Inon Zur is an Israeli-American music composer. Originally writing for movies and television, he later moved into composing for video games. He has been described as being "internationally recognized as one of the A-list orchestral composers in the video games industry". Zur has composed the music to over 50 video games, 15 television shows, and 10 films, as well as film trailers. He has been nominated for numerous awards, and has won three—a Telly Award in 1997 for Best Score on Power Rangers: Turbo, a Game Audio Network Guild award in 2004 for Best Original Instrumental track for Men of Valor, and a Hollywood Music in Media Award in 2009 for Best Original Song – Video Game for Dragon Age: Origins.
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About Inon Zur
Famous for his award-winning music for video games such as Men of Valor and Dragon Age: Origins, this composer also wrote scores for such television series and films as, respectively, Power Rangers: Turbo and Au Pair II.
After studying at the Music Academy of Tel Aviv, he completed four years of service in the Israeli military. He later took classes at the University of California, Los Angeles' music department.
Early in his career, he signed a six-year music contract with the Fox Family (later ABC Family) channel and worked on such series as Power Rangers and Digimon.
A native of Israel, he relocated to the United States in the early 1990s and settled in the Los Angeles area.
He and his Japanese contemporary Jun Senoue both became famous as video game composers.
Information related to Inon Zur
- UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture alumni
- Male television composers
- Israeli emigrants to the United States
- American television composers
- Video game composers
- American film score composers