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From his music for the moving ‘Don’t Quit’ video narrated by Idris Elba across BBC platforms and his ingenious sound design for the BBC Two idents to the classic beauty of his score to the drama The Windermere Children and the joy of lockdown comedy , there is a very good chance you will have heard Alex Baranowski’s in the past year. Collaboration is at the heart of Alex’s work, whether that is with directors, choreographers or great musicians – he has been nominated for a Tony award for sound design on the Broadway production of Martin McDonagh’s The Cripple of Inishmaan, won a Music + Sound award for the documentary and a Southbank Award for his ballet of 1984 at Sadlers Wells. He is working on his debut album, his latest score is for Harry Wootliff's new film True Things which will premiere at Venice Film Festival in September 2021 and he is on board as composer for the eagerly-anticipated biopic of Beatles manager Brian Epstein, The Midas Man, directed by Jonas Åkerlund.