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Stéphane Horeczko is a composer and a French pianist born in 1968 in Paris.
He studied Jazz arrangement and piano at former Dick Grove School Of Music in Los Angeles. Back to France, he studied classical music writing with Margherita Parise of the Vienna School, and instrumentation with Allain Gaussin at Schola Cantorum. His meeting with
composer, saxophonist and music teacher David Angel (Universal Studios) was determining in his artistic progress.
Stéphane's selected film credits include Il faut que je l'aime (1995) a short film by Sébastien Lifshitz, PantinKruel (1997) a short film by Bertrand Dubesset, The Warning: Monday 10 am (2008) a feature film by Mark Hamilton. He also collaborated in the music realization of some major sound identities for the French agency Sixième Son: Paris Airport, Baccarat, Fnac ...
His sheet music for piano are distributed by EBR Music Publishing (France) in their
collection called IN EDIT, by Stretta Music (Germany) and by Online Sheet Music Music (USA).
Stéphane formed with Jazz saxophonist David Rousselet the duet KAPLAIN
(www.myspace.com/kaplain).
In September, 2009, Stéphane Horeczko self-released his debut album "G. 1888", a tribute to French composer Erik Satie and his "3 Gymnopédies" published in 1888.
The music of Stéphane Horeczko has been qualified as ambient, minimalist, neo-classic, improvised, introspective, modern classical.

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