Nathan Bieber


Nathan Bieber is a composer, conductor, music producer, and violinist currently based in Nashville, Tennessee. As a composer, he draws inspiration from classical music, film scores, progressive metal, electronic music, classic rock, and jazz. He began composing his first melodies at age six and has since spent his entire life developing his unique musical voice
through improvisation and score study. Recent commissions include a trio for harpsichord, violin, and viola, numerous arrangements for large symphony orchestra, and a litany of
independent film projects.

Bieber is also a dynamic young conductor, comfortable both on stage and in the recording studio. He served as Conducting Fellow of the Nashville Philharmonic in 2022, and since 2023,
he has worked as a conductor for Nashville Music Scoring, where he has led sessions for film, television, and video game recording projects. In recent years, Bieber conducted several
contemporary music concerts across Europe, including in Valencia and Madrid, Spain. He also served as conducting fellow at the National Orchestral Institute and Festival, and the National Music Festival. He is fortunate to have learned from many notable conductors including Marin Alsop, Kenneth Kiesler, Dr. Michael Koehler, and James Ross, among others.

In addition to composition and conducting, Bieber is an accomplished violinist. He has performed as a soloist, chamber musician, and orchestral musician across Europe and the
United States. During his studies, he participated in several illustrious music festivals including the Cambridge International String Academy, the National Orchestral Institute and Festival, the National Music Festival, and the Aspen Music Festival. His most influential violin teachers include his father, Roderick Bieber, Rodney Friend, David Halen, and Simon James.

Bieber earned his Bachelor and Master of Music in Violin Performance, as well as a Master of Music in Orchestral Conducting from the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre, and Dance. In 2023, he received his Master of Music in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games from the Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus with highest honors.

In his spare time, he enjoys being in nature, reading, going to the gym, following Detroit Sports teams, eating good food, and seeking adventure.