Danny Gray is an internationally awarded composer creating vivid and memorable scores for film, television, and the concert hall. He has contributed music to over two hundred episodes of network, cable, and online television - including programs such as NBC Dateline, 20/20, and Good Morning America. His film scores have been heard at South by Southwest, FanTasia, the Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, and various other regional and international festivals. In 2013 he composed the score to the short comedy film Hell No, which became a viral internet sensation garnering over 5 million views in 5 days.
Outside of film scoring, Danny has enjoyed frequent collaborations with a wide variety of ensembles including The Theatre Project, Illuminations Dance Company and Virtual Arts TV. His choral work Under the Night Sky was recently awarded a world premiere by the Australian Boys Choir in commemoration of their 75th anniversary.
Most Notable Awards
|The Manhattan Choral Ensemble:"New Music for New York" Commission||2015|
|Australian Boys Choir Composition Competition||2014|
Danny graduated summa cum laude from the Purchase College Conservatory of Music (State University of New York) in 2008, and has studied film scoring at New York University and the University of Southern California. He is an active member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) and the Society of Composers and Lyricists (SCL).
|2014 & 2015||On the Case with Paula Zahn||Discovery Channel|
|2014 & 2015||I'd Kill for You||Discovery Channel|
|2014 & 2015||True Crime with Aphrodite Jones||Discovery Channel|
|2014||Mobster Kids||Feature Film|
|2013||Hell No||Short Film|
|2010||The Golden Tree||Short Film|
|-||Good Morning America||TV|
|-||Taboo (National Geographic)||TV|
|2009||Only Photographs||Original Ballet|
|2014||Under the Night Sky||Concert|