Patricio Fraile is a danish composer and multi instrumentalist with spanish roots. He holds a master of arts in music, specializing in film scoring and orchestration. In 2011 he received a grand to study film music in Hollywood and New York,with prominent composers and sound designers such as Carter Burwell and Walter Murch. The last couple of years he has started to establish himself as a skilled film composer and sound designer, working in films and television, on documentary projects for Danish national TV, as well as upcoming short and feature films. Latest scoring danish film Abu Adnan, nominated for a danish Robert.
In his compositions Patricio often combines music with more unpredictable sounds and musical textures, as well as the folk cultures of the world. His insights from his studies in musicology, and experiences in the field in Latin America and Afrika, let him to found the sound collective and label GrowMusic, where he also works with music supervision and creates experimental music and sound workshops with visiting international artist, coming as far as from a remote nature reserve in Mozambique.
Abu Adnan, directed by Sylvia Le Fanu and produced by Sune Wahl. Winner of the Audience Award at Odense International Film Festival, the Ekko Shortlist for Best Fiction , officially selected for the 40th Festival du Court Métrage de Clermont-Ferrand, and nominated by The Danish Film Academy for the Robert Prize 2018.