About Nicolas

Nicolas is an award-winning composer based out of Los Angeles, CA.  He was born in Tandil, Argentina, a few hundred kilometers south of Buenos Aires, the tango capital of the world.  His parents introduced him to the wonders of tango music and Argentine folkloric music at an early age.  This musical upbringing provided a strong foundation for Nicolas’ unique style and voice.

On television, Nicolas’s music can be heard on the on the hit TLC-show, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, Amas de Casas Deseperadas (Desperate Housewives on Spanish television), and on countless TV advertisements, and jingles.

His film credits include the award-winning films Can’t, For Family’s Sake, and Ode In Blood (which was nominated for an Hollywood Music in Media Award and won a Global Music Award).

Equally comfortable in the concert music world, Nicolas has written music for the South Florida Youth Symphony, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, and orchestrations/arrangements for the Alhambra Orchestra in Coconut Grove.  His chamber music works have been performed in and around Florida and California.

Most recently, Nicolas has several commissions to be premiered in late 2014/2015 in various music conventions across the United States.

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Credits

FEATURE FILMS

  • REACH ME (orchestration, score prep)

SHORT FILMS

  • 818, Directed by Dylanger Bates
  • FOR FAMILY’S SAKE, Directed by Sam Shaib
  • ODE IN BLOOD, Directed by Rea Rangaka
  • IMAGINATION THIEF, Directed by the Jemely Twins
  • AYDEN AND THE STORK, directed by Chad Engle (additional music/orchestrations)
  • ALMSGIVER, Directed by Sam Shaib
  • CAN’TDirected by Sam Shaib
  • FRACTURE, Directed by Greg Nicolayeff
  • PRO LIFEDirected by Sam Shaib
  • SILVERTONGUE SCREENWRITERSDirected by Yale Yang

TELEVISION

  • Univision, AMAS DE CASA DESESPERADASSeason 1, Episode 1, 2, and 4 (additional music)
  • TLC, HERE COMES HONEY BOOSeason 4, Episode 14 (additional music)

WEB SERIES

  • ONE WARM NIGHT, Season 1, Episode 4, Directed by Steven G. Lowe
  • ONE WARM NIGHT, Season 1, Episode 5, Directed by Steven G. Lowe

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