Alex Baranowski

Theatre includes A Streetcar Named Desire (St Ann’s Warehouse NY, Young Vic), Cymbeline and Henry VI Parts I, II & III (Shakespeare’s Globe), The Cripple of Inishmaan (West End, Broadway. Tony Award nomination), Fathers and Sons (Donmar Warehouse), Hamlet, The Last Days of Troy (Royal Exchange), The Dance of Death, Salt and Root and Roe (Donmar and Trafalgar), Macbeth (West End), East Is East (West End and tour), The El Train (Hoxton Hall), The Masque of Anarchy (Manchester International Festival), Frankenstein (as Music Associate with Underworld) and Hamlet (National Theatre. Both broadcast live to cinemas for NT Live), Earthquakes in London (National Theatre and Headlong), Betrayal, Othello and The Village Bike (Sheffield Theatres), The Faith Machine (Royal Court), The Sea Plays (Old Vic Tunnels), The Merchant of Venice (as Music Associate with Adam Cork. RSC and Almeida Theatre), Herding Cats (Hampstead).

Dance includes 1984 (Northern Ballet), Kes (Sheffield Theatres), Together Alone (Ballet Black/ROH), Dreaming In Code, In the Dust (2Faced Dance Company), Sofa (Channel 4 short).

Film includes McCullin, Attacking The Devil, Nureyev, The Departure, The Hope Rooms, Mdudu Boy, We Are Many, Shelter, Dorothea, Making A Killing, Future Inc, I Won’t Go.

Alex has also collaborated with Mercury winning band The xx and The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra for Radio 1, Peter Hook (Joy Division), Grammy winning Clean Bandit and virtuoso violinist Daniel Hope on Spheres for Deutsche Grammophon.