Yohann Zveig

Yohann Zveig (born October 10, 1979) is a French composer and producer. He began his career playing and singing on stage, and composing music for several singers. However, Yohann's prime passion was composing music for films. This is why he decided to specialize in film score composition. The first original soundtrack that he scored was for the short-film Resistance, directed by Amine Chiboub. This experience was a revelation for Yohann. From this moment on he knew he wanted to be a film score composer. The success of Resistance opened the door on a first long feature-film: Half the Sky, a franco-moroccan film directed by Abdelkader Lagtaâ. The film proved to be a resounding success and won numerous awards, which enabled Yohann to continue writing for many short and feature films. He also scored more than 200 documentaries, commercials, and many anthems for international Football Associations like FIFA, UEFA and DFB. He also recently worked on four modern rhapsodies for the European cities of Hamburg, Dublin, Bucharest and Amsterdam. The music is orchestral, epic and ... [ more ]



Michal Smorawinski, Yohann Zveig, Gabriel Brosteanu, Jordan Caygill, Caleb Hannan, Adam Brown


Yohann Zveig

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