Brooke deRosa is a composer originally from New York. She holds a double major in music and theatre from Washington and Lee University where she was a recipient of the John Graham Award in Fine Arts. Brooke has pursued further studies at UCLA Extension, scoring over fifteen different films and tv shows in the span of five years, including a western, “Gunfight at Yuma”, and the theme for a TV series abroad, “Exit Hollywood”. Other credits include "The Search for Simon", for which she won an award for best score at Portsmouth International Film Festival, directed by BAFTA winner Martin Gooch, The Gatehouse, which premiered at Raindance London, and Massacre on Aisle 12, a small horror comedy that has become a major hit.
Her work draws strongly from composers such as Nino Rota, Dario Marianelli, and Marco Beltrami. In addition to film composing, Brooke composes for concert and stage. Brooke’s current projects include a one act popera based on the Red Riding Hood fairy tale and a Missa Brevis for full choir. Brooke has recently completely her first opera, based on the short story "The Monkey's Paw", and her aria "Off With Their Heads" from her new musical based on Alice in Wonderland is premiering in Toronto in May. Brooke is a member of the Los Angeles Composers Collective, The SCL and ASCAP.