Kim Carroll

Kim Carroll (born 1970 in Cork, Ireland) is a film score composer and multi-instrumentalist. He attended Glenstal Abbey School where he studied music with pianist/composer Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin. After a short teaching stint in Cork he left for Los Angeles to concentrate on music composition and film scoring. Kim currently lives in Los Angeles, California. He is a 2009 Sundance Composer Fellow, and was awarded 'Gold Medal for Excellence' for his score to thriller 'The Colony'. He composed the music for the critically acclaimed film 'The Horse Boy' with violinist Lili Haydn as well as the crime drama 'Across the Line: The Exodus of Charlie Wright' along with the music for the short films 'Hellholes', Insex', The Pool, La Carretera. As a guitarist he has recorded with artists Sinéad O'Connor, Gary Jules, Paul Buchanan/The Blue Nile, Colin Hay, as well as performing on the soundtracks for The Town (2010 film), Gone Baby Gone, The Chronicles of Narnia:Prince Caspian, Veronica Guerin (film).


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