Fatrin Krajka is an award-winning composer and pianist based in NYC.
Celebrated for his unique compositional voice, Fatrin unites classical and contemporary elements with a signature intelligence. His most rewarding endeavors have been his numerous and acclaimed collaborations with American and international filmmakers, art directors and visual artists.
His recent work includes music for the multi-disciplinary project “ But for Whats My Axis” A trilogy project incorporating the collaboration of contemporary art, musical score, poetry and performance dance which premiered at the Totah and Fridman gallery in 2018. Currently Fatrin is composing his second String Quartet as well as a new contemporary chamber ensemble work, Zoltavia. Fatrin is also releasing his second album “Empire”. His first soundtrack album “Zois” was released in 2017. On the film side, his scores have been showcased in numerous film festivals, as well as BAFTA LA and the Student Academy Awards. He was also awarded "Best Score in a Feature" at the Southampton Film Festival (UK) for "Anatomy of the Tide" in 2015.
In addition to composition, Fatrin has established himself as a pianist celebrated for his ability to generate compelling musical imagery through sound. His critically acclaimed interpretive skills both a soloist and chamber musician have been showcased on numerous international concert stages including Carnegie Hall and Merkin Hall
Furthermore, Fatrin is has been invited to serve as judge in prestigious film festivals and music events such as Brooklyn Film Festival and the International Film Festival of NY.