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Rory Chenoweth

Run (2020) – Feature Film (pre-production)

Tasting Beauty (2020) - Documentary Film

17 Minutes (2019) - Short Film

Cernunnos (20219) – Short Film – nominated for a 2019 APRA screen music award


Rory’s musical career started as guitarist in heavy metal bands, performing locally and touring around Australia, playing at many music festivals, including the infamous ‘Big Day Out’ festival.
After many years as a musical performer Rory decided to follow his passion for composition and enrolled himself at the Adelaide conservatory of music. After completing his undergrad he then moved to Sydney to study screen music at the world renowned Australian Film Television and Radio School, and has since collaborated and composed music for theatre performances, contemporary dance performances, short films and feature films, Network TV shows and TV commercials. He has also had concert works performed by the Menagerie Ensemble, the Lumina Vocal Ensemble, and regularly records his film scores with instrumentalists from the Sydney Symphony Orchestra. When he’s not composing music he’s playing lead guitar for Sydney rock band ‘White Bay’ and performing as a pianist in his solo project ‘June” with the Sonance ensemble.

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