Reuel Meditz

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Reuel Meditz
Born 1988
Genres Classical
Occupations Composer, pianist
Instruments Piano
Years active 2008–present
Website www.reuelmusic.com

Reuel Meditz is a classical pianist. He has played in venues such as[vague] Carnegie Hall.[1] He has also provided music for film.

Music in film[edit]

  • Sketch: Collections of a Madman (Vintage Club Stories 2011) – Lead Composer
  • Ije The Journey (Xandria Productions Nollywood 2010) – Lead Composer
  • Legend of Hells Gate (Flatiron Pictures, 2010) – Assistant Composer
  • Lonesome Town (Parker Creek Productions, 2008) – Lead Composer
  • Crosshairs (Ferro Studios, 2007) – Lead Composer
  • Playtime (Independent short film, 2009) – Composing
  • My South My Soul Documentary (Stephen Friend Productions, 2007) – Composer[2]

Awards[edit]

Meditz has won several awards for his music including:

  • Solo Performer – GRAMMY Foundation & Hilton Harmony Tour 2006[3]
  • 1st Place Winner – Bradshaw & Buono International Piano Competition (Carnegie Hall)
  • 1st Place Winner – DeBose International Piano Competition 2006[4]
  • 1st Place Winner – United States Open Music Competition 2006
  • 1st Place Duo and Duet Winner – United States Open Music Competition 2007
  • 1st Place National – American College of Musicians 2005–07
  • 1st Place Solo Award – United States Open Music Competition 2007[5]
  • 1st Place Winner – Kilgore College Bach Piano Festival 2006
  • Keyboardist & Composer – Intersteller Transmissions (Rock Band) 2007–09

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