Born Daniel Jimenez, Rozen is a G.A.N.G. award-winning composer and arranger currently based in Los Angeles, California. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, he excels at writing music for media, including film, television, and video games.
Rozen’s music favors a dramatic style that incorporates both choral and orchestral ensembles, though he writes and arranges for a variety of instrumentations. He has worked extensively with several choirs, including the Video Game Music Choir and the Audire Soundtrack Choir, the latter of which he founded in 2012.
Rozen served as an Assistant Director for the ambitious fan-arranged album Harmony of Heroes. The album featured musicians from around the world collaborating in celebration of Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros.™ franchise.
His recent work includes an extensive repertoire of video game arrangements from franchises such as The Legend of Zelda, Hearthstone, Metroid, Kingdom Hearts, and more. His orchestrations and arrangements have been commissioned by the L’Orchestre de Jeux Video, in Canada, the Angel City Chorale in Los Angeles, and the Folklore Guild in San Diego, CA.
Rozen was nominated for his first G.A.N.G. award for Best Game Music Cover/Remix in 2016, for his cover single of “Vault 111” from Fallout 4, and his track “Liberi Fatali: Fated Children” won a G.A.N.G. award for Best Game Music Cover/Remix in 2017.
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