EDDIE RAJ  |  COMPOSER

Film Reel

Recent projects

Classical and other works

Cycles

Performed by the Radcliffe Choral Society conducted by Maragaret Weckworth with pianist Justin Blackwell

"The Fortunates"

Harvard's Freshman Musical, co-composed, arranged, orchestrated, and produced by me!

Violin Sonatina No. 1

Performed by Ken Hamao, Violinist for the Parker Quartet, and Anna Yu Wang on Piano

Softwares

 
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ABOUT ME

Hey! I'm a composer with a focus in film and television. I am a huge fan of movies and shows and absolutely love the process of helping to create them. This is an obsession that began as early as I can remember, and sees no signs of stopping. But I think that's why we write music, to never lose that inner child that's within all of us. 

    I'm currently studying at Harvard University and have been engaging in projects from film and TV to pop songs with students both at Harvard and in the greater Boston area such as Berklee. I primarily work on Pro Tools and Cubase.

         Growing up in Dallas, Texas, I was primarily a choral singer, achieving TPSMEA all-region (2016-2020) and TPSMEA all-state (2018-2020). I attended Cleveland Institute of Music and Boston Conservatory's selective composition camps during summers. At college, I've co-composed, arranged/orchestrated, and produced (mixed/mastered) the album "The Fortunates" on Spotify for the First Year Musical at Harvard. I've also studied choral writing under Professor Dr. Robert Kyr, one of the foremost choral pedagogues in the world, and I produced "Cycles" (2021) for treble choir and "Grey Skies" (upcoming) for full choir.

 I've also been completing student projects, short scenes, and competing in Spitfire Audio, Cutuve, Berlin International Film Scoring Competition, and other film scoring competitions.

If you can't tell, I'm obsessed with this stuff, so please reach out!

eddierajmusic@gmail.com

LLi

 
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CONTACT

EMAIL

eddierajmusic@gmail.com

For all inquiries.

Thanks for reaching out!