Martin Kiszko - Career Highlights

Career Highlights

  • 1976 - 79 Studies Music, Fine Art and Interarts at Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds.
  • 1979 - 80 Studies Film and Television at University of Bristol.
  • 1980 - 83 Assists veteran film composer Edward Williams and co-founds the touring ensemble Uncle Jambo’s Pendular Vibrations (later Elektrodome).
  • 1983 - 98 Completion of over 200 film and TV scores. Merit Award and Best Music Video Award at Missoula Film Festival USA. Contributor Award at Jackson Hole Film Festival.
  • 1999 Awarded Phd from the University of Bristol for work on the migration of the Balalaika.
  • 2001 Voyage to Antarctica inspiring the composition of the cantata Sea Star.
  • 2002 Writes and directs first UK video on The Art of the Film Score.
  • 2004 Awarded 2004 Composer of the Year (Community and education category) from The British Academy of Composers and Songwriters.
  • 2006 Commission for cantata A Radius of Curves to celebrate Brunel’s 200th birthday.
  • 2007 Commission of the score for major British movie, The Killing of John Lennon.

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