Geert Huinink is one of the most talented classical composers in the Netherlands. His work as a composer, producer, and arranger ranges from creating compositions for concert halls and theatre, as well as TV, outdoor festivals, and underground clubs.
Already assigned to game soundtrack composition, he is a strong all-around composer. In addition to his expertise for game audio, he is the creator of many TV show scores in Holland, including "The Golden Cage" and Funniest Home Videos".
He is also part of "Virtualish" project to create video game scores in a theatrical show.
Geert has worked on many large scale projects, including working with Tiësto on his stadium concerts for up to 40,000 people and the music for the opening of Olympic Games in 2004, which was held in Greece and was watched by billions of people around the globe.