Strezov Music Productions Ltd. is a company based in Sofia, Bulgaria. It was created by George Strezov - composer for Media who has worked on a large number of projects for TV, film, video games, radio.
George Strezov was always passionate about film music - he started working when he was 15 years old and since then he has made the music for various projects, such as the TV series "Durvoto na Zhivota" ("The Tree of Life"), "Na Granitsata" ("On The Border"), the movies "Corpse Collector", "Number 1000", "The Silence", "Short Stop on the Way", the critically acclaimed short films "69", "Every pilgrim's way", "Room Number 4" and "Playing Marbles", the opening music for 2012's Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championship, the documentary series "The path of human civilization" and many more, including music for video games like Haemimmont's "Victor Vran", Masthead's "Guns & Robots", Ivent Games' "Strength of the Sword 3". He has also written music for theatre, TV, radio, commercials and concert works.
George studied orchestration with one of bulgarian's most acclaimed composers - prof. Alexander Tekeliev and conducting with the world-wide known conductor prof. Adriana Blagoeva (conductor of Sofia Boys' Choir). He is able to compose music that is at very professional level - music that can be played live or synthesized with computer instruments. He is also able to work on tight schedules and can work in teams - qualities that are needed when making music for Media.
In late 2012 George created "Strezov Sampling" - a critically acclaimed sampling company whose samples are used all around the world by famous Media composer. Later on he worked with the popular trailer library "Two Steps From Hell" doing score preparation for their albums "Colin Frake" and "Sun" by Thomas Bergersen. In 2014 he did the orchestration on Edward Patrick White's feature film "Listening" and had the pleasure of conducting a chamber string orchestra in "Sphere Studios", London. Apart from that, George has written a number of tutorials and articles regarding music production that are still very popular.