Aldo Shllaku is an award winning classically-trained film and TV composer. He holds a degree in music composition from Université de Montréal, during which time he was part of an international selection of composers for the New Music Sessions, in collaboration with Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne. Once in Los Angeles, Shllaku completed the prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television graduate program at the University of Southern California (USC), where he was awarded the program's highest honor, the Harry Warren Award.
Aldo Shllaku has composed music for many feature films, documentaries, and TV programs. His music can be heard in films such as, "Lupin III," "Paranormal Asylum," "The Blue Hour" and "On a Dark and Stormy Night." Shllaku's music scores have received the Gold Medal for Excellence at the Park City Film Music Festival for "Pirate for the Sea," "Still Water," "Trespassing," "A Kiss on the Nose" and "Paperboat."
Shllaku's creations are an amalgam of the traditional and modern, an eclectic musical vocabulary presented through orchestral artistry and the latest in music technology, resulting in music scores that have been described as evocative, sophisticated, poignant and ultimately satisfying.
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Park City Film Music Festival • Won, Gold Medal for Excellence Best Impact of Music in a Documentary Film for Pirate for the Sea
Park City Film Music Festival • Won, Gold Medal for Excellence Best Impact of Music in a Short Film for Still Water
Park City Film Music Festival • Won, Gold Medal for Excellence Best Impact in a Short Film for A Kiss On The Nose
Park City Film Music Festival • Won, Gold Medal for Excellence Best Impact of Music in a Short Film for Paperboat
Park City Film Music Festival • Won, Gold Medal for Excellence Documentary: Director's Choice - Artistic Excellence for Trespassing
Université de Montréal