Chris Hajian - About me
Born and raised in Queens, New York, Chris Hajian began his musical education at the age of five, studying trumpet under his father, Edward, a professional musician in New York City. Chris’ formal training started at New York’s “Famed” High School of the Performing Arts, and continued at the Manhattan School of Music, where he studied classical composition.
Chris’s film composition roots began during the indie film movement of the 90’s. Most notably, he composed the score to “Ten Benny” starring Adrian Brody, it was selected for the 1996 Sundance Film Festival. He then composed the score for the compelling black and white drama “Mr. Vincent” that premiered at Sundance the following year.
Photos by Kristin Reimer