Ilia Eshkenazy Jossifov

Ilia Eshkenazy Jossifov

Music Composer

Tel Aviv, Israel

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About Ilia

Ilia Eshkenazy Jossifov, born in Sofia Bulgaria in 1970. Begins playing piano and violin in early childhood and continues his music education at The National School of Music Sofia.
1983 - moves with his family to Stuttgart, Germany, where in 1988 he studies piano, conducting, composition and singing at The Staatliche Hochschule für Musik Stuttgart.

1990 - The Stuttgarter Ballett performs his composition “One Day” choreographed by
Renato Zanella, which brought further works with established choreographers.

1995 - starts his career as an opera singer and professional musician at the small town of Bielefeld.
1997 - engagement at the Baadisches Staatstheater Karlsruhe under the musical direction of Kazushi Ono.

2000 - attends The Staatsoper Berlin under the musical direction of Daniel Barenboim.

2014 - moves to Tel Aviv, where he becomes a member of The New Israeli Opera under Daniel Oren, participating as well in concerts of The Israel Philharmonic Orchestra under maestro Zubin Mehta.

As a film composer Ilia Eshkenazy Jossifov is known for the award winning documentaries Star Tours, Mont Blanc and Messner's Alps, following the features The House of Adam and POX. Currently working on several film projects and concert works. For more details please visit IMDB.


  • The Next James Bawnd

    The Next James Bawnd (2018)
    Television Composer

  • 8 Doors

    8 Doors (2017)
    Film (Thriller) Composer Preceding her death a young woman relives her life in a mirror world, giving her the chance to fight her killer.

  • Here Now

    Here Now (2017)
    Film (Short and Drama) Composer A magical reality about a family coping with grief.

  • Our Parents Lied

    Our Parents Lied (2015)
    Film (Short, Drama, Horror and Thriller) Music department In search of a cure for the zombie epidemic, abused siblings drive cross-country with their undead mother in the trunk.

  • Pox

    Pox (2011)
    Film (Comedy and Sci-Fi) Composer The Manson family meets Austin Powers.

  • Rodents

    Rodents (2010)
    Film by Jozef K. Richards (Short, Crime and Drama) Composer The difference between rats and squirrels is the difference of a bushy tail. Is a 'bushy tail' all that separates the homeless from those who aren't?

  • Seffy D

    Seffy D (2008)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Composer Get to know the already world-famous Nick 'Seffy D' Sefiddashti a little better through this up-close and personal documentary.

  • Messners Alpen

    Messners Alpen (2007)
    Television (Documentary) Composer Add a Plot »

  • The House of Adam

    The House of Adam (2006)
    Film (Crime, Drama, Horror, Mystery and 2 More) Composer This is the newest, most dramatic and most thought-provoking cinematic thriller from Jorge Ameer, director of The Singing Forest. This intensely emotional supernatural tale revolves around Adam, a congenial recluse living quietly in a small town, who is brutally murdered by a trio of religious fanatics. His lover, a closeted police detective, is forced to live with the guilt and sorrow of having kept his now-deceased lover isolated and hidden from view within their cozy but isolated cabin.  Concerned about the reaction of his colleagues within the police force, he keeps his lifestyle a secret, suppressing any real insights into his inner core. One day, ironically, he becomes the victim of his own double-sided values. The results evolve into a tragic and traumatic ordeal for Anthony as he's forced, as part of a murder that he's charged with unraveling, to unearth the bodily remains of the victim (his former lover) as the first step in solving the mystery.  Things turn scary when Adam's... Written by jaa1

  • Mont Blanc - Gefahr im Gletscher

    Mont Blanc - Gefahr im Gletscher (2005)
    TV Movie by Liesl Clark (Documentary) Composer

  • Nova

    Nova (2004)
    Television by Lisa Leombruni (Documentary and Biography) Composer A weekly documentary series, each episode providing an in-depth look at a different subject of scientific research. Subjects examined by this show have included the cutting edge of theoretical physics, a return to the Chernobyl nuclear reactor, the long-term effects of Amazon deforestation, and the development of life-saving medical techniques. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <>

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