Igor Nemirovsky is the composer behind the multi-award winning series, Video Game High School, initially a YouTube sensation and now streaming on Netflix. In addition his music has been features in a wide variety of films, shows, and games, several having gone on to receive numerous industry accolades.

His music has been performed and recorded by the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Orchestra, the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra, the Prague Philharmonic, the Bratislava Symphony Orchestra, and the Budapest Symphony Orchestra.

Initially self-taught, Igor received his classical education at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, studying composition, counterpoint, and orchestration under the tutelage of the late Conrad Susa. Following this he continued his musical education at the prestigious USC Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program, studying there privately with long-time television composer Jack Smalley.

Igor’s style has been described by audiences as “inventive, witty, and moving,” tending to reflect his influences and often evoking the playfulness of Prokofiev, the edginess of Stravinsky, and the dreamlike sweep of Debussy.

Currently Igor resides in sunny Los Angeles with his dog, writing for the nickelodeons that play on those new-fangled penny arcade machines.