Omri Lahav is a multi-talented composer and songwriter, whose music strengthens many projects across film, television and interactive media.
Over the course of his +18 year long career, Lahav has compiled a robust and diverse portfolio of award winning soundtracks.
Born in Israel, 1985, his musical education began at age 3, and in 2014 he completed his studies at Berklee College of Music.
In 2008, Lahav was commissioned to compose "Ray of Hope", an original song written by then-president of Israel and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Mr. Shimon Peres.
The song has since been released in 4 languages, on 3 albums worldwide.
In 2013, he had the honor of orchestrating the last poem written by Israel's foremost poet, the late Mr. Ehud Manor.
He then performed the song with The Israeli Chamber Orchestra at Tel-Aviv's prestigious Culture Palace (pictured below).
In 2014 he composed the score for Intel's "Warrior Wave", a featured RealSense 3D launch title.
Later that year he completed his certificate studies at Berklee College of Music Online, with a 4.0 GPA.
In 2015 he created original music for "Ron", an Israeli Television Academy Award nominated series, and Adventure Mob's video game "Bolt Riley", winner of the Best Game Audio award, CasualConnect, Tel-Aviv.
In 2016, Lahav released his debut solo album, Dust, and promptly afterward -
moved to Los-Angeles, California!
In 2017 he was one of only four composers admitted to The Society of Composers and Lyricists' renowned Mentor Program.
He scored the short western comedy "Clam Chowder", which garnered him a Best Original Music nomination at The Wild Bunch Film Festival, AZ.
Lahav also returned to score the second season of "Ron", which was nominated for five Israeli Television Academy Awards, including Best Comedy Series.
In 2018, his original soundtrack for award-winning video game, "0 A.D." has been released by The Materia Collective, a renowned video game music label. The album features a song performed by Ms. Elizabeth Zharoff of The Los-Angeles Opera, and is distributed on Spotify, iTunes, Google Play, Amazon, Bandcamp and Deezer.
In the same year, he has created the soundtrack for Todd L. Green's film "Avalanche", winner of the Best Comedic Drama Feature award at the Manhattan Film Festival.
"Mr Lahav's portfolio speaks for itself.
I have been consistently impressed
by his sensitive, mature and proficient approach."
— Sharon Farber
Four time Emmy nominated composer