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Stephen Endelman

Stephen Endelman is a Grammy-nominated composer, arranger, producer, and educator.  His work ranges from lush, classical film scores, to contemporary, pop-driven tapestries. He has also worked with many elite artists, including Elvis Costello, Diana Krall, Matt Goss, Sheryl Crow, Robbie Williams, Alanis Morissette, Natalie Cole and the soprano Renee Fleming.

In 2017 Stephen was a crown prosecution witness in the trial of Trever Bolton who abused him for 3 years while he was at boarding school. Stephen wrote and produced an award winning short biographical film A Boy a Man and a Kite which explores grooming, forgiveness and the long term physical and mental health impacts of abuse.

He recently decided to join forces with Freedom From Abuse as his chosen path. Honoured to become the  Patron to help bring awareness to those who have been abused and have or might have long term health problems as a result

Stephen is currently scoring and producing a feature film Boon, as well as being a professor at The Guildhall School Music and Drama London England and The Sibelius Academy in Helsinki Finland.