Erica Procunier is a Canadian composer for film and other media. Her credits include scores for over forty film, television, theater, advertisement and video game productions. The films she has scored have screened worldwide and garnered multiple international awards. In 2017 she was commissioned by the Toronto Symphony Orchestra and the Toronto International Film Festival to compose a live film score to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. The commissioned film premiered in February 2017 live in concert with the TSO and toured across Canada to be performed by the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra, the Kingston Symphony Orchestra and the Kitchener/Waterloo Symphony Orchestra.
Erica recently scored the rowdy CBC comedy series Little Dog, created by award winning author Joel Thomas Hynes. She scored Pat Mills’ hit misfit comedy Don’t Talk To Irene starring Geena Davis, as well as Thyrone Tommy’s critically acclaimed anxiety ridden drama Mariner, which were both official selections at the Toronto International Film Festival. Erica has received two SOCAN Foundation Awards for Young Audio Visual Composers and her music has been licensed to a variety of television shows worldwide.
Erica is an alumna composer of the Canadian Film Centre’s Slaight Family Music Lab, and is an active member on the board of directors for the Screen Composers Guild of Canada. Erica holds a Masters of Music Composition from Western University.