From an early age, Kevin Blumenfeld has had a passion for creating music. His first experience at the piano came at the age of five, after his father finished a piano lesson. From then on, he continued nurturing his ability to play by ear. Kevin was mentored by composer John Adorney for 10 years, learning not just the fundamental language of music, but the finer points of playing by ear. Kevin attended Beverly Hills High School, where he was a member of the BHHS Madrigal Choir for 3 years, led by Conductor Joel Pressman. For his Junior and Senior year, Kevin attended the Hamilton Academy of Music as part of a duel enrollment, where he studied Advanced Electronic music under Bob Bruning. In addition to studying film scoring and orchestration, Kevin spent several years gaining experience working for such composers as Hans Zimmer and Harry Gregson-Williams. Spanning that time, he worked on such films as Pearl Harbor, Black Hawk Down, The Ring, Tears of the Sun, Matchstick Men, and Shrek 2.
Kevin has scored more than a dozen feature films for both television and independent production. His diverse music approach has allowed him to access various mediums such as internet web series (AMC’s The Walking Dead) and advertisements (Subway). He is currently working out of his Los Angeles based studio, Red Room Music, with the focus of bringing the highest level of music production to film, television, and various other forms of media.