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Original Compositions for Film and Television



Christof Unterberger by Alex List 2022 - (5U2A7126-Bearbeitet)-2.jpg

Christof Unterberger was born in Bregenz, Austria. He received his first cello training at the Conservatory of Graz.  From 1991-1995 he studied at the "Conservatoire national superieur de musique" in Paris with Klaus Heitz, and then with Phillipe Muller, under whose teaching he completed his concert cello diploma. 

Recently, Unterberger has been working with styles of music outside the realm of classical music. Appearances with Plácido Domingo,  Soap & Skin, Kenny Werner, Arkardy Shilkloper, Ulrich Drechsler, Etta Scollo, Patricia Kaas, Michael Bolton, Sarah Brightman, Natalie Cole, Marque, Nneka, Christina Stürmer, Mark Seibert and Andre Heller have led him into the world of jazz, soul, pop and world music.


Unterberger started composing in 2006 and has since embarked on a prolific career scoring musing for film and television across the globe.


His credits include work on the Steve Jobs film by Danny Boyle and Iceman 3D starring Donnie Yen.

A collaboration with Hollywood-based composer Jeff Rona was his first encounter with the world of music for visual media.


A full list of projects for film and TV can be found here.



  •  Vienna Film Music Award, first prize  2010


  •  Honorary Prize of University of Music and Performing arts  Vienna 2010


  • Vienna Film Music Award, second prize  2009


  • VSL composition competition,  first  prize 2008


  • Peter Gabriel's RealWorld Remixed Award, second prize 2007


  • "Moondace Columbine Award" at International Moondance Film Festival, Hollywood 2006


Jeff Rona

"Working with Christof is such a pleasure. He is an enormously gifted and talented composer and musician. He is one to watch!" 

David Arnold

"Sounds brilliant, lovely rich writing, and playing of course!" 

Peter Gabriel

"Great work, wonderfully done!" 

Alvaro Pierri

"Christof is a very refined musician, as a performer, arranger and composer his music is real music from the first note to the last!"

Hans Zimmer

"I really enjoyed listening to his pieces. I think the orchestral stuff is really gorgeous. I would recommend him for any score." 



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