Catherine Grealish is an LA-based composer for film, media and live performance who has experience in a wide range of music genres. A multi-instrumentalist, she is a classical and jazz singer, and also plays violin, piano, and guitar.
Her music has been featured in award-winning films, including the shorts Reversal (Post Alley Film Festival 2012) and Ego Boost which won the 3 Minute Masterpiece competition at the Seattle International Film Festival. She has also scored many other independent films including All Things Hidden, The Last Buck Hunt Revelation, and Citizen Heroes.
Catherine's work for Didgeridoo and chamber orchestra "For Those Who Have Walked Ahead" premiered at Benaroya Recital Hall as part of Celebrate World Music in March 2013. She also had an orchestral work "Artist and The Muse" premiere in 2012 and continues to be involved in numerous film projects and live performances.
She completed her Bachelor of Music at Cornish College of the Arts with a focus on Jazz composition and performance. Catherine then graduated with a Master of Music from Boston University. She also studied at the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring program.
Catherine is from Tasmania, Australia. She moved to the United States in 1998 to pursue a career in music.