Nathan Wang

Nathan T. Wang (born August 8, 1956 in Los Angeles, California, USA) is an American music composer and director.[1] He graduated from Pomona College in California and received an Ambassadorial Scholarship from Rotary International to study at Oxford University. He is the winner of the Cable Ace award for the soundtrack to the documentary The Lost Children of Berlin. He also composed the acclaimed soundtrack for the aviation film, One Six Right.

Nathan Wang is a Master of Movie Music with Beijing DeTao Masters Academy (DTMA), a high-level, multi-disciplined, application-oriented higher education institution in Shanghai, China.

Early lifeEdit

Wang was born in Los Angeles, California, to parents from Shanghai, China. He began playing the piano at age three.[2] He attended Pomona College, graduating in 1979.[3]


Wang is an associate professor of film scoring at Peking University.[3]


In Production 2000s 1990s 1980s

Music departmentEdit

2000s 1990s 1980s

  • One Six Right (2005) (orchestrator)
  • Sabrina: The Animated Series (composer: additional music) (22 episodes, 1999)
  • ... a.k.a. "Sabrina" (USA: short title)
    • "Anywhere But Here" (1999) TV episode (composer: additional music)
  • Boogie Shoes (1999) TV episode (composer: additional music)
  • Boy Meets Bike (1999) TV episode (composer: additional music)
  • Extreme Harvey (1999) TV episode (composer: additional music)
  • Feats of Clay (1999) TV episode (composer: additional music)
  • The Last Days (1998) (associate composer) (orchestrator)
  • Flesh Gordon Meets the Cosmic Cheerleaders (1989) (composer: additional music)
  • ... a.k.a. Flesh Gordon 2
  • Soundtrack:
  • Wo shi shei (1998) (writer: "Friendship")
  • ... a.k.a. Jackie Chan's Who Am I? (USA: cable TV title)
  • ... a.k.a. Who Am I?
  • Hung fan au (1995) (writer: "You Are The One")
  • ... a.k.a. Rumble in the Bronx (Hong Kong: English title) (USA)
  • ... a.k.a. Hong fan ou (Hong Kong: Mandarin title)
  • ... a.k.a. Red Bronx
  • ... a.k.a. Zizanie dans le Bronx (Canada: French title)
  • Actor:
  • Who's Your Daddy? (2003/I) (V) .... The Arnold Horshack Experience


  1. ^ Cheng, Scarlet (July 18, 1999). "Performing Arts; Bringing a Cat's Tale to Life; Composer Nathan Wang provides the music to Amy Tan's story of a feline mischief maker for a staged reading at the Bowl". Los Angeles Times. pp. 55–56. Retrieved August 10, 2009 – via CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ Eng, Dinah (March 19, 2006). "Movie-music writer draws inspiration from the ivories". The Seattle Times. Archived from the original on June 4, 2011. Retrieved August 10, 2009. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ a b "2021 Blaisdell Distinguished Alumni Award Winners". Pomona College. March 2, 2021. Retrieved March 3, 2021.

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