Oleksii Ostapchuk – ukrainian composer, who writes music and makes arrangements in different styles: from spiritual vocal music to modern electronic, was born in 1980 in Kirovograd, Ukraine.
He has beautiful lyryc-dramatic baritone, plays the piano, guitar, sopilka (ukrainian flute), writes poetry on russian language.
In 2006 he wrote music for japanese play “Toire wa kochira” (Betsuyaku Minoru) that was presented at Rikkokay Hall, Tokyo by ukrainian theatre group “Techiya” in the Ukrainian Days of culture in Japan.
Oleksii Ostapchuk has a great experience in writing music for TV advertisement and films. He worked as a composer with such big ukrainian post-production studios as “AvTv”, “PostModern”, “Baker st.”, “StarMedia Film company” and for several years with “MTV-Ukraine” as a sound producer.