Piotr Nowotnik creates contemporary and neo-classical music, fusion of styles, music for games, theatre and film.
He graduated from Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne with a Degree in Music Composition.
His recent works include music for “Periapsis Dance and Music” series (New York, USA), “Pleroma Dance Theater” (Hong Kong), “Human Dance” company (Paris), soundscapes and music for Melbourne-based ‘La Mama’ theatre piece of Suzie Hardgrave’s (‘Elizabeth Taylor is my Mother’ (2015)) and Elaine Hudson’s ‘There are Trees that are Dancers’ (2014). Piotr collaborated with artists from diverse backgrounds: from Broadway-style song commissions to creative collaborations with electronic music scene (AMPlify 2016 project with Marlo Hoogstraten) and puppetry (“Kolobok” 2016 by Olena Fedorova).
He is a finalist of Indie Gathering Scoring Competition (Ohio, 2010) recipient of Billilla Artist in Residence programme (2011-2012) while his collaborative work with video games developers resulted with the work being awarded three instances of Technology Review Award and Parent’s choice for an educational music game he co-produced.
Piotr’s work includes soundtrack for UniFem Australia, University of Melbourne and video games companies from USA, Greece, Poland, Australia and UK. His soundtrack album for “The Journey” (a film by Marco Kamareddine premièred at the Cannes Festival in 2013) has been nominated to “Best Soundtrack Album “award (APRA Screen Awards 2013).
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