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Hildur Guðnadóttir made history in 2020 winning every award possible for her scores to the television mini-series Chernobyl (Emmy and Grammy) and feature film (Academy Award, Golden Globe, BAFTA, Critics Choice). More than that she did it on her own terms, the strength of her voice shining through, leading her to be one of the most sought-after composers on the planet.

In 2022 she scored two of the most critically acclaimed films of the year:  (for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe) and  (for which she won the Critics Choice Award). In the latter, Hildur was chosen by director Todd Field to write the music of the movie's title character: world famous conductor and composer Lydia Tár (played by Cate Blanchett) - truly no one could have been better suited.

Classically trained as a cellist, Icelandic composer Guðnadóttir has played with múm, Throbbing Gristle, and Sunn O))), collaborated with Jóhann Jóhannsson and Ryuichi Sakamoto and composed music for theatre, ballet and the concert hall. A BBC Proms commission in 2022, her work for orchestra and choir, The Fact of the Matter, was performed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra and BBC Singers conducted by Dalia Stasevska at London's Royal Albert Hall. Her other film and TV scores include Mary MagdaleneSicario: Day of the Soldado and Trapped as well as the video game Battlefield 2042 which she scored jointly with Sam Slater.

Guðnadóttir is now signed to legendary classical label Deutsche Grammophon and will release her new album in 2023. 

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