Tom Hodge is an Ivor Novello-nominated composer, pianist, and clarinettist. He is known for pushing the boundaries of experimental contemporary classical through his collaborations with artists including Floex, Max Cooper, and Eivør, which blend electronic production and jazz aesthetics with his emotive and familiar song structures and melodies. He has released three albums as Piano Interrupted, his electronic chamber music project with Franz Kirmann, and one album in collaboration with Floex which released on Mercury KX.
Most recently, Hodge composed the score for Kevin Macdonald’s The Mauritanian, starring Tahar Rahim, Jodie Foster and Benedict Cumberbatch. Previous credits include the acclaimed BBC/AMC crime drama series McMafia, starring James Norton and David Strathairn, which he wrote and produced the score for all eight episodes with his frequent collaborator Franz Kirmann, the feature-length documentary The Man Behind the Microphone, directed by Claire Belhassine, and the docu-drama series Rise of the Nazis for 72 films / BBC studios.
In addition to writing music for film, TV, ballet, and award-winning ad campaigns, Hodge has provided arrangements for classical artists like cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason (Decca Records) and has created classical remixes of Daft Punk’s ‘Aerodynamic’ (Ministry of Sound) and ‘Paganini Rocks’ with Rob da Bank, Tom Middleton, and Au Revoir Simone (Sunday Best).
He is currently working on the upcoming second season of AMC / BBC’s TV series McMafia.