Eunike Tanzil is a polished composer for media and concert music. Born and raised in 1998 in Sumatra, Indonesia, Eunike has been living there for 17 years before moving to Boston, United States, to pursue her career in music. In 2016 she received a full scholarship from the Berklee College of Music, where she deepened her knowledge in composition, film scoring, and conducting.
In 2019, her compositions won multiple awards. Most notably, she received the Earle Brown Award for outstanding composition achievement for her wind-ensemble composition titled “Spirit of Garuda”, which was commissioned by the Boston Latin School. Her clarinet and piano duo titled “Catching Time!”, won the Millican Composition Competition in 2018 and the Call for Scores for the 2019 LunART Festival in Madison, WI. Her orchestral piece, “The Real and The Imaginary” was selected to be premiered by the Unicamp Symphony Orchestra in Saõ Paulo, Brazil. In 2020, she also won the Jeronimas Kacinskas Award for outstanding composition and Michael Rendish award for her outstanding achievement in film scoring. Her major influences are John Williams, Ravel, Alexandre Desplat, Prokofiev, and Nikolai Kapustin. Influences are John Williams, Ravel, Alexandre Desplat, Prokofiev, and Nikolai Kapustin.