ELLIOT SOKOLOV is a composer, producer, and sound designer whose music spans the worlds of film and television scoring, electronica, dance, theater, rock, pop, EDM, concert music, and advertising. He has scored documentary films including "The Restless Conscience" which was nominated for an Academy Award, and "Kings Park: Stories From An American Mental Institution." His feature film work includes "Broadway Damage," "Roughneck" and "Comeback." Elliot's music for tv includes "Good Old Boy" "The River Pirates" "Nova" "Nature" "P.O.V." "National Geographic Explorer" "Intimate Portrait" and "Sesame Street." As half of the duo Air Force 1, he co-wrote and produced "See the Light Feel the Heat" on Streetwise Records, a club favorite and alternative radio hit to this day. Elliot has received a Composer Fellowship from the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts and other grants and awards. He has a Masters degree in music composition from Columbia University.
ELLIOT SOKOLOV is an eclectic composer, producer, sound designer whose music spans the worlds of film and television scoring, dance and theater, concert music, electronica, and rock and pop.
Elliot recently composed the music for the short film "Michael Joseph Jason John" which is available on Amazon;
his dance opera "Icarus Rising," was produced at Raritan College in NJ. He scored the compelling documentary film "Kings Park: Stories from an American Mental Institution," which has screened at film festivals and mental health conferences throughout the USA and Europe. His work also includes a new score for a re-staging of "Powers Of Ten," a dance work which was performed in the Peak Performances series at Montclair State University, New Jersey. Elliot co-wrote and co-produced the hit record "See the Light Feel the Heat" on Streetwise Records, a college/alternative radio and club favorite for years after it's release.
He has also composed scores for the indie feature film "Broadway Damage" and television shows including Nature, Nova, National Geographic, and Sesame Street.
Elliot Sokolov has received a Composer Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, a fellowship from the New York Foundation for the Arts, several grants from Meet the Composer, and numerous commissions and performances. He holds a Masters degree in music composition from Columbia University. His piece "Pipedreams" for Organ and Alto Saxophone was commissioned and recorded by the late NY Philharmonic organist Leonard Raver and has been widely performed.