Delphine Measroch is a Montreal-based music editor and music supervisor who has been working in the music/film/TV industry for about 20 years. She has collaborated with a multitude of composers locally and abroad (Carter Burwell, Bryan Dessner, Joseph Trapanese, Marius De Vries, …) on projects of virtually any genre.
She routinely performs many roles and tasks, cutting music for both temp and final music scores, as well as being part of the team on mixing stages, acting as the link between the production and the different music sources (performed, composed, sourced) ensuring all elements of the music soundtrack come together smoothly.
As a cinematic composer, Delphine Measroch has had the opportunity to create original scores for veteran cinematographers Nicolas Roeg and Amos Kollek amongst others. She was nominated in 2023 at the Canadian Screen Awards for Best Original Music in a Feature Length Documentary, for her score on Humus. One of her projects Song of Granite, by director Pat Collins, was also selected to represent Ireland for the 2018 Oscars.
As a music supervisor, she has sourced and licensed songs for numerous film, tv series and advertisement, researching internationally as well as locally in the quest for musical gems.
For supervision and synchronization of commercials, she forms part of the Circonflex Music Agency team: http://www.circonflex.com/
Delphine is a music lover above anything else and this passion drives her to dive into every project with enthusiasm and a very broad knowledge of music.
Aside from the film music industry, she’s also been interested in more unconventional means of music diffusion. She has explored underwater installations, interactive video-music performances and soundwalks… On the alternate and festival circuit her musical works have also been selected and represented in various events worldwide, including :
Women in New Music Festival (California, USA)
ZKM Center for Art and Media (Germany)
Jeux de Temps/Times Play (Montreal)
Visionaria International Film Festival (Italie) 1st Prize (MilliTopo)
Chicago Motion Graphics Festival Best Art Video (MilliTopo)
Brooklyn Underground Film Festival