Born in Milan, Italy, but of French nationality, Fabrice Lecomte moved to the United States and graduated in Composition from the Mannes College of Music, where he also studied Film Music. Published early at age 23 by the Willis Music Corporation, after a successful performance of his "Those Hidden Thoughts" by the American Symphony Orchestra at Alice Tully Hall, he received praise by the New York Times. Several classical music commissions in Europe and in the U.S. followed, but also film scores and music for the theater and commercials (his music is on the first nationwide commercial for CNBC). He had been invited regularly by the famed “Accademia di Alto Perfezionamento Musicale” in Saluzzo, Italy to conduct an annual Master Class on various techniques for composing Film Music. Lecomte resides in New York City. He is a member of ASCAP both as a Composer and a Publisher. His score for the film Sylvie’s Love, which takes place in New York City in the 1950s jazz scene, premiered earlier in the year at Sundance.