Lolita Ritmanis is a ten-time Emmy Nominated music composer, who in 2002 won an Emmy Award for Batman Beyond. Her recent career highlights include: the Carnegie Hall U.S. premiere of her symphonic work Overture to Light, her original score for Wild DaZe (featuring Jane Goodall) and Flip the Script (a television series starring Lake Bell). Other television credits include composing the Emmy nominated theme for Justice League, Teen Titans, Ben 10, Wacky Races, Spectacular Spider-Man, and Batman: The Animated Series. She also garnered an Emmy for her score and songs in the “Mayhem of the Music Meister” episode of Batman: The Brave and the Bold, starring Neil Patrick Harris.
Before becoming a music composer, Lolita worked as a film orchestrator on over one hundred films, mini-series and television programs including Lethal Weapon 4, X-Files Movie and Robin Hood-Prince of Thieves. Her music has graced Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, The Krakow International Film Music Festival, Fimucité International Film Music Festival and Playfest. Her concert work includes four original musicals, which traveled throughout the United States, Canada, Europe, Taiwan and Australia. In 2018, Ritmanis will score an epic war film Dvēseļu Putenis in Latvia working with a full orchestra and its award-winning state choir. Ritmanis co-founded Dynamic Music Partners with Michael McCuistion and Kristopher Carter who together have created and produces music including shows like Avengers Assemble, Young Justice, Batman vs. Two-Face, (produced by James Tucke, featuring the late Adam West in his final performance as Batman) and The Killing Joke, (produced by Bruce Timm, starring Mark Hamill as the voice of The Joker). Lolita is member of the Television Academy, NARAS, SCL, and WIF. In addition to her work as a film and television composer, Ritmanis serves the president of the Alliance for Women Film Composers.