Flint Juventino Beppe and music
— an inseparable entity

Composing and creative art is a lifestyle for Flint Juventino Beppe (b.1973). As long as he can remember, music has occupied his mind.

He started creating music in his childhood: everything from songs, electroacoustic music to orchestral works.

As per 2019, Beppe's production comprises about 200 titles, more than 80 opuses, including commissions and works for piano, flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, double bass, string orchestra and orchestral works like flute concertos, piano concertos and symphonic poems. Beppe also writes ballet music, electroacoustic music, film soundtracks, songs and lyrics.

He has contributed as composer on several albums. FLUTE MYSTERY and REMOTE GALAXY (2L) were Grammy-nominated in 2010 and 2015, and feature conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy, Emily Beynon, Mark van de Wiel, Ralph Rousseau and Philharmonia Orchestra. His own label Symbiophonic has released more than 15 albums and films, including ABOUT MY GRANDFATHER and INFINITY CHIMES by Norwegian Radio Orchestra.

Other artists he has worked with include Sir James Galway, Andreas Blau, Die 14 Berliner Flötisten, Rune Bergmann, Ari Rasilainen, Wolfgang Plagge, Leonard Slatkin and National Symphony Orchestra.

The Symbiophony Film Concept, invented by Beppe, uses music or sounds as the foundation for any artistic expression that can be added to create an artistic symbiosis. This includes the films MONTAGNA CON FORZA and VICINO ALLA MONTAGNA.

Memberships: Deutscher Komponistenverband, GEMA and GVL.

Sheet Music | Publisher: The FJB Fingerprint
Releases | Label: Symbiophonic 2L

 Deutsche Version

In EXHALING MUSIC (2009), we follow the production of the Grammy-nominated album FLUTE MYSTERY by Flint Juventino Beppe (2L). Featuring Philharmonia Orchestra, Vladimir Ashkenazy, National Symphony Orchestra, Leonard Slatkin, Sir James Galway, Emily Beynon, Catherine Beynon and Lindberg Lyd AS.

In this orchestral music playlist you can listen to flute concertos, piano concertos and symphonic poems.



Catherine Beynon, Emily Beynon, Vladimir Ashkenazy, Sir James Galway, Flint Juventino Beppe and Leonard Slatkin.    

I call the art I make "fingerprints", because they do represent my musical or artistic version of the impressions I have inhaled.