Thomas J. Bergersen

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Thomas J. Bergersen
Birth nameThomas Jacob Bergersen
Born(1980-07-04) July 4, 1980 (age 33)
OriginNorway Trondheim, Norway
GenresTrailer music, Neo Orchestral
OccupationsComposer
InstrumentsPiano, Keyboard, Trumpet, Violin, Guitar, Duduk
Years active2003 – present
Websitehttp://www.thomasbergersen.com
 
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Thomas J. Bergersen
Birth nameThomas Jacob Bergersen
Born(1980-07-04) July 4, 1980 (age 33)
OriginNorway Trondheim, Norway
GenresTrailer music, Neo Orchestral
OccupationsComposer
InstrumentsPiano, Keyboard, Trumpet, Violin, Guitar, Duduk
Years active2003 – present
Websitehttp://www.thomasbergersen.com

Thomas Jacob Bergersen (born July 4, 1980) is a Norwegian composer who is the co-founder of the trailer music production company called Two Steps From Hell and has written music for several high profile trailers.

He started his musical career as a demoscener, writing tracked modules under the name Lioz in the group Index.[1][2][3]

In May 2010, he and his business partner, Nick Phoenix released an album called Invincible, featuring some of his most popular tracks including "Freedom Fighters", "Moving Mountains", "Heart of Courage" etc.[4] In 2010 he also composed the original music for the movie The Human Experience. The Soundtrack CD was released on March 29, 2011.

In 2011 a sound track produced solo by Thomas Bergersen was released called Illusions. His next public album called Sun is planned for a 2014 release.[5]

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Two Steps from Hell[edit]

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