Like the eternal city of Rome, Daniele Luppi's music is at once exotic, familiar, sophisticated but funky, sexy yet sinister, slekkly modern and wonderfully timeless. If you've listened to Gnarls Barkleys Grammy-winning St. Elsewhere, or John Legend's platinum-selling Once Again, you've experienced Daniele Luppi's brilliant cinematic production and arrangements. If you've seen HBO's Sex and the City, Disney's Under The Tuscan Sun (Diane Lane), or the acclaimed Brian Grazer-produced documentary Inside Deep Throat, you've heard the beguiling soundtrack contributions of this Italian-born composer. Coming up, is also Luppi's on-camera songs arranging and production work for the forthcoming, highly anticipated Rob Marshall musical Nine.
Trained in classical piano and jazz organ, Luppi was immersed from an early age in the film scores of the most influential Italian composers of the era. He wrote the emotional, orchestral score for this award-winning film, Malos Habitos (Bad Habits), which premiered at both Sundance and Cannes Film Festival.
Most recently, he wrote the score to Quentin Tarantino's Hell Ride. He also finished up production on Mike Patton's Mondo Cane project.