected to compose the music for New York's Museum of Tolerance main exhibit piece as well as the computer programming of the Opening Music for the Winter Olympics 2002 composed by Michael Kamen.
Emilio still receives accolades for his Latino musical "Paquito's Christmas," which appeared at the Washington Opera and the Pasadena Civic Center in Los Angeles, featuring Plácido Domingo's grandson, Dominic. "Paquito" was featured for the ninth year at the Pasadena Civic Center for the 2002 holiday season.
Emilio was a winner of a Latin Grammy for his contribution to "Bajo Fondo Tango Club," produced by Gustavo Santaolalla and Juan Campodonico.
Showtime's "Dead Like Me" series was nominated for the Emmy's 2004 for Best Score, composed in collaboration with Stewart Copeland.
Video game work:
Emilio Kauderer collaborated recently with Stewart Copeland in composing a song for the upcoming "Stomp" album and the soundtrack for the Spyro series of games on Sony's PlayStation 2.
Corazon de Leon (2013) - Composer,
Amapola (2013) - Composer,
Metegol (2013) - Composer,
Esclavo de Dios (2012) - Composer,
Border Run (2013) - Composer with Sebastian Kauderer,
El Hombre de tu Vida (2011) - Composer with Alejandro Kauderer,
Love Equation (2010) - Composer,
El secreto de sus ojos (2009) - Co-composer with Federico Jusid,
Verano amargo (2007) (in production),
Vientos de agua (13 episodes, 2006),
Adios momo (2006),
Dead Like Me (7 episodes, 2003-2004),
"Te amaré en silencio" (2003) TV Series,
Patriotas, Los (2002),
Quantum Project (2000),
El Mismo Amor, la Misma Lluvia (1999),
Friends & Lovers (1999),
Erasable You (1998),
Asesinato a distancia (1998),
Women: Stories of Passion (2 episodes, 1997),
"Hot Line" (1 episode, 1994),
Tirano Banderas (1993),
The Ice Runner (1993),
Midnight Kiss (1993),
Al filo de la ley (1992),
Un lugar en el mundo (1992),
Gypsy Eyes (1992),
Julia Has Two Lovers (1991),
Crack Me Up (1991),
15 Ugly Sisters (1990),
Fist Fighter (1989),
Slash Dance (1989),
They Call Me Macho Woman! (1989),
In Dangerous Company (1988),
Abierto de 18 a 24 (1988),
Made in Argentina (1987),
En busca del brillante perdido (1986),
Bajo tierra (1985),
Los Fierecillos indomables (1982),
Plata dulce (1982),
Últimos días de la víctima (1982),
Tiempo de revancha (1981),
Las Vacaciones del amor (1981),
La Discoteca del amor (1980)