Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch

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Emilie Levienaise-Farrouch is a French born, London based composer and pianist.

In 2018, she composed the soundtrack to ‘Only You’, Harry Wootliff’s debut feature starting Laia Costa (‘Victoria’) and Josh O’Connor (‘God’s Own Country’, ‘The Crown’), which will premiere at the BFI’s London Film Festival. She has also scored iconic avant-garde director Caveh Zahedi’s experimental feature documentary, ‘The Sheikh and I’, which premiered at SXSW and BFI Flare favourite, ‘Tiger Orange’, as well as a wide variety of award winning short films broadcasted on HBO and Channel 4.

‘Like Water Through the Sand’, her 2015 debut album for piano, strings and electronics was followed in July 2018 by ‘Époques’, both released on FatCat Records’ 130701 (Max Richter, Dustin O’Halloran, Johann Johannsson). Her composition for small string ensemble and live electronics ‘The Minutes’, commissioned by the London Contemporary Orchestra, premiered during the Proms in September 2017. Emilie frequently collaborates with visual artists, creating music for installations exhibited in National Trust historical properties, as well as art galleries such as the Jerwood Space in London. She holds a Master in Composition from Goldsmiths and has performed her work internationally.