What have you composed for? Or what medium do you work around?
film, television, Songs, Other
What is your favorite genre or style of music?
Theme, classical, New Age, Pop, Goth, Experimental, Easy Listening
Is music your main income source?
No - Not Yet
Where do you live?
Woodland Hills, CA
About Me (MUST be more than 10 words to be approved):
Delphine arrived in America from France already a skilled and talented songwriter, piano player and keyboardist. Since first locating in Hollywood, she has made great strides in developing and expanding her skills, thanks to personal manager/producer and now actor, Bud Mathis. Mathis with his many years of experience in showbusiness helped Delphine grow and morph into the composer that she is today.
Delphine's first love was instrumental and mood music, when given the opportunity she directed her talent toward composing music for movies. Delphine is now an accomplished composer and producer. Having the good fortune to meet Guy Roche, producer of many hit artists, she was able to work on projects for renown acts and talented songwriters like Diane Warren.
Her very first movie Last Ride ran on Showtime Extreme for a few months and got great reviews. Delphine went on and scored films like The Switch starring Robert Wagner, directed by Damian Chapa who also directed El Padrino and the new Polanski among other films. Delphine's music and voice were also used in many other different films and records including The Les Brown Show, Selena's Dreaming of You and Marc Antoine's Madrid.
Today she can be heard on KCRW Morning Becomes Eclectic with her pop/ambiant instrumental composition Painted Illusions. Delphine is now working on her new album EXIT ME YOU in her Los Angeles studio.
Delphine, I have only composed one piece that has electronica involved (The Red Queen) and thru that I learned how difficullt it can be. These are put together well and were fun to listen to. Well done. Ron
Metropolis Earth is awesome....very different retro-style...I like the euro groove mixed with the motown (70's disco) style winds and bass. Very well crafted and mixed...
BTW- thanks for your comment...I wrote the Waltz for my beautiful daughter