A multifaceted and award-winning composer of electronic, film, experimental and contemporary music.


composer. visual artist. educator. 



With over two decades of experience in the music industry, Inal Bilsel has gained quite a notable reputation for his solo career and collaborations. A multifaceted and award-winning composer, Inal Bilsel’s work sits in the crossroads of music and visual arts, fact and fiction, nostalgia and future dystopia, and narrativity and conceptual. Over the past few years, Bilsel has developed a fictional world and a personal artistic universe that borrows elements from science fiction, nostalgia and hauntology. In his second album, Paradise Lost (2018), Inal further elaborates this world, culminating his entire musical and artistic experience into a transmedia narrative, taking place in a fictional post-apocalyptic world. His broad spectrum of interests and output include electronic, classical, contemporary, film and experimental music.

Inal is a lecturer at Eastern Mediterranean University and PERA school of contemporary dance, teaching diverse topics such as sound design, multimedia, musical form, analysis, theory and harmony. ​Inal Bilsel is an Epic Istanbul (Sony Music Turkey) artist and has most recently completed his PhD degree in music composition at Royal Holloway, University of London.