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Born and raised in Pittsburgh, Theo Teris has always stayed true to his roots. Theo's classical training has allowed him to become a diverse composer writing for video games, soundtracks, rappers and vocalists.
Theo has produced music for major recording artists such as Glasses Malone (Cash Money Records) and has worked on a track which featured artists Kendrick Lamar and Killer Mike.
Recently Theo wrote, composed and financed a contemporary ballet “Snowflakes in the Cemetery” which had a two-night run at Carnegie Mellon and was performed again in April 2016 at Duquesne University.
Theo has performed tours in Ukraine for the U.S. Embassy and for the former president of Ukraine, in Italy for Orvieto Music festival, at Moscow Conservatory, Toronto, and Berklee in Boston.
In May 2016, Theo graduated with a Bachelors in Music Composition from Carnegie Mellon Univ. He studied with Pulitzer and Grammy award winning composer John Luther Adams, Dr. Taras Filenko and Viktoria Postnikova.
In 2017, Theo assisted Scott Wasserman as an Ableton Programmer on Dave Malloy's "Great Comet of 1812."