Eric Allaman is an American composer who has worked in Film, Television, Theater and Ballet. His career as a film composer began when he co-composed the score to Ridley Scott’s, “Legend” with Tangerine Dream. That opportunity led to Eric re-scoring the silent classic, “Battleship Potemkin” which was re-released in Europe and featured at the Berlin Film Festival. With over 30 films and 500 episodes of television to his credit, Eric is the epitome of the working composer. Born in Missouri, he grew up in Southern California, and spent several summers in his mother’s native Norway. Eric credits this time in the land of Ibsen, Grieg and Munch for awakening his creative calling.