Elwin Hendrijanto is an award winning international film composer and pianist based in Jakarta and London. Born in Indonesia, his field of expertise crosses across multiple genres including classical, film music, world music, orchestral, and pop/rock.
As a composer, Elwin composes music for films, advertisements, games, and animations as well as concert pieces. His works have been performed, broadcasted, and screened all across the globe. His notable projects includes music for the 2018 ASIAN GAMES, Beach Boys, 88Rising, Roy Orbison, BBC Concert Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, and London Symphony Orchestra. In 2016 Elwin was commissioned by the Indonesian government to re-orchestrate The Indonesian National Anthem “Indonesia Raya” for the government new campaign. Elwin’s portfolio for advertisements has a broad variety from music for international luxury brands as CHANEL, BMW, Fincantieri, and Steinway&Sons piano to the theme songs and film music for major companies as: BCA, Djarum, Bank Mandiri, SinarMas, Gudang Garam, 3 Network, Indosat Ooredoo, etc. Some of his exclusive works are proudly published by TV/film music (UK and Hollywood) publisher Eaton Music Ltd.
As a pianist, Elwin is currently working in a commercial piano duo project with British pianist/music producer Dominic Ferris known as The Piano Brothers supported by the international piano brand Steinway&Sons touring around the globe. He has performed in various prestigious venues including the Steinway Hall London, Kings Place London, Esplanade Singapore, Abbey Road Studios, Vredenburg Utrecht, and many more. In 2019, The Piano Brothers was featured in the BBC Friday Night is Music Night.
Elwin completed his Master of Music-Composition for Screen and Integrated Masters-PGdip in Piano Performance with First Class Honours from the Royal College of Music, London. His study was kindly supported by scholarships from the Prince Bernhard Cultural Funds. Previously, he graduated Cum Laude for his Bachelor of Music Performance at Utrecht Conservatorium in the Netherlands.