Pierre o'Reilly composer




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by Pierre O'Reilly



Pierre O’Reilly’s path to a career in music has been far from straightforward. Having served as 3rd and 2nd Navigating Officer in the Merchant Navy for over 4 years, he decided to pursue his passion of music. A graduate of the Royal College of Music and CIT Cork School of Music, Pierre is a London-based composer and producer.  In 2013, he was the recipient of The Worshipful Company of Musicians’ Silver Medal.

An Irishman with french blood, his career to date has seen him collaborate with award-winning London studio MOTH, New York based HORNET, creative agency ACROSS THE POND, animation studio BUCK, Academy Award® nominated director Nicky Phelan and BAFTA nominated director Eamonn O’Neill.

He has received commissions from soloists such as multi-Classic BRIT award winner and Gramaphone Artist of Year 2013, Alison Balsom, to compose a new work for Trumpet and loop pedal.

Pierre's other interests lie in electronic music. His Franco Fire project with brother Marc O'Reilly and producer, Konstantine Pope has seen their music playlisted on BBC Radio 6Music. 

As Producer, his work includes the world premiere of Aliens Live (James Cameron's 1984 sci-fi motion picture with live orchestra) in 2016 and James Horner: A Life In Music in 2017, both taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall.

Pierre’s most recent work includes composing the music for 2 six-part Emmy-nominated (2019) New York Times series entitled 'Conception’.