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                                                  Mark Gasbarro



Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,  Mark Gasbarro now lives and works in Los Angeles.

Mark’s work as pianist, composer/arranger/orchestrator and producer has taken him around the world, though his home base has been his work in Hollywood. His work may be heard on hundreds of productions from blockbuster feature films and  television series through album projects, awards shows and more.
Among these many are: Star Trek Beyond, Jurassic World, Disney/Pixar’s Zootopia, Tomorrowland, Pixar’s Inside Out, Up, Ratatouille, Cars 2, The Incredibles, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, Mission Impossible III, the Academy Awards,  Star Trek Into Darkness, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, TV series Lost, Revenge, Big Love, What About Brian, Ghost Whisperer, Friday Night Lights, Heroes, Castle, among many others.

His live concert work ranges from opera through musical theater to jazz and pop.

He is also an adjunct professor of both piano and composition at Azusa Pacific University.
Equally comfortable among varying styles of music, Mark moves smoothly through jazz, pop, film, classical and world music.


As a composer his work has supported dozens of shows seen on the Fox Network, ABC, PBS, A&E, HBO, the History Channel and the Discovery Channel.


Some of Mark’s recent work as orchestrator may be heard in Inside Out, Jurassic World, John Carter, Land of the Lost, Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, Mission Impossible III, Robert Altman's film The Company and scores to video game projects including Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, (winner BAFTA Award -Best Interactive Score) Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Call of Duty, several of the Medal of Honor titles, , many others.


He has also served as arranger/producer/pianist and conductor on over 70 CD & video productions for Integrity Media, Inc., Brentwood Records, Columbia Records Japan, Monarch Records, Tidal Wave, and his own new production company Gasbarro Music Group.


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