Genevieve Vincent is an award-winning Canadian composer, songwriter and music producer based in Los Angeles. Vincent’s scores include Sony Tristar’s critically acclaimed rom-com The Broken Hearts Gallery for which her score won a BMI Award, the Apple TV+ docuseries Gutsy executive produced by Hillary & Chelsea Clinton, What Happened, Brittany Murphy? for Blumhouse and HBO Max, Moving Art Hokkaido for Netflix, additional music for Bad Vegan on Netflix, Now Is The Time (NY Times), the feature thriller Safer At Home for Voltage Pictures, and currently the Fox TV series drama Fantasy Island for which she has also written and produced original songs.
Genevieve has recently completed the drama biopic Audrey’s Children for Amasia Entertainment and is scoring the upcoming feature documentary The Stand.
In addition to her scoring, Genevieve is half of the electronic duo darkDARK, signed to Nettwerk Music Group. She has written and produced songs with artists such as J.I.D., Pusha T, Madge, and remixed iconic songs for Sony Music such as “New World Coming” by Nina Simone, streaming on all platforms.
As a concert music composer, Genevieve wrote and produced her French art-song EP Petit Rêve performed by Grammy-Winning Pianist Nadia Shpachenko and Soprano Monika Beal administrated by Downtown Records, and has been commissioned by The Echo Society, The Hollywood Chamber Orchestra, La Société de Concerts de Montréal, Local Opera Local Artists, The Music By Women Festival, Sigma Alpha Iota, The Kalistos String Orchestra, the Esterhazy String Quartet, The Instrumental Wind Ensemble of Argentina’s National University of Villa María (UNVM), and as part of The Elements Concert Series.