Berlin-based composer and pianist Felix Rösch blends his passion for experimental electronic music with classical orchestrations.
Felix' music is featured on several Spotify editorial playlists, was streamed 3+ million times, with film synchronizations and radio play from New York’s WQXR, to UK’s Scala radio and many more.
He draws heavily from influences like Radiohead and Thom York, Caroline Shaw and Steve Reich, Nils Frahm and Jóhann Jóhannsson— just to name a few.
Felix studied classical piano at the Robert Schumann University of Music and Media Düsseldorf, sound engineering at the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, and composition at the Film University Babelsberg.
Over the past years, his soundtracks have frequently been performed and recorded by world-renowned orchestras like the WDR Symphony Orchestra & Choir, the Frankfurt Radio Symphony and the German Film Orchestra Babelsberg. His music can be heard in countless theater performances, audiobook soundtracks, and film scores.