|Birth Name||Pierre André Lowenstein|
Mini Bio (1)
Native from Paris (France), Pierre André first encountered film music at an early age and, since then, has shown tremendous passion for the medium. Later studying Jazz Composition & Piano at the American School of Music (Paris) before transferring to Berklee College of Music (Boston), Pierre André completed his Bachelor's Degree in Film Scoring with a re-score of Ron Fricke's 70MM epic "Baraka"
Among his credits, Pierre André orchestrated various cues on 20th Century Fox Worldwide box-office hit "X2: X-Men United" for editor / composer John Ottman (including no less than the final scene of the film), scored the vastly different Belgium short movies "Verboden Te" and "Good Riddance" for director Francis Moors and, more recently, "Bushido" for director Hiroshi Komuro, "The Last Days of Toussaint l'Ouverture" for director Derick Alexander and "The Road" for director Aaron Kemp. Pierre André also contributed music cues to "The Fourth Horseman" for director Joe Dietsch.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Itzhak Lowenstein