Anže Rozman (b. 15 January 1989, Kranj-Slovenija) is a Slovenian-born composer living in the United States.
In 2008 he started his bachelor's studies at the University of Ljubljana -Academy of Music of Ljubljana (2008 – 2013) where he majored in music composition and music theory under his mentor Prof. Jani Golob. In 2013 he graduated with honors, summa cum laude. He later acquired his master's degree (with honors summa cum laude) in scoring for film, TV and video games from Berklee College of Music Valencia (Spain) in 2014. Upon his graduation, Rozman was awarded the “Peer Recognition Award”, awarded to the best student of the year, voted in by students of the Scoring for Film, TV and Video Games program.
Upon Hans Zimmer’s, Steven Kofsky’s and Russell Emanuel’s invitation, he moved to Los Angeles in January of 2018 to start working as a full-time composer at Bleeding Fingers Music. His most notable recent film and media credits are the score for the Great Bear Rainforest IMAX documentary for which Hans Zimmer wrote the main title theme; main theme and in-game music for the new CBS talent show competition The World’s Best; additional music for season 29 and 30 of The Simpsons; and music the VR experience The Magic Projector by Steven Spielberg's & Walter Parkes’ company Dreamscape Immersive.
As a concert music composer, Rozman is most known for his orchestral and flute works which are regularly performed in Europe, U.S., Canada, South America and Asia. His orchestral works and orchestral arrangements have been performed and/or recorded by the London Studio Orchestra (United Kingdom), Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (Israel), and the Symphony Orchestra of Gimnazija Kranj (Slovenia), among others.
Rozman's flute quartet Little Suite of Mythological Beings won at National Flute Association’s Newly Published Music Competition in 2017.
Works for Winds
- Creatures of the Enchanted Forest (2010/2012)
- Little Suite of Mythological Beings (2016)
- A Lovely Story (2013)
- Medusa (2017)
- Anže Rizman website Accessed 28 November 2020