My solo music video out now!

I am so excited to announce the release of my very first solo music video! I arranged an instrumental cover of Andrew Lloyd Webber's "The Phantom of the Opera." Watch it now on YouTube HERE or stream the audio online at SoundCloud HERE!


My song in Best Feature Film!

The British film "The Goodbye Girl" featuring a song I wrote, played, and sang, "Mad Girl's Love Song," was just nominated for Best Feature Film at the Out of the Can Film Festival in the UK for August 2018! Congratulations to Director Aidey Pugh and the entire cast and crew!


Winner, Best Ensemble Cast!

I had the honor of playing a rock violinist in the amazing film "The Guitar" by Michael Boston which won "Best Ensemble Cast" at the Global Film Festival Awards in January, 2018! This amazing film, which depicts the horrors of drug addiction, will screen in Los Angeles in May, 2018 as an official selection of the Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival! Stay tuned for more news as it continues to rack up awards and nominations!

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Full Jules Galli EP released 4/5/18!

So proud and excited that the entire Jules Galli EP is now available everywhere online for download and streaming! Thank you so much to all the fans and friends who packed the house to celebrate with us! Next full band show 4/19!!

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2nd Jules Galli single out now, 3/24/18!

"Be Lived, Be Loved, Be Free" is the second single from the debut Jules Galli EP, "Without Your Love." It features the vocals of KC Carnage and my violin! Available to download on iTunes, CD Baby, and Amazon, and streaming online everywhere (Spotify, Apple Music, Pandora, Slacker Radio, iHeart Radio, etc.)

Check out the new music video below!!

Jules Galli ft. KC Carnage. "Be Lived, Be Loved, Be Free." Video directed and edited by Christopher Hutchinson.

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"It's Too Late" March 1st, 2018!

I am so excited to announce that the long-awaited single, "It's Too Late," from Jules Galli's debut EP will be officially released on March 1st, 2018! I am featured on a violin solo! You will be able to download the track at, iTunes, and Amazon, and stream it everywhere online (Spotify, iTunes, SoundCloud, Rhapsody, iHeartRadio, Slacker Radio, Pandora, etc). Stay tuned for more news about the EP release, music videos, touring, and more!!!

Photos from the "It's Too Late" shoot by the amazing Alex Huggan.

Video direction by Jules Galli, editing by Koi Anunta, cinematography by Javan Joslin.

Starring Jules Galli, Koi Anunta, and Dhana Topragge.

Special thanks to Janet Carper!


Series premiere Feb. 20th, 2018 on BET @10/9c!!

Listen for the sound of my strings on the new BET television show, the "Deathrow Chronicles," during the series premiere Tuesday, February 20th, 2018! The soundtrack for the show will be released on CD and will also feature Snoop Dogg! Huge thanks to my longtime friend Ali Nikou of Blastermaster Productions who was Musical Director of the series for having me play!!!!

Just back from european Tour with Jules Galli to discover that we are Featured in the latest edition of Music Connection magazine!

October 2017 - On newsstands now!!!

Played the $10m wedding at the dolby Theater in hollywood featured in Business Insider, e!, cosmopolitan

So honored to have recorded violin on Aj Mitchell's track "Used to be," produced by Jess Jackson (Justin Bieber, tyga): 10.3 million views since its release in June 2017

Played live on the CBS Late Late Show with James Corden with grammy-nominated musical guest Gallant!

Link to the Billboard article here:

Watch Gallant Give a 24K Performance of 'Weight in Gold' on 'The Late Late Show'

11/3/2016 by Gil Kaufman

Gallant has gotten co-signs from Elton John and Seal thanks to his signature soaring falsetto and high-energy live show. Well, the rising R&B star proved once again on Wednesday night (Nov. 2) that the praise is well-placed with a dramatic, emotional take on his popular single "Weight in Gold" on The Late Late Show.

Backed by a string section and full band and seated on a velvet couch in the middle of a candle-lit living room set, the singer opened the performance in the shadows, emerging into the light as the stage exploded in rotating spotlights during the song's gilded chorus. Drawing whoops from the studio audience when he unleashed those high notes, the singer's urgency rose as the song proceeded, leading up to a bizarre moment when he took a moment to pour some water from a plastic bottle into a prop plant. He brought it home with a series of emphatic spins and a leap onto the couch as the music receded and and he dropped to his knees for a big a cappella falsetto finish.