My name is Grégoire and I compose evocative and unique music for motion picture, art installations, television, and adverts - Music that spans from solo piano and flamenco-inspired guitar to humoro-dramatic cues for modern orchestra. I am infinitely curious about people's stories and passionate about creating stellar, artful, and memorable experiences that enrich human life. 

My music embodies 19th & 20th century classical, jazz, rhythm and blues, flamenco, and various peculiar incarnations of electric music. My style is satirical and dramatic on one hand and delicate and fragile on the other. How about this: Before the cynical gaze of the ghost of Frank Zappa, Andy Summers threw on a pair of Debussy’s trousers and raced to the door to let Bernard Hermann inside who was called to fix a synclavier that Terry Bozzio and John Powell had in pieces on the floor. That's how I feel I sound.

Grégoire Pearce, a film and media composer

My singular focus is to create musical arrangements and orchestrations that ignite emotion and invigorate a viewer's imagination. I offer pre-production consulting, spotting sessions, thematic development, harmonization and orchestration of existing melodies, scoring to picture, orchestral mockups, delivery of final stems, score preparation and organization for orchestral re-recording, and a film music library.

Thanks so much for spending a bit of your day with my music!


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"I've had the pleasure of working with Grégoire on a few video/music projects, and have been blown away by his musicianship, taste, his ear and he made for such an easy creative partnership. He's also just a lot of fun to work with! Don't waste more time digging through countless hours of mediocre tracks from online sites and just hire this man. You (and your audience) can thank me in advance."

— Theron Powell, Director, Theron Powell Productions

"What was THAT from?.. it was awesome!" I said Grégoire wrote it. He was like, "OMG no way, that's f@&#ing sick.. that's epic as f&#$.. He wrote that?! What the f%#$ it sounded like it was from a movie!"

— From a conversation between a colleague and his teenage spawn


2018, The Communicator Awards recipient for composition.