Robert Amjärv


Robert Amjärv is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, producer, composer and filmmaker and has composed music for three LACDC works: Stimulaze, EBBAFAM.

Rob's musical pursuit began early on, primarily engaging himself in the self-taught route. At age 13, he recorded his first album, and shortly after graduating High School at 14, he attended the Academy of Entertainment Technology in Los Angeles - studying sound and video production. From 2003 until 2006, he lived in Lake Arrowhead California, and completed three albums with his music project 'Pentamental.' A single track off the 5.1 surround music album, 'Harm and Harmony' earned a nomination for a Horizon/best-newcomer award for the 4th Annual Surround Music Awards in 2005. Shortly after moving back to Los Angeles in 2007, Rob joined the prestigious music and dance ensemble STRING THEORY - initially as a sitar and theremin player, but eventually as collaborator. In 2011, he joined the teams of HUMA-HUMA and TEST PATTERN as a composer, producer and engineer.

Rob continues to involve himself with several live and recording projects in LA and globally.