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A native of Oceanside, California, who hails from a family of filmmakers, William T. Stromberg balances his career as a composer of strikingly vivid film scores with that of a busy conductor in Marco Polo's Classic Film Score Series. Besides conducting his own scores - including his recent music for the thriller, Other Voices (2000), the monster film, Bugs (2003), and the documentary, Trinity and Beyond: The Atomic Bomb Movie (1995)

  • Stromberg serves as a conductor for other film composers. He is
especially noted for his passion in reconstructing and conducting film scores from Hollywood's Golden Age, including several works recorded for RCA with the Brandenburg Philharmonic. For Marco Polo, he has conducted albums of music devoted to Max Steiner, Erich Wolfgang Korngold, Alfred Newman, Philip Sainton, Adolph Deutsch, Hans J. Salter, Victor Young and Malcolm Arnold. He has also conducted several much-praised albums devoted to concert works by American composers, including two albums of music by Ferde Grofé Sr..

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Spouse (1)

Anna Bonn (? - present)

Trivia (2)

Son of filmmaker William R. Stromberg and brother of visual effects artist Robert Stromberg.
He has two sons, Wesley Stromberg and Keaton Stromberg, who are part of the band, Emblem3, which competed on The X Factor (2011) USA 2012.

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