Michael David Hoppé, an English composer, was born in
Egypt and resides in Los Angeles. His music has been heard on
programs ranging from HBO's The Sopranos to The Oprah Winfrey
Show; he has scored feature films including Misunderstood and
Eyes of the Wind. His recordings were the official music for the
Palm Springs and Santa Barbara International Film Festivals, and
his music has been extensively used in workshops by authors such
as Julia Cameron, Sarah Breathnach, and Robert Cooper.
Michael Hoppé's songs have been recorded
by a variety of performers, including Tim Wheater, Martin Tillman,
Zamfir, Frank Mills, Eliza Gilkyson, Louise Di Tullio, and Eugene
Fodor. His work in the music industry has brought him several
gold and platinum records. As a senior executive at Polygram,
he was responsible for signing such diverse talents as Vangelis,
The Who, Kitaro, Jean-Michel Jarre, and ABBA.
Michael Hoppé's albums The Yearning and Afterglow won AFIM Awards as CD of the Year and Best New Age Album, respectively.
His 12 previous albums can be found in stores internationally
and at Michael
Hoppe's official website.
Grammy Finalist Michael Hoppe,
nominated for his album
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