Amir Shoenfeld is a London based composer, songwriter and music producer with experience in musical theatre, contemporary dance and pop music.
In the world of theatre, Amir has won the 2020 Stiles & Drewe Best New Song Prize and was also a nominated finalist for the award in 2019. He has written the song 'Looking at the Moon', selected by Tony-Award-winning composer/lyricist Jason Robert Brown as the winner of the A Song for our Time competition (2020). Amir has been featured on several prestigious showcases including BEAM2018 (the biggest showcase of new musical theatre in the UK) and SIGNAL (curated by the award-winning director and producer Adam Lenson). He has also worked as an associate lecturer on the MA in Musical Theatre at Goldsmiths College, University of London (2016-2019).
In the world of contemporary dance, Amir has composed several scores for the award-winning dance-theatre company Second Hand Dance, including Grass (2015), Getting Dressed (2017) and Night Tree (2018).
In the world of pop music, Amir produced the critically acclaimed album Desire Lines by Fictonian (2015), which was released on Distiller Records and enjoyed a national tour alongside Mercury-Prize-nominee Nick Mulvey. Amir has worked as a studio producer for Powerstudio London and produced ‘Nimeni Pe Drum’, Israel’s entry into the Golden Stag, Europe’s second biggest song contest. Amir is also the songwriter-curator of the first AI Eurovision song ‘Blue Jeans and Bloody Tears’, winner of two Lovie Awards with over 5 million views on YouTube.
The Thing That I've Been Looking For
I’m Your Guy
Looking at the Moon
A Man Called John
I’m Not A Quitter
Desire Lines is the critically acclaimed debut album by the artist Fictonian (Distiller Records 2015). The album had a successful UK headline tour and toured alongside Mercury-Music-Prize-nominee Nick Mulvey.