Magnus Murel (b.1985) is an award-winning composer from Oslo, Norway. He specializes in music for media, and has composed music for numerous productions spanning from commercially screened feature films, to music for theatre, commercials, and tv. Magnus draws experience from a unique blend of impulses, in addition to extensive technological knowledge, in order to create his highly original scores which are often a combination of acoustic and electronic elements.

He studied for several years both composition and piano with Wolfgang Plagge as his teacher. In 2005-2007 he studied at MGK in Denmark with Martin Lohse and Martin Åkerwall as his supervisors, and he also took private lessons with Karsten Fundal and attended studiorecordings with the Danish film composer Søren Hyldgaard.

The music from the dance perfomance “Iustitia” gained a lot of focus and attention.
His score for the short feature “The Time In Between” won best score at the Los Angeles Movie Awards in the international section 2010.
His music for the critically acclaimed short film “The Devil’s Ballroom”, which won the best short film under 15 minutes at the Palm Springs International ShortFest, was regarded as one of the key elements of the film.

He also composes popular and other art music, which is available at most streaming services.