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Alex Baranowski

Alex was the Music and Sound Designer for The Masque of Anarchy which was part of MIF13. For more information, please visit the event page by following the link in the left hand panel.

Alex Baranowski’s work in 2013 has included The Rock (MOKO Dance/Dance East), Macbeth (Jamie lloyd Productions at Trafalgar Studios), The Cripple of Inishmaan (Michael Grandage Company at the Noël Coward) and the forthcoming productions of Henry VI Pts I, II and III (Shakespeare’s Globe). Alex’s composer credits include
Cornelius (Finborough), Ballet Black (Royal Opera House), Hamlet (National), Earthquakes in London (National Theatre/Headlong), In the Dust (2Faced Dance) and Playsong (Tristan Bates).

Alex’s music and sound credits include The Dance of Death and Salt,
Root and Roe (Donmar Warehouse at the Trafalgar Studios), Village Bike, Betrayal, Othello and Hobson’s Choice (Sheffield Theatres), The Prophet (Gate), The DNA (Hull Truck/UK tour), The Sea Plays (Old Vic Tunnels), Mixed Marriage (Finborough), The Faith Machine (Royal Court), Rose (Edinburgh Pleasance), Bassett (NT Connections) and Herding Cats (Bath Theatre Royal/Hampstead).

His credits as Music Associate include Frankenstein, Men Should Weep, Women Beware Women, Every Good Boy Deserves Favour and Nation (all National), and The Merchant of Venice (Royal Shakespeare Company).
His music for film includes the twice BAFTA- nominated McCullin (2013), Shelter, Sofa, Dorothea, Future Inc, Making a Killing, Myron and Hester, I Won’t Go and Made in England. Alex’s recent work with The
xx and the BBC Philharmonic was broadcast live on BBC Radio 1. He has also recently collaborated with Peter Hook (Joy Division) and five-time Echo Klassik Award-winning violinist Daniel Hope.

http://alexbaranowski.co.uk/