Welcome to the official web site of Grammy and multiple Emmy Award winning composer Brian Keane.
Multiple Emmy award winning composer, Grammy award winning producer, and noted guitarist Brian Keane has scored literally hundreds of films and television shows, and produced over 150 albums, mostly from his studio in the woods of Connecticut. His music has been hailed critically as "indelible and breathtaking" by the Los Angeles Times, "piercingly beautiful" by The New York Times and "masterful" by Newsweek, and he has been called a "musician's musician" by Downbeat, a "composer's composer" by The Hollywood Reporter, and “one of the most impressive musicians of the decade” by the editor of Billboard magazine.

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March 2018: Spring Updates

March 2018 - Spring will be a busy time this year! Brian is playing several live concerts, including an appearance at Carnegie Hall on April 14th with long-time collaborator Omar Faruk Tekbilek. Brian is also playing concerts of his original music with his former student (and Windham Hill recording artist) Sean Harkness, and performing with The Reunion Band (a band of high school friends playing '60s rock 'n' roll). On television, Brian's music will be featured in Helen Whitney's "Into the Night" documentary, which airs nationally on PBS on March 26th, and Ric Burns' "The Chinese Exclusion Act", which airs nationally on PBS on May 29th. Brian is also scoring a film about Oliver Sacks for Ric Burns and American Masters, which is due out later this year. Other films Brian has recently scored include a documentary film by Ruby Yang about Tibetan nomads undergoing lifestyle changes in the modern era; a fun film about women bowling by George Roy; and a massive series about the history of the SEC for ESPN and Fritz Mitchell. Brian's "Score To Picture" music library continues to be leased by major networks, and used in several documentaries, including Neil Leifer's upcoming PBS film about Neary's, an iconic Irish pub in New York City.


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