Alex Baranowski is the music and sound designer for The Masque of Anarchy, which will be performed from 12-14 July. For more details, please visit the event page by following the link in the left hand panel.
COMPOSER MUSIC & SOUND DESIGNER
Current and forthcoming productions include: THE ROCK (MOKO Dance / Dance East), MACBETH (Jamie Lloyd Productions and ATG) THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN (Michael Grandage Company), HENRY VI PARTS I, II, & III (Shakespeare’s Globe).
As Composer: CORNELIUS (Finborough), BALLET BLACK (Royal Opera House), HAMLET (National Theatre), EARTHQUAKES IN LONDON (National Theatre & Headlong Theatre), IN THE DUST (2Faced Dance, Edinburgh & European Tour), PLAYSONG (Tristan Bates).
Music and Sound credits include: THE DANCE OF DEATH, SALT, ROOT AND ROE (Donmar Warehouse at Trafalgar Studios), VILLAGE BIKE, BETRAYAL, OTHELLO, HOBSON’S CHOICE (Sheffield Theatres), THE PROPHET (Gate Theatre, Notting Hill), THE DNA (Hull Truck & UK Tour), THE SEA PLAYS (Old Vic Tunnels), MIXED MARRIAGE (Finborough Theatre), THE FAITH MACHINE (Royal Court), ROSE (Pleasance, Edinburgh), BASSETT (NT Connections), HERDING CATS (Theatre Royal Bath & Hampstead Theatre)
Associate credits include: FRANKENSTEIN (National Theatre – as Music Associate with Underworld), MERCHANT OF VENICE (RSC – Music Associate/Co-orchestrator with Composer/Sound Designer Adam Cork), MEN SHOULD WEEP (National Theatre – Music Associate with Composer Michael Bruce), WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN (National Theatre – Music Associate with Composer Olly Fox), EVERY GOOD BOY DESERVES FAVOUR (National Theatre), NATION (National Theatre –Music Associate with Composer Adrian Sutton)
Music for film includes: the twice BAFTA-nominated McCullin (2013) as well as Shelter, Sofa, Dorothea, Future Inc, Making a Killing, Myron and Hester, I Won’t Go and Made in England.
Alex’s recent work with Mercury-winning band The xx and the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra was broadcast live on Radio 1, and he has also recently collaborated with Peter Hook (Joy Division) and five times Klassik-winning violinist Daniel Hope.