“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 is a composer and multi-instrumentalist whose music has been described as ‘brilliantly unnerving’, ‘poignant’ and ‘full of passion’. He is a member of BAFTA Crew and a Music and Sound Award nominee.
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 is a graduate of the Royal College of Music and has worked 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.