Win Meyerson was fortunate to start lessons at a young age with an exceptional teacher, Anthony Newcomb. He learned sight reading, theory and classical repertoire for the first half of each lesson, and ear training for the second half. Fluent in many styles of music, Win has credits that include film composer, music director, keyboardist, mixer, sound engineer, film music supervisor, film music editor, and songwriter (including a song on a Gold Album in Japan).

Win’s film music education includes the BMI Film Composer Workshop, the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop, and a scholarship to the UCLA Extension Film Scoring Program. His film composition instructors have included Gerald Fried (composer for 5 Stanley Kubrick films, Star Trek), Charles Bernstein (composer for Nightmare on Elm Street), and Jack Smalley (orchestrator, Game of Thrones).

Win is a film score composer and multi-instrumentalist. His impressively eclectic resume includes performances with Lemmy Kilmister, Chaka Khan, Stephen Bishop and Karen Lovely, appearances on TV shows including Whose Line Is It Anyway, movie scores, incidental music on the Tonight Show and Late Night, songs in 12 films, and original compositions for ambient and world music albums.

Meyerson also has an extensive background in theatre and improvisational comedy, serving as composer, music director, and keyborardist.