Jonathan Zwartz

To Spring From The Hand (2014) - Documentary

Kaching! Pokies Nation (2016) - Documentary

Madhattan (2017) - Documentary

The Scribe (2018) - Documentary

Backtrack Boys (2018) - Documentary

Man Up campaign (2017) - TVC

ACRF Fight Cancer campaign (2018) - TVC

NSW

Jonathan Zwartz is a double bassist and composer. He has recorded three instrumental albums, - ‘the Sea’ which was awarded two Bell Awards in 2010 and ‘the Remembering and Forgetting of the Air’, which received an AIR award in 2013 and most recently ‘Animarum, released in 2018. He has studied Screen Composition at the Australian Film Television and Radio School and has a Masters (Music) from the Australian National University. He has composed Music for the documentary ‘To Spring From The Hand’ about the life and work of artist and dancer Paulus Berensohn, (2014), Ka-Ching Pokies Nation 2016, Madhattan (with Amanda Brown 2017) the Scribe (with Kristin Rule 2018), Backtrack Boys (also with Kristin Rule 2018) and a number of short films as well as promotional ads including ‘Man Up’ (ABC TV) that went viral worldwide with 70 million hits. Jonathan has been an APRA (Australasian Performing Rights Association) Ambassador since 2010. Jonathan can be contacted at jonathan.zwartz@gmail.com

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