Film & TV
Daniel Markovich is a renowned composer and orchestrator known for his signature sound and versatility. After graduating from Tel Aviv University's music academy, he went on to study composition at the prestigious Guildhall School of Music in London.
Throughout his career, Daniel has dedicated himself to bringing the heart of his compositions to life through distinctive melodic motifs and memorable themes that drive emotion and support character development and storylines. He has worked on a wide range of film and television projects, including the Emmy-winning Netflix special Black Mitzvah, the Emmy-nominated episode of Better Call Saul, and the Netflix thriller TV series Black Space.
In 2022, he composed the music for the Paramount+ feature film "Honor Society" and orchestrated Disney's Christmas special "Mickey Saves Christmas".
Today Daniel is working on the upcoming feature film "How to Make Her Cheat", starring John Cleese and Paper Empire, a crime drama starring Cuba Gooding Jr, Kelsey Grammer, and Wesley Snipes.
In addition to his film and television work, Daniel has received recognition for his contributions to the arts. The Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra commissioned him to compose the opening piece of their 79th season in memory of Shira Banki, a young Israeli girl who was tragically killed during the Jerusalem Pride Parade. The piece, "Holes Through Time," was conducted by Frédéric Chaslin and has been featured in global news outlets.
Currently based in Los Angeles, Daniel splits his time between the city and Tel Aviv, collaborating with filmmakers around the world who are passionate about bringing depth and emotion to their productions. With a background in classical music and a talent for adapting to a wide range of genres, Daniel brings a unique perspective and expertise to his work, making him a sought-after composer in the entertainment industry.