Erik Lundborg

Erik Lundborg found music and started composing at a young age, and at 15 performed his first piano concerto. His Hollywood work includes orchestration for  The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Golden Compass, Spider-Man 3,  Matrix Revolutions, The Matrix Reloaded, among others. He orchestrated a new version of NBC’s Days of Our Lives for a special and orchestrated the TV news logo for Aktuellt on Sweden’s TV 1. Lundborg also worked in the game industry and composed music for the videogame Enter The Matrix. Lundborg won fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, Meet The Composer/New Residencies, the MacDowell Colony as well as three National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships. He’s also received a Warner Bros./Nonesuch Commission, and a recording grant from the Martha Baird Rockefeller Fund for Music. Lundborg has taught composition and theory at the Manhattan School of Music and taught composition in 2014 Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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