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Théo Schmitt

Composer & Conductor
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Théo Schmitt is a young musician from Switzerland working as a composer and a conductor in Los Angeles. He studied at the Conservatory of Lausanne (HEMU), The University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), and the University of Southern California (USC).

His music is often described as colorful and elaborate, both for concerts and visual media. His concert works feature pieces for Brass Band, Concert Band, Choir and Orchestra and his film music catalog includes action, animation, comedy, drama and horror.

Théo has been recently nominated at the Marvin Hamlisch International Music Awards (2021), the Jerry Goldsmith Awards (2023) and the International Digital Music Festival of Shanghai (2023).

He is currently working as an assistant for the 2 Grammy Awards winner composer Christopher Tin

New video on YouTube

NETWORKS and SYNTHETIC SPECIES now on YouTube and Spotify

Film Music Highlights

Concert Music Highlights

Recent Projects

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My music is now available on all streaming services!

  • Spotify
  • Apple Music
  • Amazon
  • Tidal

Aurélien Azan Zielinski

Conductor; professor of orchestral conducting at Haute École de Musique de Lausanne.

Aurelien Azan

"Théo has a radiant and positive personality and his ability to work and constantly question himself makes him an excellent musician."

Richard Danielpour

Composer; music faculty at UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music.


"Théo Schmitt is a composer of extraordinary gifts whose music speaks to the heart as well as the mind. His music is full of rhythmic vitality and heartfelt lyricism. He is without question, a composer to watch for in the years ahead."

Peter Golub

Composer; Director of Film Music at Sundance Institute; music faculty at UCLA's Herb Alpert School of Music.

Peter Golub

"Theo Schmitt is someone to watch and listen for. His music has depth and originality across a range of styles.

There is power and imagination both in his film and concert music."

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