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MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone.
FILM MUSIC
Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020
* the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Disconnections // 2015 Waiting for Giddo // 2016 So What?! // 2018 I Am That // 2014
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now.
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014.
THEATER MUSIC
Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved
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FILM MUSIC
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone.
Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020
* the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Disconnections // 2015 Waiting for Giddo // 2016 I Am That // 2014 So What?! // 2018
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now. video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014.
Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved
FILM MUSIC
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone.
Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020
* the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Disconnections // 2015 Waiting for Giddo // 2016 I Am That // 2014 So What?! // 2018
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now. video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014.
Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone. Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Waiting for Giddo // 2016 Disconnections // 2015
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists.
So What?! // 2018 I Am That // 2014
video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin
THEATER MUSIC
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now.
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014. Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone. Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Disconnections // 2015 Waiting for Giddo // 2016
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists.
So What?! // 2018 I Am That // 2014
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now. video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin
THEATER MUSIC
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014. Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone. Music composition and production for "The Age of Mephisto" a Documentary by Shredy Jabarin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual docu Music composition and production for "Song of Solomon" Film by Sixth Borough Productions New York/Berlin // 2020 * the video above is symbolic and does not show the actual film
Waiting for Giddo // 2016 Disconnections // 2015
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists.
So What?! // 2018 I Am That // 2014
video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now.
THEATER MUSIC
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014. Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
MUSIC COMPOSITION for FILM & THEATER Maria GoJa is composing music for films, theater, video productions, podcasts and advertisement. Since childhood creating music for stories was her growing passion. In early age she took piano and violin lessons and played in the orchestra. Starting with children books, a cassette player and various instruments, later Maria studied various music cultures at University with a Master of Arts degree. Her musical decisions are influenced by her classical background, Folk, Jazz, electronic music and her studies of different music cultures like North Indian Dhrupad, middle eastern and West African music styles. Depending on the story or message, the musical choices or styles, she is composing and producing various genres, exploring different sound worlds outside the musical comfort zone. Disconnections // 2015
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film deals with the mindset and lifestyle of our modern western world. GoJa created a Berlin related electronical cinematic filmmusic that reflects the conflicting priorities of the protagonists. Waiting for Giddo // 2016
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin The short film is telling the story of three women from a different world that come to save humanity from self destruction. GoJa composed an electronic, outwordly city soundtrack. I Am That // 2014
written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin An philosophical video piece with a unique perspective on experiencing reality by seeing ourselves in everyone and everything. Examining the relationship between our inner and outer world, art and life, maker and observer, mind and now. So What?! // 2018
MUSIC FOR THEATER MissFire 2011-2014 MissFire is a theaterplay written and directed by Shredy the original music composed by Maria GoJa. This project was evolving from a unique, intercultural collaboration with Shredy Jabarin, a palestinian actor, director and writer from Tel Aviv. Both met several times in Berlin and Israel to visit all relevant places and travel between different worlds. A journey about dealing with manifold identities, formed as social, cultural and political by our limiting constraints; about longing for an universal to overcome unintended distance. The monodrama performed on stage from February until September 2012 in Tel Aviv Arab-Hebrew Theater and on the Festival of Acre in arabic language (Actor: Ibrahim Sakalla). Maria explored Shredys profound lyrics to the core and composed the music without interfering in the original, pure message. A Song Album was published in 2014.
video art written, filmed and directed by Shredy Jabarin
Sometimes at Night 2012 The Soundtrack of Sometimes at Night was composed and musically directed by Maria GoJa for an interdisciplinary experiential performance piece, written by Andrea Goldman. The mystical music language reminds of folkloric themes and far away places, told by the singing Lady Trees (Maria GoJa, Annika Hillebrand, Birte Fuchs and Carla Figueroa). The music Album was published in 2013.
 The piece tells the epic story of three sisters and their painstaking journey towards wholeness. Inspired by myths, legends and folkloric stories of women throughout time, this is an exploration of what it means to rediscover the primal within– the wild woman spirit.
 How do we regain the strength of true human values? We’ve been fragmented into pieces through the various roles in our lives. We’ve strayed from the path of creativity, we’ve lost the roots of expression. Text: The Box Collective
© Maria GoJa 2021 all rights reserved