| Vad Chariton (Vadim Zubarev) was
recognized as a promising musician at an early age in his native Odessa,
Ukraine. He studied music at a school for gifted children and later
at a musical institute in Voronezh, Russia where he earned a Masters
Degree in classical piano. Vad gained considerable experience as a
solo performer during his years of study and also headed a successful
pop group. After immigrating to the USA in 1990, Vad has focused on
composing original music, working out of his home studio.
composed the music for the films "Four
Funny Families" (2003),
Angels,etc." (2006). Vad's
music has been played on the Classical Music Station (WRTI Temple Radio).
It is often performed as a part of a project called "Synthesis of
Arts." The project includes works by a poet
V.Ulea (University of
Pennsylvania), and artist
He received "Outstanding original score" award for
the film "Loneliness" at the 2004
WestFest film festival.