Pietro Milanesi is an Italian composer based in Los Angeles.
During his career he had the honor of working with artists and composers such as Cèline Dion, Ennio Morricone, Nicola Piovani, East 17 and Tony Momrelle among others.
Since an early age his family introduced him to a variety of music, from Mozart to Led Zeppelin.
After spending his formative years practicing different instruments and playing in all sort of bands and ensembles, Pietro discovered his talent for working behind the scenes, writing music, and experimenting with sound. It was at that time his interest in music technology began to flourish.
Pietro began studying music production at Saluzzo’s AMP, which later led to an internship at the historical Larione 10 in Florence.
Soon after, he moved to Rome to work at Forum Music Village, home to many famous Italian film composers, and one of the biggest recording studios in the country. During his time in Rome he worked as assistant for a number of different film composers, including Paolo Buonvino and Emanuele Bossi.
He gained a keen interest in composing and scoring for motion picture, television, and other media. Following his passion, Pietro auditioned for Berklee College of Music and was accepted with a scholarship.
Pietro resides in Los Angeles, where he furthers his passion for music at the heart of the music industry. His music can be heard on the 2018 Oscar winner documentary "Icarus" and on Bryan Fogel's follow up "The Dissident", which recently premiered at Sundance Film Festival; he wrote music for the
Soccer World Cup Fox show Phenoms, the horror movie Cut and Chop and the upcoming comedy tv show Park Bench. Pietro also composes music for commercials. He has worked on campaigns for Adidas, Uniqlo, Nissan, Regal Cinemas, Coca Cola and Nikon cameras among others.
His music can be heard in all the major TV network (ABC, NBC, Fox, CNN, Nat Geo, MTV, E!, etc).