MANUEL PELAYO &
Manuel Pelayo Graduated from Film Scoring Program at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA). As a producer for more than 10 years, he has been part of Films, Theatre Plays and Corporate Videos as Sound Designer, Composer, Producer, Mixer and he is currently Sound Design Professor at University of Advance Technologies (UNIAT). Manuel is lives and works out of Guadalajara Mexico.
"Ssanti" is the creation of Mexican pianist and composer Giancarlo Bonfanti, a musician specialized in neoclassical music. It was through the influence of Yann Tiersen and Ludovico Einaudi that Giancarlo started to immerse himself in the styles of modern classical contemporary composers. This led him to train at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and at the London Centre of Creative Media, before making a move to the city of Barcelona, where he found himself develop as an artist and began to shape his own musical career through original works. Today Giancarlo lives and works out of Mexico City, where he continues to compose music as well as produce music for various artists.
Giancarlo & Manuel are the resident composers for Poseidon Theatre Company based in New York City, most recently he teamed up with Manuel Pelayo for the original score for The Cooping Theory 1969: Who Killed Edgar Allan Poe, (Featured in The New York Times, New York Post, New York Daily News, TimeOut New York Top 13 Best Halloween Shows 2019 & Best Immersive Theatre in NYC, awarded Best Show's and Experiences 2019 from No Proscenium and Best Environmental Immersion Award 2019 from Immersion Nation other projects with P.T.C. include BitterSweet and the upcoming immersive production of The Object opening May 2020. Currently, Giancarlo & Manuel are working with Aaron Salazar for the original score for the play Dennis opening in March 2020 in New York City.