Specializing in film music, Denise Gentilini is a four time Heartland Regional Emmy® Award winning composer with 40 years experience in music composition, orchestration, arrangement and production.
After 20 years of performing and doing session work in Los Angeles, Denise moved to Colorado to continue her music career. Denise owns and operates a digital recording/video editing studio and produces artists as well as composes music for independent films and documentaries.
Denise has written music specifically for fundraising and awareness raising events for clients such as:
The Iliff School of Theology - Courage Award - song written with Mindy Sterling, Courage Said I Can
The Children's Hospital, Denver - NSC Autism Department - I Chose You, recorded by Hazel Miller and Denise Gentilini
Through her production company, Well Orchestrated Madness, LLC, she produced a concert in 2009 at the University of Denver Newman Center for the Performing Arts in Gates Hall. The concert, We Are Voices For A Future Without Genocide focused on genocide education featuring scholars and top Denver talent such as Hazel Miller, Sheryl Renee and Beth Avedis as featured artists. The concert documentary was nominated for a Heartland Regional Emmy® Award and the CD was released and is available on all digital platforms. The concert DVD is also available by emailing Denise at email@example.com.
The Little Things, written by Denise Gentilini & Lisa Nemzo, was honored with a Heartland Regional Emmy® Award in 2021 for Musical Composition/Arrangement.
Stay tuned for a world premiere release of a brand new song written by Denise about global warming and climate change. First performance to be live at A Climate Change Theatre Action Production at Town Hall Arts Center in Littleton, Colorado - on December 6, 2021 - benefitting The Denver Actors Fund.
Denise is currently working with local Denver artists in producing songs that speak to social justice issues. Look for new releases in the coming months.