Composer Titas Petrikis

Prof. dr. Titas Petrikis is a Lithuanian composer, who mainly writes music for film, theatre and other media. His style covers traditional orchestration and blending electronic music elements. Titas has released albums since 1997, and has created music for over 30 films. Some of them have been awarded with international recognition and prizes.

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I met Titas, because he was the composer for the film Stone's War. The Film was shot in Lithuania and I spend a great time with Titas on the set of the movie, so that he could get a feel for a film and get a better idea, what was needed as far as a score concerns.  I think he is a wonderful person, very friendly, bright, very ambitious and extremely talented. I heard a number of his recordings he made for other projects and I expect to do him very well though his career.

Barr Potter - CEO at Tripod Entertainment

We worked with Titas on The Platform project for HSBC. A new score with lower costs was needed. Titas claimed that it is possible to do that in Lithuania. So we had to try that out. He used local people and collaboration results were fantastic. People even now talk about the music in this project.

Tim Clague, (UK) BAFTA award winning screen writer, director

Titas is an imaginative and skilled composer who possesses a wide range of musical styles combined with a real understanding of how music and images come together.  His energy and talent are put to good use in any project her undertakes.

Prof. Stephen Deutsch

We worked with Titas on The Platform project for HSBC. A new score with lower costs was needed. Titas claimed that it is possible to do that in Lithuania. So we had to try that out. He used local people and collaboration results were fantastic. People even now talk about the music in this project.

Tim Clague, (UK) BAFTA award winning screen writer, director

The music is an organical part of this excellently done short film. Patrikis masters the connection between picture and sound in a highly sensitive way. The orchestral score produces a strong atmosphere and draws the audience into the film, being an essential part of the narrative. We'd love to hear this composer's music performed by a real orchestra.

Jury's statement (Peer Raben Award, 2009)

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