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December 29, 1974 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
|Occupation(s)||composer, songwriter, conductor, music producer|
Shore was named Assistant Music Director and Contributing Composer / Arranger / Orchestrator for the 2015 Academy Awards, where he worked with artists Lady Gaga, John Legend, Adam Levine, Anna Kendrick, Common, Tim McGraw, Jack Black, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jennifer Hudson. Shore returned for the 2016 Academy Awards to work on the music for Lady Gaga's performance.
Shore has scored over 30 feature films including R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls (Emmy Award nomination, Outstanding Music Direction and Composition), The Shrine (Grammy Award nomination, Best Score), Prime (Universal) starring Meryl Streep, Harvard Man (Lions Gate), The Girl Next Door (Anchor Bay), Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery (Warner Bros), Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon (Warner Bros) Stan Helsing (Anchor Bay), Cabin Fever 2: Spring Fever (Lions Gate), and Numb (Sony). He also composed on-camera music for Fur, starring Nicole Kidman and Robert Downey, Jr., and was seen in the film performing his original music.
His television credits includes both score and songs for Disney’s animated series Penn Zero: Part Time Hero, songs for Sesame Street (PBS) , and music for P.O.V. (Emmy Award nomination) and The X Factor (FOX). He scored the video game Spy Hunter (Warner Bros), and he created many of the original full orchestral arrangements and orchestrations for Jackie Evancho’s Heavenly Christmas (Sony) album, which reached #1 on the US Billboard Classical Albums chart.
Shore's Broadway and theater credits include orchestrations and arrangements for Broadway concerts starring Tony Award winners Sutton Foster, Idina Menzel, Whoopi Goldberg, Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Heather Headley, and Faith Prince, as well as music directing the Los Angeles production of Heathers: The Musical, directed by Andy Fickman.
Shore plays saxophone and has performed with artists including John Williams, Matchbox Twenty, Barry Manilow, Johnny Mathis, Natalie Cole, Dave Koz, Arturo Sandoval, Gerry Mulligan, Ana Gasteyer, Mark Ballas, and Clark Terry.
|2016||Emmy Awards||Outstanding Music Direction and Composition||R.L. Stine's Monsterville: Cabinet of Souls||Nominated|
|2013||Emmy Awards||Outstanding Promotional Announcement||P.O.V.||Nominated|
|2012||Grammy Awards||Best Score Soundtrack||The Shrine||Nominated|
|Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon||Lakeshore Records|
|Spy Hunter||WaterTower Music|
|Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer: Special Surround Edition||MovieScore Media|
|Offspring||Ryan Shore Records|
|Rex Steele: Nazi Smasher and Other Short Film Scores by Ryan Shore||MovieScore Media|
|Numb/Kettle of Fish/Coney Island Baby||MovieScore Media|
|Confession||La-La Land Records|
|Jack Brooks: Monster Slayer||MovieScore Media|
|Rising Stars||Doberman Entertainment|
|The Girl Next Door||Film Music Downloads|
|Headspace||Film Music Downloads|
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