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Lolita Ritmanis is a Grammy®, Emmy® and SCL Award winning member of the international film music community. With a passion for collaborating with visionary voices, Lolita has filled her resume with a wide variety of projects including composing the 2021 Oscar shortlisted 70 minute symphonic score for Blizzard of Souls, music for “Babylon 5: The Road Home” (Warner Bros.), "Young Justice: Phantoms (HBO Max), music for television, musical theatre, independent film, video games, documentaries, and the concert stage. Her music has been performed throughout the world at prestigious venues such as Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall. Lolita is one of the founders of the Alliance for Women Film Composers, having served as the president from 2016-2018, as well as one of the producers of the 2021® Grammy® Award Winning Album "Women Warriors: The Voices of Change." In 2023-2024 Lolita reunites with director Dzintars Dreibergs to score feature film: "Escape Net," as well as celebrates the release of Daniel Kreizberg's film: "Tahlequah the Whale: A Dance of Grief," which features music by Lolita. Lolita looks forward to the world premiere on February 9th, 2024 at Carnegie Hall of her piano trio “Vignettes from the Park.” Lolita is on the faculty of the USC “Thornton School of Music" prestigious screen scoring department, as well as presents master classes and concerts throughout the world at festivals and universities.
Lolita serves on the Executive Music Committee of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, is a member of the Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Society of Composers and Lyricists, Recording Musicians Association, American Federation of Musicians Local 47, Women in Film, Women in Animation, Women in Media, and ASIFA.
Mystery of the Batwoman
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