Ivan Uryupin — composer, conductor, author of cinema music.
He was born in Moscow in March 23 1980. Ivan wrote the music since five years. By the age of 18 years he was the author of a vast amount of music in different genres. Graduated and post-graduated from Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Since 2011 he is a teacher at the Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatory. Since 2017 he is a teacher of the Moscow Film School.
His filmography includes more than 60 films in the genres of drama, 3D-2D-animation, comedy, fantasy, horror, action, melodrama. A number of films participated in international film distribution, for example, the first Russian 3D animation film and TV series «Space Dogs» translated into 45 languages, shown in more than 160 countries around the world, the large-scale action drama «22 minutes», cycle of animated films «The big trip», the historical cartoon «The Swiss adventure», Chinese drama «Ice Beauty», multi-serials «To Embrace the Sky», «Anchestral land», first Russian Dolby Athmos animation «Seraphima» etc.

Ivan Uryupin is the author of a number of compositions and arrangements of instrumental, vocal and choral music.

The orchestration of music has been made exclusively by the author.
Ivan Uryupin cooperates with Soyuzmultfilm, Kinoatis, Central Partnership, Starmedia, Maxim Gorky Film Studio, Licensed brands, Bazelevs, VID, Valday, Yunost, Film Studio «National film center», Epic Pictures (USA), Sigur, Stella, Janr, Absolut fim, Raketa, North-west Asia (China), Metronome, Pchela etc.

Ivan Uryupin is the author of interdisciplinary scientific research on the impact of music on brain processes, conducted a number of scientific experiments together with employees Institute of Higher Nervous Activity and Neurophysiology of RAS (IHNA&NPh RAS) according to the results of this activities published articles in European scientific journals.

The research became the basis of the author’s theory of musical neurophysiology.

Ivan Uryupin — member of the Union of Cinematographers of the Russian Federation.