“elegantly scored by Chris Roe” (The Guardian)
“a more beautiful approach than I could ever have imagined” (Review Graveyard)
“Chris Roe provides a stirring score, aptly dramatic and moving when required” (Upcoming)
“Take a bow, composer Chris Roe” (Cine Outsider)
Chris’ music has been described as ‘brilliantly unnerving’, ‘poignant’ and ‘full of passion’. He is a member of BAFTA Crew, Music and Sound Award nominee 2018 &2019 and a graduate of the Royal College of Music.
Recent projects include features Armstrong (featuring Harrison Ford), Spitfire (worldwide cinema release), and Children of the Snow Land (Curzon cinemas UK-wide) as well as TV projects including a 4-part crime series Unknown Male No.1 (Sky Atlantic) and Revolution In Ruins (BBC2).
Classically trained as a pianist and string player, Chris mixes an orchestral/piano-based palette with a web of electronic and instrumental textures, working tirelessly to build a distinctive sound for each project.
Chris loves working with orchestras, and has been lucky enough to conduct and record with players from the RPO, The English Session Orchestra. In 2013 he founded ANIMA, an 8-piece ensemble dedicated to performing live music with short films.