Stephen Malinowski clients

This page lists some people and organizations who have hired me to make animated graphical scores for them (or paid for licenses to use existing animations).



Björk commissioned me to make animated graphical scores for each of the nine songs in her Vulnicura album; these were projected live as part of her 2015 concert tour (shown above at King's Theatre, Brooklyn).

Nürnberg Symphony

The 2012 performance of the second movement of Beethoven's Symphony No. 7 with the Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra was the world premiere of my live-synchronized animated graphical scores.

Rosana Lanzelotte

Between 2012 and 2014, harpsichordist and educator Rosana Lanzelotte commissioned several videos for use in both live performance and interactive museum installation:

Alte Oper Frankfurt

In 2014, Alte Oper Frankfurt commissioned a video for a live-synchronized animated graphical score of Beethoven's String Quartet No. 14, performed by the Minguet Quartet; there was also an lobby installation to allow visitors to preview the animated graphical score:


In 2014, the Pilobolus Dance Company licensed a video of Brahms' Violin Sonata no. 3, second movement for use in their live dance concerts (the video was projected behind the dancers).



Björk commissioned me to make animated graphical scores for each of the ten songs in her 2011 Biophilia album, and to develop a custom player to allow these animations to be viewed as part of her Biophilia iPad app, the first app to be added to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art's permanent collection.

Gebrüder Beetz

Gebrüder Beetz commissioned me to make an animated graphical score of an excerpt of Wagner's The Flying Dutchman for inclusion in their 2013 app Wagnerwahn (accessed by clicking "Musikmaschine" in the app, see image above).


The Open University

In 2010, The Open University commissioned a video of J. S. Bach's 'Little' Fugue in G minor for inclusion in their online courseware. This video has also been licensed by the German film company X-Filme and others.

Westermann Schrödel

In 2010, Westermann Schrödel licensed my video of Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor for inclusion in a DVD about the music and life of Bach.


In 2014, The Juilliard School licensed licensed my video of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring for use with their students.

Cornell, Roger Moseley

In 2014, Cornell professor Roger Moseley licensed a recording of Mozart's Sonata for Two Pianos for use in the online edition of his book Keys to Play: Music as a Ludic Medium from Apollo to Nintendo.

Pearson Education

In 2013, Pearson Education hired me to make several custom videos for inclusion in the 3rd edition of their Listen to This online/digital text.

Cengage Learning

In 2014, Cengage Learning commissioned videos for the 2nd edition of Craig Wright's The Essential Listening to Music.


David McCutchen

In 1989, video artist David McCutchen commissioned videos of Chopin's Etude, opus 10 no. 4, which he crafted into his film Flat Out.


In 1996, Gulfnet commissioned a program of eight animations to be shown at one of their company meetings; this material was subsequently published as Program 2 on my MAM DVD (no longer available).

Broadview TV

In 2013, Broadview TV licensed my video of Igor Stravinsky's The Rite of Spring for broadcast on ARTE.

Inmaculada Vallejo

In 2016, composer Inmaculada Vallejo commissioned an animated graphical score of her piano piece Danza del viento.