Guðnadóttir, Hildur (1982)

Guðnadóttir, Hildur (1982)

Hildur-Guðnadóttir. Picture from Discogs.

Alternative last name spellings: –
Alternative first name spellings: Ingveldardóttir
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GENERAL INFO

Description: Hildur Ingveldardóttir Guðnadóttir is a classic musician, cellist and composer from Iceland. She has played and recorded with different music bands and has also produced solo works. She composes soundtracks like thriller film “Sicario: Day of the Soldado” in 2018, and the “Chernobyl” miniserie in 2019. In 2019 Hildur won the Academy Award for Best Original Score, the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score and BAFTA Award for best Original Music by the soundtrack of the film “Joker”. In adition, she is the winner of MusiChess Awards 2020 in Music and Dance Category.
Sex: Female Occupation: Cellist and composer.
Place of Birth / Death: Reykjavík, Iceland Country Tags: Iceland
Periods: XX-XXI Genres: Symphonic music, Orchestral music, Choral music, Chamber music, Instrumental music, Soundtrack, Concert.
Styles: Classical, Avant-Garde, Soundtrack. Group: Reykjavik Music Academy, Iceland Academy of the Arts, Berlin University of the Arts.
Instruments: Cello. Relatives: Guðni Franzson (father), Ingveldur Guðrún Ólafsdóttir (mother), Þórarinn Guðnason (brother). 

 

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