Fabian Del Priore biography
Fabian Del Priore is an established composer, arranger and sound designer for professional video- and computer games and multimedia productions.
His portfolio includes some of the biggest titles available in Germany and Europe, computer games like Extreme Assault by Bluebyte, the award-winning Cultures Game Series including Cultures 2 - The Gates of Asgard and Northland, Inspector Gadget by Ubisoft, Menateus, the official game for the EXPO 2000 World Exhibition, Cold Zero - No Mercy JoWooD Productions, Hotel Giant or Chicago 1930 by Spellbound, to name a few.
Furthermore, he is the main composer, co-founder and project director of Merregnon, an internationally renowned fantasy soundtrack project.
He also works together with the renowned FILMharmonic Orchestra and Choir to offer a full range symphonic orchestra recording, A couple of his compositions have been played and performed at the opening concerts of the Games Convention 2003, 2004 and 2005 in the famous Gewandhaus in Leipzig, Germany. The GC 2003 concert was the first symphonic game music concert in the world outside of Japan.
In Janurary 2006, four school concerts, titled Helden unserer Phantasie (Heroes of our Imagination), featuring video game music were held in Germany, performed by the Neue Elbland Philharmonie Orchestra. The Merregnon Soundtrack - Volume 2 - Suite (as performed at the GC Games Convention Concert 2003) with music composed by Fabian was played at all four concerts.
Also in 2006, the first worldwide video game concert tour, titled Play! A Video Game Symphony was announced where Fabian works as music arranger. So far, PLAY! concerts have been announced for Chicago, Stockholm, Philadelphia, Vienna (Virginia) and Toronto.
In 2003, Merregnon Studios, a renowned label for high quality computer and video game soundtracks, has been formed where Fabian is active as the lead composer and is still doing music for computer- and video games, soundtrack CDs and multimedia projects of all kinds.