Sonar Music's Matteo Zingales on winning streak

Matteo Zingales.jpgSonar Music's Matteo Zingales has enjoyed a knock out year composing music for some of Australia's most successful films and television series and is now set to compose the soundtrack on new Bryan Brown feature 'Australia Day', produced by Foxtel.

The news comes off the back of Zingales wrapping up his time as composer on Showtime's brooding drama 'The Kettering Incident', created by Porchlight Films and featuring Australian breakout star Elizabeth Debicki. The series won a prestigious Special Jury Prize at Series Mania Festival in Paris and was a nominee for Television Original Miniseries at the AWGIE Awards.

Zingales has also recently completed composing original scores for US ABC prime time TV thriller 'Secrets And Lies', starring Ryan Phillippe and Juliette Lewis, earning him an ASCAP Screen Music Award, and also on 'Secrets And Lies Season 2' set to air in the U.S. this September.
Screen Shot 2016-08-26 at 3.32.55 pm.jpgOther recent feature films include '99 Homes' (starring Andrew Garfield and  Michael Shannon) and 'The Lost Aviator', along with 'The Hunter' and 'Not Suitable for Children'; both netting him the AACTA Award for Best Score for a 99-homes-quad.jpgFeature Film.

In addition to film, he had worked on the Australian campaign launch of Netflix and the infamous Tiger Beer campaign 'Charlie StuntMan' and has also composed soundtracks for TV series including 'Redfern Now', 'Better Man' and 'Devils Dust'.

"We are super proud of Matteo and his incredible work on many of our favourite TV series and feature films," says Sonar Music producer Sophie Haydon.

For more information Matteo Zingales on please contact Sonar Music producer Sophie Haydon on + 61 406 776 062 or

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