Barbara J Weber is an award-winning film composer, sound designer and violinist. She grew up in Brooklyn, NY and was introduced to the violin while in the New York City public school system. Quickly excelling in the instrument, she attended the High School of Performing Arts and The Juilliard School, where she studied under the esteemed violin pedagogues Christine Dethier, Lewis Kaplan and Ivan Galamian.
After years of performing with top-tier orchestras, Barbara shifted over to film scoring, where she has quickly established herself as a successful composer. Since 2009 she has since scored more than 28 films. Her score for “Baggage” was nominated for “Best Soundtrack” at the 2014 Macabre Faire Film Festival, and at the FANtastic Film Festival her score for “Once, When I Was Dead” was also nominated for best original score.
In 2015 Barbara won the New York City Indie Film Awards Diamond Award – “Best Original Score”, for her work on the film “Alienated”.