Filip Leyman SWEDEN
Filip is currently nominated for the HARPA Nordic Film Composers Award alongside Anna von Hausswolff for their work in "The Most Beatiful Boy in the World."
Filip Leyman is a Swedish musician, composer and music producer.
He’s been an active touring multi-instrumentalist for over a decade and has produced more than 50 albums out of his Gothenburg based studio, with artists such as Anna von Hausswolff, Albert Af Ekenstam, Sumie, Erki Pärnoja, Nikolai Dunger & Matthias Hellberg. Albums he has produced has received 10 Swedish and Estonian Grammy nominations (Grammis & Estonian Music Awards) in total, that resulted in 6 wins.
Selection of production work:
2012 - Anna von Hausswolff, Ceremony
2015 - Anna von Hausswolff, The Miraculous
2015 - Xenia Kriisin, Bleed
2016 - Albert Af Ekenstam, Ashes
2017 - Bror Gunnar Jansson, And The Great Unknown Part I & Part II
2018 - Erki Pärnoja, Saja Lugu (music created for the 100th anniversary of the Republic of Estonia)
2018 - Nicolai Dunger, Terror & Tradition
2019 - Nicole Sabouné, Come My Love
2019 - Sumie, Mirou
2019 - Anna Kaneelina, Anna Kaneelina
2021 - Naoko Sakata, Dancing Spirits
2021 - Erki Pärnoja, Collegium Musicale, Anima Mea
2022 - Anna von Hausswolff’s music for János Szászs Natthärbärget at Dramaten, Stockholm
2022 - Anna von Hausswolff’s music for ‘Paris Memories’ directed by Alice Winocour