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Stefan Kristinkov

Stefan Kristinkov
Clarinetist, Composer

Stefan Kristinkov is an eclectic composer, known primarily for his work in independent film, and a clarinetist with an extensive performing background.
His music is characterized by its inventiveness in combining diverse, often unexpected elements, blurring the boundaries of styles and genres.Regardless of being an accomplished musician, music producer and an ambitious composer with years of professional experience, Stefan retains a profound curiosity allowing him to consistently explore new ideas and pursue unique creative solutions.

ARTICLE: FILM REVIEW

La La Land

Read "La La Land" reviewed by Gareth Thomas

Damien Chazelle's film La La Land, although also partly jazz-based, comes as a stark contrast to his previous directorial project, the brutal and intense Whiplash (2014). In essentially what seems a typical boy-meets-girl romantic scenario, La La Land follows the relationship between Sebastian (Ryan Gosling), a pianist and jazz traditionalist who wants to open his own ...

Jazz In Film

Label: Sony Music
Released: 1999

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Terence Blanchard: Jazz In Film

Read "Jazz In Film" reviewed by Ed Kopp

If you're attracted to jazz that evokes late nights, dark corners and glittering cityscapes, Jazz In Film is a must-have. This is about as classy a collection of after-hours jazz as you're likely to hear. The music is emotional, strongly melodic and beautifully atmospheric.Terence Blanchard has written four film scores as Spike Lee's jazz ...


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