- "The name Conrad Pope is not likely to be one that many would line up with the likes of John Williams, James Horner, or Alan Silvestri...with Pavilion of Women, one will come to discover that he belongs in such high quality company."
- —Christopher Coleman,"Tracksounds"
Conrad Pope is an American film composer and orchestrator. He is a frequent collaborator with critically acclaimed composers, such as John Williams, James Newton Howard, Danny Elfman and Alexandre Desplat. Pope is recently orchestrated the score to Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, composed by Alexandre Desplat, and did the same job for John Williams' first scores.