concert pianist turned film and video game composer
Alec Sievern builds upon his impressive resume of performances across the country, including a solo performance at Carnegie Hall, to focus more recently on classically influenced scores for films (Waiting) and video games (Little Hawk), while experimenting in the periphery with blending classical influence into modern musical techniques.
Recently graduated from the University of Notre Dame in Mathematics, Sievern now resides in Los Angeles, where he attended USC's 2018-2019 Screen Scoring graduate program. Here, he was awarded the Betty Rose Award & Scholarship, awarded to an “outstanding, promising composer participating in The ASCAP Foundation Composer-in-Residence Program at the University of Southern California”. Sievern now assists composer Anthony Willis (How To Train Your Dragon, Wreck-it-Ralph, Solo: A Star Wars Story).
Influenced equally by artists such as Debussy, Jeremy Soule, and Thomas Newman, Sievern’s orchestrations blend centuries of influence to create a unique and beautiful musical palate that attempts to discover previously unexplored ideas.
You can find Sievern’s most recent Rescores and Original Projects below
Little Hawk (Video Game)
An action-packed 2D platformer that immerses the player in an epic adventure across an enchanted forest.
Waiting (Short Film)
An elderly flower shop owner stays up for the night, waiting on his estranged son to come home.
Other Original Cues
500 Days of Summer