Likes: Raspberry mojitos, Iceland and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Dislikes: Cinnamon, LA drivers and ants.
Favorite Food: Nothing better than a baguette fresh out of the oven in Paris. And cheese. And olives. And some charcuterie… I guess a charcuterie board with fresh bread.
Favorite Quote: “You’re never too important to be nice to people.” – Zedd.
Perrine Virgile is a French TV and film composer now based in Los Angeles, CA. After studying classical music at the French conservatory and receiving a degree in Sound Engineering in Nice, France, Perrine moved to Boston, MA to attend the prestigious school Berklee College of Music. She graduated in late 2014 with a dual major in Film Scoring and Music Business, and moved to Los Angeles early 2015 to pursue her career as a film composer. Perrine has worked with composer Jeff Russo (Fargo, Star Trek Discovery, Legion…) for the past 3 years as a scoring assistant and additional writer. Perrine’s recent projects include additional writing on TV shows “Counterpart” (Starz), “Channel Zero” (Syfy) or movies, such as “Lizzie” (selected for Sundance), as well as additional arrangements for movies “Submission” and ‘Three Christs”, and video game “What remains of Edith Finch”. She was also recently the composer for TV pilot “Rage”, as well as a French art exposition called “Cheval au galop”. Perrine was one of the 10 female composers chosen for the orchestral concert “The Future is Female” and will be writing a new piece for the second concert in the Fall 2018. She is also in the process of writing her first orchestral album, which she hopes to release sometimes in 2019.