Borrtex is a young piano composer from Prague, Czech Republic. His music got featured in over 3,000 international projects, including titles of Netflix, Showtime, HBO, Warner Brothers and more. His work also appeared in commercial placements of global brands such as Montblanc, Xiaomi, IKEA and others. His 2019 song thōughts was ranked TOP 30 in classical genre category on Apple Music. Borrtex’s full name is Daniel Bordovsky, he has been playing the piano since the age of 6, but decided to start producing his own music at the beginning of May 2017, when he visited Los Angeles and met James Newton Howard, who inspired him with his character and personal attitude to composing. Since then, Borrtex has officialy achieved over 100,000,000+ total music streams on platforms like Spotify, YouTube etc…
JAMES NEWTON HOWARD
…I was only 18 years old when I got the amazing opportunity to fly over to Los Angeles for the very first time. I used to be a film maker when I was younger, and we were working on a short documentary about hollywood studios, so we got to meet some really interesting people. One them was a world-wide known film composer James Newton Howard, who did music for movies like King Kong, The Hunger Games, Pretty Woman etc… He gave us a studio tour and I was just shocked by his kind and humble personal attitude. It’s almost like you can hear his soul in his music, the character really seems to reflect in his works. He even invited us for a lunch at his home, where we got to meet his family. It was the main experience for me, that made me think about pursuing career in the music industry. When I got back home, I immediately felt like I need to try working on my own stuff… and it totally caught me!!!
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THEY USED MY MUSIC
SINCE MAY 2017, MY MUSIC WAS USED IN MORE THAN 3,000 PROJECTS.
“MY MUSIC, MY ART”
BORRTEX – THOUGHTS (2019)
BORRTEX – CHRISTMAS TIME II (2018)
BORRTEX – UNTITLED LOVE STORY (2018)
BORRTEX – EMOTION (2017)
BORRTEX – CREATION (2017)
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