Snorri Hallgrímsson is a composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist from Reykjavík, Iceland.
Starting out as a classical guitarist, he fell in love with film music in his teens which prompted him to start writing his own music. Snorri has a Bachelor’s degree in composition from the Iceland Academy of the Arts, and a Master’s degree in Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games from Berklee College of Music.
Snorri’s music mixes his classical background with electronica, choral music, and film music. His film credits include “Out Of Thin Air”, documentary series “Travel Global Think Local”, and award-winning short films “Cut” and “Naturaleza Muerta”.
Snorri is a long time collaborator with composer Ólafur Arnalds, and has among others worked with him on “The Chopin Project”, “Island Songs”, and the BAFTA-award winning score for “Broadchurch”.