Called "a haunting artist to watch" by Rolling Stone, Alexandra Petkovski is an award-winning composer, producer, multi-instrumentalist, artist, and songwriter from Toronto, Canada - creating genre-defying music exploring contemporary polytextural, orchestral cinematic, hybrid-synth, trailerization, and vocalise sonic spaces.
A first place award winner for the 2023 World Trailer Awards, SOCAN’s 2022 Emerging Screen Composers Awards, 2022 Hollywood Music in Media and 20th Annual Game Audio Network Guild Awards winner, Alex’s music is heard across platforms like Fortnite, SXSW, Disney+, TIFF, Blumhouse Productions, Netflix, and HBO.
Alex's artist project, FJØRA, has become widely known throughout the Film/TV/Video Game worlds. Her coined genre - "cinematronic" - combines elements of electronic and cinematic styles. This is heard throughout her work across Film, TV, video games, commercials, such as music for “Welcome to the Blumhouse” (a reimagination of 4-Non Blondes hit song, “What’s Up,” as personally requested by Linda Perry) American Horror Story's "Double Feature,” theme song "Déjà Vu" for video game Deathloop (as heard in remixes by artists like Steve Aoki, Future and Madison Beer), custom music for Adidas’s 2022 International Women Campaign and additional score work for Grammy-winning composer Stephanie Economou (on Gillian Jacobs’ Disney/Lucasfilm feature documentary, “More Than Robots” - premiering at SXSW 2022, streaming on Disney+).
Alex is proud to serve as a director on the Alliance for Women Film Composers board of directors, director on the leadership board for the Screen Composers Guild of Canada, is a proud standing voting member of the Recording Academy, Society of Lyricists and Composers, World Soundtrack Awards, and is a composer in residence alumni with the Canadian Film Centre (chaired by Lesley Barber) and 2023 Los Angeles Film Conducting Intensive alumni (working under the guidance of William Ross). Alex is currently mentoring under Siddhartha Khosla (This is Us, Only Murders in the Building).