Jóhann Jóhannsson is an Icelandic composer who currently lives in Berlin. Jóhann´s background is in Iceland’s vibrant alternative music scene, but his best known work is unique blend of chamber music and electronics. His debut album “Englabörn” appeared in 2002 and he has since released 5 solo albums on the labels Touch and 4AD. Jóhannsson has composed music for several major films including Prisoners (2013) starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman and The Theory of Everything (2014) a film about the relationship between Stephen Hawking and his wife. He has also written commissioned works for Bang on a Can and Theatre of Voices among others. He has composed music for the theatre and contemporary dance and was the founder of the Reykjavik based art collective Kitchen Motors and the all-analogue Apparat Organ Quartet.