Julia Seeholzer

Julia Seeholzer

Arranger, Lyricist, Mentoring

Julia Seeholzer takes much of her compositional influence from color – intervalic relationships conjure specific hues, which in turn dictate a piece’s direction. Her works have been commissioned and performed by the Urban Playground Chamber Orchestra, University of Chicago’s Camerata, the Tenuto Chamber Singers, WomenSing, Trio d’Esprit, and others. Julia currently lives in Warsaw, Poland, where she studies advanced choral writing with Paweł Łukaszewski, under a 2015-2017 Fulbright research grant. Her main projects involve writing pieces for and performing with Professor Łukaszewski’s choir, Musica Sacra. 

Outside of composing, Julia is heavily involved in the world of video game music. After founding, running, and arranging for a game music-specific choir for three years, she now regularly works on arrangements and collaborations for various projects. Julia often works with the Videri String Quartet, and has contributed to both the Harmony of Heroes and Spectrum of Mana projects.

Credits

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games

Arranger on The Mightiest of Pirates Returns (from “Monkey Island”)

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games

Lyricist on The Mightiest of Pirates Returns (from “Monkey Island”)

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games

Arranger on How Long Have I Been Playing? (from “World of Warcraft”)

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games

Lyricist on How Long Have I Been Playing? (from “World of Warcraft”)

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games (Karaoke Accompaniment)

Arranger on The Mightiest of Pirates Returns (from “Monkey Island”) [Piano Accompaniment]

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games (Karaoke Accompaniment)

Lyricist on The Mightiest of Pirates Returns (from “Monkey Island”) [Piano Accompaniment]

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games (Karaoke Accompaniment)

Arranger on How Long Have I Been Playing? (from “World of Warcraft”) [Piano Accompaniment]

Song Cycle: The History of Video Games (Karaoke Accompaniment)

Lyricist on How Long Have I Been Playing? (from “World of Warcraft”) [Piano Accompaniment]

SPIRA: Music from Final Fantasy X - Zanarkand Mix

Mentoring

SPIRA: Music from Final Fantasy X - Besaid Mix

Mentor

Piano Collections: Pokémon Red

Arranger on Viridian Forest

Piano Collections: Pokémon Red

Arranger on Team Rocket Hideout

Harmony of a Champion (Music from Pokémon Red and Green Versions)

Producer on Shorts Come Highly Recommended: The Road to Cerulean City

Harmony of a Champion (Music from Pokémon Red and Green Versions)

Arranger on Shorts Come Highly Recommended: The Road to Cerulean City

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