Eleanor Fineston-Robertson



London-based visual media composer and sound designer, E Fineston-Robertson writes music and sound for TV, Film, Advertisements, Idents, Animations and Installations. They have composed music and worked with various clients, including: Barbican Centre, City of London, DHL, MET, LFA, MICA, UAL, Goldsmiths, The National Trust, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, EBRD and Illuminated River. As well as collaborating with Mcasso and the National Theatre. Once compositions are polished and ready, session players regularly jump onboard for the final take. E Fineston-Robertson has the added experience of setting up the studio for recording sessions, organising parts, conducting, and post-production.

SHORTER BIOGRAPHY
London-based visual media composer and sound designer, Eleanor Fineston-Robertson writes music and sound for TV, Film, Advertisements, Galleries, Idents, Animations and Installations.
LONGER BIOGRAPHY
London-based visual media composer and sound designer, E Fineston-Robertson writes music and sound for TV, Film, Advertisements, Idents, Animations and Installations. They have composed music and worked with various clients, including: Barbican Centre, City of London, DHL, MET, LFA, MICA, UAL, Goldsmiths, The National Trust, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, EBRD and Illuminated River. As well as collaborating with Mcasso and the National Theatre.
Using a session orchestra and manipulating the voices of men and woman who built, maintained and operated Tower Bridge, E Fineston-Robertson created an impressive underscore and sound-design for City of London's Tower Bridge's 125th anniversary celebration. This was truly a remarkable and unmissable event. Peter Bennett, TV Producer, wrote ‘the post event exercise up the 100 stairs only helped to warmup the naturally chilled surroundings!’
E Fineston-Robertson created three scored soundtracks to the 'Ludwig' Animated series for live performance, with the original animator Peter Lang in the audience and Jon Glover, as before, narrating live to the orchestra. A moment from history brought back to life. Commissioned by the Barbican Centre, sponsored by DHL, for the Beethoven Weekender event, ‘the music fitted beautifully with the action and showed real empathy and understanding for what we originally tried to achieve. I am still smiling.’ - Peter Lang, original animator.
E Fineston-Robertson was lucky enough to have been involved in composing the music for the Illuminated River project. Illuminated River is now the longest public art commission in the world, measuring 3.2 miles in length. The artwork will be seen by over 90 million people a year. The piece, entitled ‘Born Again Ben,’ was written, conducted, produced, mixed and mastered by E Fineston-Robertson. A big thank you to the Guildhall Session Orchestra for performing the aforementioned piece in the studio. And another big thank you to the String Quartet, Players of Guildhall Session Orchestra for playing a live version of the piece by the riverside on the day of the launch.
Once compositions are polished and ready, session players regularly jump onboard for the final take. E Fineston-Robertson has the added experience of setting up the studio for recording sessions, organising parts, conducting, and post-production.

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Using a session orchestra and manipulating the voices of men and woman who built, maintained and operated Tower Bridge, E Fineston-Robertson created an impressive underscore and sound-design for City of London's Tower Bridge's 125th anniversary celebration. This was truly a remarkable and unmissable event. Peter Bennett, TV Producer, wrote ‘the post event exercise up the 100 stairs only helped to warmup the naturally chilled surroundings!’
E Fineston-Robertson created three scored soundtracks to the 'Ludwig' Animated series for live performance, with the original animator Peter Lang in the audience and Jon Glover, as before, narrating live to the orchestra. A moment from history brought back to life. Commissioned by the Barbican Centre, sponsored by DHL, for the Beethoven Weekender event, ‘the music fitted beautifully with the action and showed real empathy and understanding for what we originally tried to achieve. I am still smiling.’ - Peter Lang, original animator.

TESTIMONIALS

Oh my goodness! These are amazing!!! I love them all! You captured perfectly the vibes I wanted! you left me honestly speechless here. You're doing amazing work! Thank you so much (Alexandre Peduti Halah)
They sound absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much! It's absolutely unreal, I am stunned! Thank you so so so much! It's still crazy to me that my little animation will have such a grand soundtrack! (Alexandre Peduti Halah)
Nailing that mix (Danilo Ricci)
You completely smashed it Eleanor, thank you so much. So excited for it to go live (Os Leanse)
That was amazing. At such a professional level too, I’m so impressed (Daniel Ndiwe)
I like it a lot. You have a serious talent (Tom Piette)
This is SO BRILLIANT Eleanor!!! Oh my god… it surpasses every expectation, thank you so much!! (Os Leanse)
These are so beautiful wow!!!! It was such a pleasure working with you (Lois Pearson)
I really like that a lot, it fits perfectly (Thomas Coleman)
Wow, its sounding insane (Sam Dinley)
All of the music works beautifully, and I cannot tell you enough how thankful I am that you took this project on (Nicky Lowe)
Omgggg Eleanor that sounds amazing absolutely love it omggg you are so talented!!! Honestly I can't tell you how amazing this is, it's literally what I feel from the scene. Btw I have sent this to the producer, DOP, choreographer, and editor and they absolutely loveeeee it!!! (Freya Alcock)

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