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Stefano Cabrera’s Jazz-infused soundtrack for Hotel Portofino, described by The Daily Mail as a “romantic costume drama that’s as blissful as a good gin cocktail”.
Eagle Eye Drama’s (Professor T, Before We Die) beautifully crafted period drama is set in the mid-1920s on the lush shores of the Italian riviera. Starring Natascha McElhone, Oliver Dench, Louisa Binder, the six-hour series centres around a British family looking for a fresh start in Italy. Based on the book by J.P. O’Connell and created by Matt Baker (Professor T), Hotel Portofino brings drama, mystery and escapism to our screens. The series depicts the lives of luxury hotel staff and locals in 1920s Italy, when Benito Mussolini’s brand of fascism was on the rise.
Stefano Cabrera is an Award-winning Italian composer and cellist. After graduating from the ‘Conservatorio Niccolò Paganini’ of Genoa, he further studied with Mario Brunello, Yo-Yo Ma, Amedeo Baldovino, Emil Kline. He also studied jazz and composition, as well as orchestration and arrangement at the Berklee School of Music. From 1994 to 2009 he worked as a section cello, composer and arranger at the ‘Carlo Felice’ Theater in Genoa. Since 2006 Cabrera has been the cellist and arranger for the GnuQuartet, with whom he tours internationally. As a TV/film composer he has worked on Suspect (2022), Hotel Portofino (2021), The Abominable Snow Baby (2021) and Clown (2020).