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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Ronald "Ron" Ramin (born 1953 in New York City[1]) is an American composer for TV, film and, more recently, for the concert hall.

Life and career

Ron Ramin is the son of composer and orchestrator Sid Ramin.[2]

Ramin grew up in New York City. After graduating from Princeton University, he moved to Los Angeles and began his career as a film composer. He has scored 20 prime-time television series and more than 30 movies for television and miniseries.

In 1994, he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award in the category Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (dramatic underscore) for his work on the pilot of Christy.[3] At the 18th CableACE Awards in 1996, he was awarded the prize in the category Best Original Score for his work on Rent-a-Kid.[4] He has been presented with both BMI and ASCAP Film & Television Awards at their annual dinners.

Ramin has turned his attention to composing in concert form. His most recent work, Golden State of Mind (2017), is a symphonic suite depicting the beauty and drama of the California landscape, and the diversity of its people, in three movements: Yosemite, San Andreas and Olvera Street. The first movement, formerly titled Greetings! was given its premiere performance by The Marin Symphony, conducted by Alasdair Neale.

Ramin has been married to journalist and author Cathryn Jakobson Ramin since 1988.[2][5] He is the father of two adult sons and lives with his wife in Northern California. He also spends considerable time in both Los Angeles and New York City. He is a former Board Member of the Society of Composers & Lyricists (The SCL) and is currently a writer and publisher member of ASCAP.

Selected filmography

External links

References

  1. ^ Michael H. Perlman: Legendary Locals of Forest Hills and Rego Park. Arcadia Publishing, New York, 2015, page 77, ISBN 978-1-46710-188-2
  2. ^ a b Cathryn Jakobsen Wed to Composer, New York Times, access date 27 April 2016
  3. ^ Ron Ramin, emmys.com, access date 27 April 2016
  4. ^ CableACE Awards 1996, imdb.com, access date 27 April 2016
  5. ^ Biography, cathrynjakobsonramin.com, access date 27 April 2016
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