Fatrin Krajka is an award winning composer and classical pianist based in New York City. His early accomplishments emerged from his exploration of widely varying musical genres, including classical, jazz, electronic and world ethnic. His most rewarding endeavors have been his numerous and acclaimed partnerships with American and international filmmakers, luxury fashion houses and art directors. These collaborations developed a curated musical palette ranging from classical symphony orchestra to modern hybrid sound designs.
His film scoring experience extends from drama to comedy, mystery, fantasy, Sci-Fi, and thriller. Fatrin's unique compositional approach seeks to convey a musical dimension that leaves a lasting emotional trace, which makes him a highly sought after composer.
In addition to composition, Fatrin has established himself as a classical pianist with critically acclaimed interpretational skills that he showcased on numerous international concert stages including Carnegie Hall and Merkin Hall.
Originally from Albania, Fatrin was raised in a celebrated family of musicians. His father, with whom he originally studied composition and orchestration, is a renowned composer and songwriter. His mother is a former violist with the Albanian National Orchestra of Opera and Ballet. In 1992, Fatrin emigrated to New York, and was subsequently accepted to La Guardia High School for Music and Performing Arts, where he studied viola and pursued his education in piano. His talent rapidly flourished, and led him to hone his pianistic skills at the very prestigious Manhattan School of Music.