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Gus Reyes (born June 27, 1977) is a Mexican musician and composer focused on film scoring. Reyes began his studies in music at the age of 8. His father, Jesus Gustavo Ramírez Avila (Student of Andrés Segovia 1893-1987) was his first teacher in music. Mexican teachers like Xavier Gonzalez Tezcucano, Luis Armando Elias Chain, Philippe H. Tolon, Juan Trigos, Jorge Torres Sáenz, Jaime Uribe, Eduardo Gamboa had been part of his education. Reyes studied majors in Composition, Orchestral and Choral Conducting and Musicology.

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  • Gus Reyes (born June 27, 1977) is a Mexican musician and composer focused on film scoring. Reyes began his studies in music at the age of 8. His father, Jesus Gustavo Ramírez Avila (Student of Andrés Segovia 1893-1987) was his first teacher in music. Mexican teachers like Xavier Gonzalez Tezcucano, Luis Armando Elias Chain, Philippe H. Tolon, Juan Trigos, Jorge Torres Sáenz, Jaime Uribe, Eduardo Gamboa had been part of his education. Reyes studied majors in Composition, Orchestral and Choral Conducting and Musicology.
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  • Gus Reyes (born June 27, 1977) is a Mexican musician and composer focused on film scoring. Reyes began his studies in music at the age of 8. His father, Jesus Gustavo Ramírez Avila (Student of Andrés Segovia 1893-1987) was his first teacher in music. During his early years Reyes was part of several Sacred Music Choirs, all directed by Phillipe H. Tolón, who was Lead Violín at the Opera Orchestra of Bellas Artes (Mexico) at that time. He became soloist fast, and gave tours for many years. Later, Reyes began his studies in many important music institutions ending with his application to the "Cardenal Miranda Institute" in 1995, where he was studying music. Mexican teachers like Xavier Gonzalez Tezcucano, Luis Armando Elias Chain, Philippe H. Tolon, Juan Trigos, Jorge Torres Sáenz, Jaime Uribe, Eduardo Gamboa had been part of his education. Reyes studied majors in Composition, Orchestral and Choral Conducting and Musicology. While studying, Reyes had the chance to start writing music for low budget films, doing almost 20 of them. Those films are lost in time, nevertheless he kept writing music for this type of productions almost his entire time in college. Examples of Reyes's music in Mexican film industry are "Magnicidio" (2002), "El Ultimo Evangelio" (2008), "El Ultimo País Mágico" (2005), "El Secreto" (2010), "The Dark Side of Light" (2014), "El Entrenador" (2014), "El Charro de Toluquilla" (2016). Reyes has collaborated with Andres Sanchez-Maher in "Mexican Gangster" (2014), “El Charro de Toluquilla” (Tribeca 2016), "I Dream in Another Language" (Audience Award Winner at the Sundance Film Festival 2017), the Documentary Film "Ayotzinapa, El Paso de la Tortuga" (Winner of the Audience and the Press Award at Guadalajara International Film Festival 2018), the Netflix - Univision TV Series "El Chapo", "El Complot Mongol", Amazon Prime Video Series "Falco" and Netflix Original Series "Control Z". Reyes is known for his orchestral arrangements for bands like "Zoé" in their Latin Grammy award-winning MTV unplugged "Música de Fondo" (2011) and "Dorian" in their album "Diez Años y un Día" (2015). He was nominated for the IX Jerry Goldsmith Awards for his work on the film "The Dark Side of Light" at the , that took place in Cordoba, Spain 2014, and later for the Silver Goddess Manuel Esperón Award for best music for a film at the Pecime Press Awards 2015. Invited by Bertha Navarro, Reyes has been part of all Mexico City's Film Music Labs since 2010 as a Film Scoring Advisor. Reyes was selected for the Sundance Institute Film Music Program 2016 that took place at the Skywalker Ranch, Nicasio, California. Examples of his work with Andrés Sanchez-Maher can be found in "El Complot Mongol", “La Ira o el Seól”, the Story-House & Netflix TV Series "El Chapo" and "Tijuana", HBO’s and Fred Armisen "Los Espookys", and the recent Netflix Original Series "Control Z".
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