Nikita Nikitin – composer

Nikita Nikitin was born in 1996 in the city of Uray (Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug – Yugra, Tyumen Oblast). From 2002 to 2011, he studied piano at the Urai junior music school. Between 2009 to 2011, he also played trombone in the brass band. From 2012 to 2014, he studied at the TTT Theater Studio as an actor and sound engineer. At the same time, he began to compose and arrange music.

He graduated in 2019 from the Ural State Conservatory named after M.P. Mussorgsky, majoring in musical sound engineering. During his student years, he became a laureate of international competitions in electro-acoustic music.

Currently, Nikita is working as a composer-arranger and sound engineer.

Some of the projects in which Nikita has participated as a composer and arranger include: “The Red Wolf”, a short film directed by Ivan Usoltsev, and “When a harp rings out in eternal halls of fame” based on the Lermontov poem “11th June, 1831” translated and performed by Thomas Beavit.