Emmy-nominated composer and musician Tony Morales is composer of Disney's "Elena of Avalor."
Morales began his career as a staff composer with Hans Zimmer’s Media Ventures. He earned his first Emmy nomination as a score composer for the miniseries "Hatfields & McCoys," and has also composed for such television series and feature films as "Scorpion," "Bloodline," "Alaska: The Last Frontier," "In Your Eyes," "Rocky and Bullwinkle" (short) and "Enemies Closer."
Morales has been an arranger for some of the film music industry's top composers such as John Debney, Harry Gregson-Williams and Brian Tyler, and has contributed to the scores of such films as "Iron Man 3," "Now You See Me," "Fast Five," "Unstoppable," "The Town" and "The Change-Up.
Morales attended the University of Southern California's Advanced Studies in Film Scoring program and graduated with a degree in film scoring from Berklee College of Music.
Morales currently resides in Los Angeles.