Gotta admit it...
...He LOVES his work.
Ivan Palomares is a Composer, Conductor and Orchestrator from Spain and a Conspirator of Good Things!
Graduated Summa Cum Laude from Madrid's National Conservatory, he has shifted his career toward music for Film, TV and Videogames, with projects for clients all around the world, working in several places such as the 20th Century Fox or Warner Bros. Studios in California, and his music has been aired in more than 130 countries through National Geographic and the Discovery Channel, for which he has received awards and nominations worldwide such as the 33rd Spanish "GOYA" Academy Award nomination, MundoBSO's 18th award for The Best Spanish Soundtrack of the year, The Harold Arlen Film and TV Award, or two 2018 IFMCA Nominations for Best Breakthrough Composer and Best Music in a Drama Film.
His most recent credits include the Emmy International nominated Series "Blind Dates", the Action Feature film "The Bunker" starring Game Of Thrones actor James Cosmo, the worldwide aired series "A World Apart", and "Pacific", the delicate french short "Le Vent des Regrets", starring Alain Depardieu or the Feature Film "Up Among the Stars,", produced by Cult Spanish Filmmaker Alex de la Iglesia.
As a Conductor, he has worked with several Orchestras and Ensembles in Europe and the United States, such as the renowned OSRTVE on its 50th anniversary, The Budapest Symphonic Orchestra, the Hollywood Session Orchestra or several other local and international ensembles and, besides Concert Repertoire, he is often called for Conducting Sessions both in Spain and abroad with clients such as King (Bubble Witch Saga 3) Isthar Films (The Chess Player) or for Artists such as the acclaimed Spanish legend Raphael and Legendary 15 Grammy award Rafa Sardina
He has also been invited as a lecturer in International Conferences and Workshops (SAE Institute, MUCA, SGAE Foundation, Eutherpe Congress, etc) and has participated in several seminars and workshops worldwide (Berlinale Talent Campus, Hummie Mann and Ascap-Richard Bellis Film Scoring Workshops, or, recently, at the International Sound and Film Music Festival in a panel shared with internationally acclaimed composers Stephen Warbeck and Rupert Gregson-Williams