Juan Carlos Enriquez is a multi-instrumentalist composer from Guadalajara, Mexico. He is a three-time CLIO award-winner, has two Hollywood Music In Media Awards nominations, a CICLOPE Latino award, and a PRODU Award nomination. In addition, Juan Carlos has contributed music to Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated projects.
In 2022 he scored NBCUniversal's first Spanish-speaking streaming show on Peacock, 'Til Jail Do Us Part (Armas de Mujer on HBO Max Latin America), starring Kate del Castillo (The Book of Life). The series features a score recorded at the legendary Capitol Studios in Hollywood, CA and uses a musical palette that evokes a playful, fresh, and lighthearted aesthetic that aims to represent a modern-day diverse Miami.
He also scored the Netflix thriller series The Secret of the Greco Family, which features custom made instruments commissioned by Juan Carlos, and found sound based rhythms and textures made with house-hold items, door locks, and chains that reference the series’ dark and disturbing true story drama.
Other notable recent credits include the Apple #ShotOniPhone campaign Huracán Ramírez vs. La Piñata Enchilada, the Diablo IV video game live action trailer directed by Academy award-winner Chloé Zhao (Nomadland), HBO Max Mexican day of the dead inspired feature film Can’t Quit Mom, and a Microsoft/Xbox produced video game promotional short film/campaign for Forza Horizon 5 starring Cristo Fernandez (Ted Lasso) and Colombian reggaeton star, Karol G.
Juan Carlos' musical contributions and work can be heard on projects produced by acclaimed filmmakers such as Darren Aronofsky, Robert Rodriguez, Cary Joji Fukunaga, Roberto Orci, Chris Morgan, Leonardo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, Ben Affleck, Damon Lindelof, David Fincher, Alex Gibney, Jose Padilha, Jorge R. Gutierrez, Los Perez, and The Duplass Brothers.
Some of his selected credits include Netflix’s Maya and The Three, Narcos, What Happened To Monday and Biohackers, HBO’s TIGER, Universal Pictures’ Furious 7 and The Fate of the Furious, Sony Pictures' The Girl In The Spider's Web and Robocop, Lionsgate’s The Commuter, CBS’ Coyote and Magnum P.I., Ubisoft’s Far Cry 6, Electronic Arts’ Need for Speed: Heat, Amazon Studios’ The Boy from Medellin, Paramount’s xXx: Return of Xander Cage, FOX’s Lethal Weapon, advertising campaigns for Apple, Microsoft/Xbox, Blizzard Entertainment, Gatorade, Adobe, McDonald's, INTUIT Turbo Tax, Anheuser-Busch, The Recording Academy (GRAMMYs), as well as four Super Bowl commercials for Ernst & Young, YouTube, the NFL, and most recently, Michelob ULTRA, for a spot produced by the iconic advertisement agency Wieden+Kennedy, starring Brian Cox (Succession), and tennis legend Serena Williams.
Juan Carlos is a magna cum laude graduated from Berklee College of Music, in Boston, MA, is a past participant of the Recording Academy's GRAMMY Next Gen program, and is a voting member of the Television Academy (EMMYs) and the Recording Academy (GRAMMYs).