Nathan Klein Joins Air-Edel
We are delighted to announce composer Nathan Klein has joined the Air-Edel roster.
Since graduating from Oxford University with a double first class degree in Music, Nathan has applied his skills in settings ranging from West End theatre to internationally released television series and feature films. Six months after leaving university he was nominated for an Off West End Theatre award; since then he has orchestrated material for Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs and the BBC’s War and Peace, meanwhile composing for feature films, advertisements, plays and documentaries. Nathan’s classical training, combined with a talent for studio composition and sound design, makes him a truly versatile composer able to collaborate on a wide range of creative projects.
Nathan is rapidly making his mark composing for feature films including most recently Butterfly Kisses, produced by Blue Shadows Productions and developed by BBC Films and Film London. Highlights of Nathan’s composition for short film includes Rumble with BAFTA nominated Blindeye Films, which has been recognised by festivals worldwide, and Spitball in partnership with Northern Ireland Screen.
As an orchestrator Nathan has prepared music for recording sessions at Abbey Road, Air Lyndhurst Hall and Angel Studios. In addition to the BBC series War and Peace (BBC Wales/Weinstein Company) and the golden globe nominated score for Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs (Universal Pictures), he orchestrated for Nicole Garcia’s From the Land of the Moon (Studio Canal).
Nathan has particular experience in developing music for new theatre writing, having composed for Nina Raine’s Before You Were Born at Trafalgar Studios, Dry Land at the Jermyn Street Theatre and I and the Village at Theatre 503. His current project is Phoebe Eclair-Powell’s Fury at Soho Theatre. Most recently, Nathan composed original songs, music directed and scored David Farr’s adaption of The Odyssey for Nuffield Theatre. Past work for stage includes productions at The Oxford Playhouse, the Tokyo Metropolitan Arts Theatre and Yvonne Arnaud Theatre.