Kristjan Bergey is a composer, arranger, and saxophonist based in Toronto, Canada. He currently works as assistant to renowned Canadian composer Robert Carli. In this role, he works as orchestrator, music editor, and copyist for scores to a multitude of Canadian media projects. He also frequently composes additional music for these projects. Since 2012, he has worked on 14 seasons of dramatic prime time television, including the programs "Murdoch Mysteries" (CBC), "Wynonna Earp" (Space/SyFy), "Frankie Drake" (CBC), "Remedy" (Global), and "Cracked" (CBC). He recently placed 2nd and 3rd respectively in the 2015 and 2016 editions of the FMF Young Talent Award, a highly acclaimed international film composing competition based in Krakow, Poland.
As a freelance composer for media, Kristjan has written music for a variety of projects with producers and directors from across Canada, having worked mostly on documentary shorts and short films. Notably, in 2013 he worked on "The Impermanence of the Ordinary", an official selection of the 2013 HotDocs Film Festival, and in 2014 he composed the score for the film adaptation of the classic Canadian poem "The Shooting Of Dan McGrew". His work has also been featured in the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, Toronto-based choir "newchoir", and on a variety of television and radio commercials.