Interview: Composer Ronit Kirchman gives us the scoop on ‘The Sinner’

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Photo Credit: Ronit Kirchman Image Acquired from White Bear PR

Ronit Kirchman is an extremely talented composer and I had a chance to interview her on her new project ‘The Sinner.’

Ronit Kirchman grew up in New York, but settled in Los Angeles after graduate school. Her musical compositions can be found all over the entertainment landscape including film and television, theater and dance, multimedia installations, and the concert stage. Kirchman has a unique way of telling a story with music that adds breadth, depth, and originality.

Ms. Kirchman is a violinist and began playing at the age of four. She trained with some of the world’s finest violinists. She is also a singer, and plays many other instruments including guitars, electronics, percussion, and an electric 7-string violin which extends below the cello range of sound. Her playing can be heard on the scores for The Finest HoursNow You See MeJessabelle, and the Emmy-nominated Ring of Fire, among many others.

Currently, she is composing the music for the new television show, The Sinner. This thrilling show stars Jessica Biel and Bill Pullman. It made its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in April 2017 and its West Coast Premiere at LA Film Festival and will begin airing on August 2, 2017.

Hidden Remote was able to spend some time with Ms. Kirchman regarding her background, her design process, and how her music elevated themes in the television show, The Sinner.