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Brian Ralston (born April 12, 1974) is a composer and musician living in Los Angeles, CA. Ralston is a graduate of the University of Arizona and the USC Thornton School of Music Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program. Brian's latest film was the 20th Century Fox inspirational sports film Crooked Arrows, starring Brandon Routh, directed by Steve Rash. He has also composed music for the television series Angel (Season 4) and more recently completed the scores to the theatrical motion pictures 9/Tenths, directed by Bob Degus (Pleasantville) starring Gabrielle Anwar, Henry Ian Cusick and Dave Ortiz, the Magnolia Pictures teen heist movie Graduation directed by Mike Mayer and starring Adam Arkin, Shannon Lucio, Chris Marquette, Riley Smith and Chris Lowell, and the dramatic feature Don't Fade Away directed by Luke Kasdan, starring Beau Bridges, Mischa Barton and Ryan Kwanten.
Ralston was a producer and composer on a 2005 short comedy film entitled The Receipt starring Kristen Bell and Dina Meyer that has appeared in over 15 film festivals to date and won many awards including Best Comedy at the Los Angeles International Short Film Festival 2005, Best Short - Audience award at the Breckenridge Film Festival 2005 and the Gold Medal of Excellence for Ralston's score at the Park City Film Music Festival 2005.
Ralston also won an Aurora Award in 2005 for his score to The Receipt.
In the 2007 Park City Film Music Festival, Ralston won a Gold Medal for Best Use of Music in a Feature Film for his score to 9/Tenths.
Ralston plays the trumpet and piano, though trumpet is his primary instrument. He was a featured trumpet soloist in the 1998 Holiday Bowl halftime show.
Ralston also currently teaches the Electronic Composition for Film and Television class in the film scoring certificate program at UCLA Extension in Los Angeles, CA.
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November 5, 2013