Alexander Geringas

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Alex Geringas
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Background information
Birth name Alex Geringas
Born (1971-03-02) March 2, 1971 (age 43)
Moscow, Soviet Union,
Genres Pop
Rock
Hip hop
Classical
Occupation(s) record producer, songwriter, composer,
Years active 1998-present
Associated acts Rand , Blaze N Vill , Jaira Noelani
Website http://www.alexgeringas.com/[1]

Alex Geringas (born March 2, 1971 in Moscow) is a record producer, songwriter and composer based in Los Angeles, USA.

Biography[edit]

Alexander Geringas, also credited as Alex Geringas or Alex G, is a Grammy (2013) , BMI Pop (2013,2014) and ECHO- (German Grammy 1998,2003) winning Songwriter and Composer from Russia, living in Los Angeles. He had 13 #1 records and scored the most successful Family Entertainment Trilogy (Hanni & Nanni 1-3) in Germany before he relocated to LA. His adeptness for a multitude of genres, sense for comedy, and blending indie and modern electronic dance music with traditional film scoring has put him on the map. He won a Grammy and 2 BMI Pop Awards. Recent clients include: Dreamworks Animation Film, Dreamworks Animation TV, Netflix, CBS ,Universal Pictures, Hallmark Pictures, Endemol US/ABC, Warner Brothers Film Germany. He wrote and/or produced songs for/with Artists like Kelly Clarkson,Anastacia,Leona Lewis,Jessica Sutta (ex Pussycat Dolls) among many others and released most recently with his Artist Project "Blaze n Vill" their first Single "Who's da King" (Theme Song of the DWA/Netflix Show All Hail King Julien. Accompaning the Dreamworks Movie "The Penguins of Madagascar" Alex produced and cowrote with Mike Himelstein their Christmas Album feat. his Artist in development RAND among others.

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Awards[edit]

1998 Echo Award - Best Newcomer - Die 3.Generation
2003 Echo Award - Best Video - No Angels "Something about us"
2013 BMI London Award - Kelly Clarkson "Dark Side"
2013 Grammy Award - "Best Pop Vocal Album" , Kelly Clarkson (contains "Dark Side")
2014 BMI Pop Award - Kelly Clarkson "Dark Side"

References[edit]

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