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Ryner Stoetzer

Ryner Stoetzer Composer
London, ON, Canada
yner Stoetzer is a prolific and diversified composer and sound recording engineer who has arranged, produced and performed music for more than 33 television series, documentaries and specials that comprise more than 800 individual episodes, hundreds of commercials, as well as original score for Allan Ungar’s feature films Gridlocked and Tapped Out.

Celebrating 26 years in business in 2019, Ryner has also composed production music that underscored a T-Mobile Superbowl ad featuring Justin Bieber, and shows such as Saturday Night Live, The Late Late Show With James Corden, Keeping Up With the Kardashians, America's Most Wanted, Access Hollywood, Portlandia and many more.

In 2017, Ryner won the Top Indie Film Award for "Best Music” for his original score and sound design in "The One I Adore" by Jason Seelman. A short thriller with no dialogue, The One I Adore relied heavily on Ryner’s score, earning the film 11 festival nominations and 5 awards in 2017 and 2018.

Ryner also composes music for ballet, modern dance, dressage, and synchronized swimming, as well as a substantial portfolio of long- and short-form commercial music and album tracks for a variety artists.

A career highlight for Ryner was to work with Scott Moir and Tessa Virtue to edit and arrange the music for Scott and Tessa’s Olympic Gold Medal ice dance win in the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.