William Sigismondi is a Venezuelan Composer, Producer and Pianist with musical influences that range from Ethnic to Urban to Eclectic. Throughout five decades of professional work and study, beginning at age seven in Caracas, he has continued to explore and expand his musical range and experience. His contributions include hundreds of arrangements and musical productions for Award-Winning Latin American artists of national and international fame, resulting in two nominations and one win for a “Latin Grammy” award given by the Latin Academy of Arts and Recording Sciences.
“What makes you think that the sound of the flute is happy or sad?”
I always consider the most important thing when creating music is to find that which connects your internal experience and living history, without seeking a specific goal. I believe that through emotional sincerity in composition, we are discovering roads that you would have been unable to find by intellect alone.
For many years I have composed symphonic scores while developing and perfecting a creative toolkit commonly known as ‘virtual instruments.’ This technological process has allowed me to create high-quality musical productions for industries such as video games, independent films, advertising while keeping the costs within budget.