Felix Arifin began his musical journey at the tender age of four, but it was not until middle school when he played the theme to DuckTales on piano for his classmates that he realized music was something crucial to his identity. Over the years, he has honed his performance and compositional skills to become the celebrated composer and pianist he is today.
As a composer, he has a knack for writing catchy, joyful melodies that capture the spirit of any given project. Some of his more notable works include the video game soundtrack to 2019 Webby Award Honoree Super Sloth, the music for the Turbo Pug video game series and the soundtrack to the short film documentary, Black Experience Project.
He is also noteworthy as a flexible and cordial collaborative pianist, having accompanied for the MacMillan Singers at the University of Toronto, the Mississauga Children's Chorus, and the Ault Singers, among others. Currently he is accompanying church services at St. Pius X Parish.
Felix Arifin is currently based in Toronto, Ontario.
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