Luciano Storti is an Italian-born, Award-Winning Composer. He was awarded a Swiss State Scholarship, obtained Diplomas in Pianoforte Performance from the Konstanz Music Conservatory, Germany and went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude in Film scoring & Songwriting at the renowned Berklee College of Music, Boston. After relocating to LA, Luciano studied contemporary composition under Daniel Kessner and Liviu Marinescu at Cal State Northridge, obtaining a Master of Music in Modern Classical Composition.
He has scored numerous films, including the multi-award winning underwater TV series Water Colours and The City under the Sea, for National Geographic Television. He scored the documentaries Song of the Dunes, Not in God’s Name, and The Dark Hobby, and the feature film, Cold Cabin. Other media includes trailers for all books in the acclaimed, New York Times best-selling series, The School for Good and Evil, by author and Filmmaker Soman Chainani, as well as many contributions to the promotional campaigns of many films.