A. Patrick Rose

A. Patrick Rose is an Emmy-nominated television and film composer known for his work on projects such as SEAL Team (CBS), Nashville (NBC), and Under the Dome (CBS).

After growing up playing the trombone and singing in musical theater in the Salt Lake City area, Patrick Rose began his musical career as a founding member of the band, Eclipse. The band was featured in both the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games where he met and developed a lasting relationship with multiple Emmy Award winning composer Mark Watters.

The experience with Watters cemented a desire to pursue film scoring and following a recommendation from Watters, moved to Boston in 2003 to attend Berklee College of Music. While attending on scholarship, he was a featured composer/arranger for the College's elite concerts including Berklee's 60th Anniversary Concert.

In 2005, Patrick moved to Los Angeles and was shortly thereafter invited to join Emmy Award-winning composer Snuffy Walden's production team. While there, he would work and collaborate with Walden and others contributing to a myriad of scores for shows such as The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip, and The Beast. Even after leaving Walden's team, this relationship would prove long-lasting and continue to produce multiple collaborations between the two.

In addition to the Emmy Nomination, Patrick is the recipient of 3 BMI awards and 5 FCMA Pearl Awards.