Award-winning New York film composer Albert Behar has composed original music for PBS, Showtime, ESPN, MSNBC, and VICE. One short film Behar scored, “Love in the Time of March Madness” was shortlisted for the 2016 Oscars in the animated short category. His soundtracks have been featured at international film festivals in New York, Los Angeles, Abu Dhabi, Calgary, Berlin, Bristol, Sydney, and more. Commercial clients include Google, Lincoln Motors, eHarmony, Kirin, and Patagonia. Albert loves collaborating with directors to tell their story through music. He is currently available for new film and television projects.
To learn more about Albert’s film work, visit Custom Film Music.
A selection of documentary film scores including ‘Light of the Valley’ (Dir. Pema Gellek. PBS), ‘No Look Pass’ (Dir. Melissa Johnson. Showtime), Brittney Griner: Lifesize (Dir. Melissa Johnson, ESPN), and ‘As You Pass By’ (Dir. Amanda Katz & Anthony Svatek, DOC NYC). Music composition moods range from inspirational, upbeat, driving electronic, and warm nostalgia.
A selection of narrative film scores including ‘Love in the Time of March Madness’ (Dir. Melissa Johnson) winner of Tribeca Film Festival and Abu Dhabi Film Festival and ‘Lady of the Ruins’ (Dir. Matt Nava) creator of Flower and Journey. These soundtracks feature accordion, sound collages, and Balinese monkey chant.
A selection of commercial music including ‘Kirin Beer: The Sushi Chef,’ ‘eHarmony Wedding Remix,’ and ‘Disney Nature: Wings of Life’ (Alternate Trailer), ‘Lincoln Motors’ and ‘Google / Patagonia: Freedom to Roam.’ These original soundtracks feature live strings, orchestra, tribal drums, and marimba.