Sharon Farber

    A member of The Academy of Motion Pictures, Four – time Emmy Award Nominated, Winner of the 2013 Society of Composers and Lyricists Award for “Outstanding work in the Art of Film Music”, the 2012 Visionary Award In Music by The Women’s International Film & Television Showcase, winner of the Telly Award, composer Sharon Farber is a celebrated Film, TV and concert music composer.

    A graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Film scoring and Concert composition (dual major), Sharon has been working with networks and cable broadcasters like NBC, CBS, Showtime and the WB as well as writing music for feature films. Her score for the film “When Nietzsche Wept” (Millennium Films) was commercially released and performed live in a film music concert.

    Sharon was one of the few composers featured in the concert event celebrating female composers sponsored by the “Alliance for Women Film Composers” (The AWFC). The International Film Music Critics Association wrote about her piece: “Composer Sharon Farber wowed the crowd with a suite of music from three of her scores: “Children of the Fall”, When Nietzsche Wept” and “The Dove Flyer”…

    In the concert music world, Sharon has many national and international credits to her name, including The Los Angeles Master Chorale, Pacific Serenade Ensemble, The Israeli Chamber Orchestra, The Northwest Sinfonietta, The Bellingham Symphony, Orange County Women’s Chorale, Culver City Symphony Orchestra, The Jewish Symphony Orchestra, iPalpiti Artists International and more.

    Sharon’s acclaimed concerto for cello, orchestra and narrator, “Bestemming” (“Destination” in English), based on the remarkable life story of Holocaust survivor and hero of the Dutch resistance Curt Lowens, has received many performance since its creation, recently on a 4 – city tour of the Pacific Northwest, with renowned cellist Amit Peled, conducted by Maestro Yaniv Attar. In 2019 Sharon will embark on a European tour with the piece.

     

    Sharon’s latest commission, from the National Children Chorus, “Children of Light” premiered at Lincoln Center December 2017 and she had her Carnegie hall debut December 2018.

    Sharon is the Music Director of Temple of the Arts in Beverly Hills at the SABAN theater, where spirituality is infused with music, dance and art.


    AICF Articles about Sharon Farber

    | Artist News
    Sharon Farber completed the music for a beautiful short film by director Alon Juwal, “A Golden Heart”. The film is based on an old fairytale and the feature-length film, which will also be scored by Sharon, will be following the short.

    | Artist News
    Award winning Film/TV and concert music composer Sharon Farber, was recently nominated for her 5th EMMY award for her work on the long running day- time drama “The Young and the Restless”. Sharon’s latest film scoring project, “Azimuth” for director Mi…

    | Foundation News
    Composer Sharon Farber has scored two upcoming Israeli films: “Azimuth”, directed by Mike Burstyn, and “Children of the Fall”, directed by Eitan Gafny.

    | Artist News
    Composer Sharon Farber has been extremely busy lately. Sharon, who is a four EMMY award nominated, has recently completed the score for Mike Burstyn’s feature film AZIMUTH, which takes place at the Sinai desert at the end of the six-day war. Right afte…