We create melody, we create score, we create songs and good vibes.

We create scale, we create intimacy, we create excitement and joy.

We bang drums, we play guitars, grand pianos and toy pianos.

We chop up, split, filter, stretch, distort and contort sound.

We make a lot of noise all to bring creative ideas to life with music.

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Symphonic is multi-award winning Irish composer, songwriter and music producer John Walsh.

Latest work includes original music for Jameson’s global advertising campaign ‘Widen the Circle’ featuring the BAFTA award winning actor, writer and comedian Aisling Bea while other recent projects include Pepsi’s ‘Forever Football’ commercial and a new version of the classic song ‘Everybody’s Talking’ featuring Loah for DAA.

John’s credits extend to original music for Expo 2020 Dubai, Guinness, Heineken, Tourism Ireland, Carlsberg, Ford, The Olympic Games and many others.

He has also scored and written songs for the critically acclaimed feature films ‘The Drummer and The Keeper’ starring Dermot Murphy (Bohemian Rhapsody), ‘Cherry Tree’ starring Naomi Battrick (Jamestown) and ‘Sea Fever’, the debut feature from director Neasa Hardiman.

Television work includes music contributions for the epic Discovery Channel series ‘Harley and The Davidsons’ starring Michiel Huisman (Game of Thrones) as well as notable programme themes such as The Six Nations opening title music for Virgin Media.

Awards to date include eight Kinsale Sharks, four ICAD Bells and an Irish Film & Television Awards nomination for ‘Best Original Score’.

John is also a founder member of critically acclaimed Irish band The Carnival Brothers.


After graduating from the College of Marketing and Design Dublin, Hilda quickly built a strong reputation as a production coordinator which led to her working with Ireland’s premier television and film production companies. Her list of credits include such notable television productions as the global hit series “Waterways” for Emdee Productions and “Beyond Titanic” for Twentieth Century Fox.

Following a successful career in production, Hilda joined the start up team of Ireland’s first independent television network TV3, now Virgin Media Television, where she worked for seven years. In 2005, Hilda started a new chapter and set up her own design Company which she successfully ran until 2012.

In 2013, Hilda came on board to manage business affairs at Symphonic.