Philipp Fabian Kölmel, a Munich-based film composer, embarked on his musical journey in childhood, spending hours improvising on the piano. His talent led to awards in composition competitions and performances in various bands and ensembles, where he showcased his original works. Kölmel expanded his expertise by studying sound engineering, piano, voice, double bass, and conducting at the Berlin University of the Arts, and film composition with Enjott Schneider at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Since 1996, he has excelled as a freelance composer for films, TV, commercials, and theater, earning numerous international composition commissions. Kölmel’s orchestral film scores, notably for “Ruby Red,” “Sapphire Blue,” and “Emerald Green,” released on Sony Classical, have garnered widespread acclaim. He is a member of esteemed organizations including the German Film Academy, the German Composers Association, and is a founding member of the German Film Music Society.