ABOUT DARIUS HOLBERT




Darius Holbert is an award-winning composer of music for film, tv, and new media, with studios in Los Angeles and New York City. He studied composition and arranging at London's Royal Academy of Music and the University of North Texas.

Darius has written scores for numerous films and television shows. He has worked with such film and tv luminaries as Robin Williams, Kevin Spacey, Bobcat Goldthwait, Peter Berg, JJ Abrams, and myriad more. Darius has had a number of award-winning films at Sundance, Tribeca, LA Film Fest, and other festivals, including winning "Best Original Score" at NYC's Moondance Festival. His work has been featured in hit tv shows like American Horror Story, Making a Scene with James Franco, Grey's Anatomy, American Idol, Quick Draw, and Better Call Saul, and in a multitude of video games and commercials.

Darius has produced for, toured with, musical directed, and written for artists as varied as Everlast, Wu-Tang Clan, Dave Brubeck, Britney Spears, Sophie B. Hawkins, House of Pain, Diane Warren, The Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and Bobby Brown (ask him about the Bobby stories sometime). Darius has appeared on tv shows like the Tonight Show, The Ellen Show, Quick Draw, Fox Good Day and France's Canal +.

Darius has been commissioned to compose operas, modern dance pieces, and chamber works. He has worked for major record labels in production and artist development. He appears on numerous records from various projects, including five albums from his critically acclaimed side-solo project "dariustx."

There is a wealth of music in Darius' extensive catalog, all of which is represented by numerous non-exclusive licensing companies, various managers, and publishers. He is an award-winning, well trained multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, producer, composer, and conductor.

But more than anything else, Darius is really just a down-to-earth guy from Texas who works really hard, who hates bragging about himself (he swears), and who loves his job.

Darius is a member of ASCAP, SCL, NARAS and splits his time between LA, NYC, and TX.