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Tai Schiavo is an award-winning composer best known for his synthesis of touching melodies, powerful textures, and imaginative harmonies, launching music into the future on the back of timeless tradition. 

Demonstrating his professional versatility, Schiavo has worked on a variety of projects from arranging for Delaney Renee, contestant on season 20 of American Idol [ABC] and West Chester University's Statesman Jazz Ensemble, to writing the score for several films premiered at festivals across the country.

Schiavo is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music with a degree in Film & Media Scoring, where he composed, orchestrated, prepared, and recorded his original scores with live musicians. Due to his naturally gifted ear and musicality, he graduated in only three years after being exempt from a year's worth of foundational music classes required for all students of the college.

Schiavo is also an avid jazz composer and was accepted into Berklee's highest-level jazz composition workshop as the first film scoring student ever accepted. He co-leads a 20-piece big band that plays his original music, and his works for big band earned him the "South Jersey Jazz Society Scholarship."

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