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Composer Flint Juventino Beppe is genuinely captivated by nature and this deep fascination is evident in the music he writes.

Beppe has produced albums, films and events that present nature in a completely unique way, freed from conventional perceptions of time and space. This has, on a number of occasions, attracted attention on the very highest international artistic level, and has resulted in collaborations with Sir James Galway, Vladimir Ashkenazy and the Philharmonia Orchestra, among others. Two of his albums, including compositions describing nature and the starry sky north of the Arctic Circle, are Grammy-nominated.

With a diagnosis within the autism spectrum, Beppe lives a life secluded from society; surrounded by music in harmony with nature. This situation makes it challenging, because society with its dynamic trends and transient aspects is on a complete collision course with his musical, timeless genesis. To Beppe, composing is an innate communication between himself, nature and the pristine.

Beppe would be grateful for your contribution to creating livelihoods, further production and new compositions. Donations go directly to the composer.

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Multi-award-winning documentary about composer Flint Juventino Beppe (News on Request AS). In this documentary, we follow the production of the Grammy-nominated album FLUTE MYSTERY (2L). Shown on NRK "Fakta p lrdag" in 2009.

Surrounded by secrecy, composer Flint Juventino Beppe, 36, has captured the heart and minds of the international music scene. "I never compose music", Beppe says, "the tones just float around inside my head. When they get too loud, I have to breathe them out." This film is a story about a personal war, and about finally recapturing the love for music and life.

Exclusively available for streaming on www.fjb.space You can become the owner of a copy here.

With Philharmonia Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy, National Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, Sir James Galway, Emily Beynon, Catherine Beynon and Lindberg Lyd AS (2L).


This short presentation film with Vladimir Ashkenazy, Rune Bergmann, Wolfgang Plagge and Flint Juventino Beppe gives a brief, yet substantial introduction to Beppe's business.