Yuri has worked on more than twenty feature films and on hundreds of
television programmes and composed the music for five musicals:
Illuminati Lizards from Outer Space which had an Off Broadway run in 2019
Margaret Fulton: I Sang for My Supper which will tour Australia in 2021
K-Popera ,Cruising The Musical and Bondi High all in development
His music composition screen credits include:
Film: Love the Beast (Eric Bana), Take Away (Rose Byrne), You and Your Stupid Mate (Nathan Philips),
The Mao Game (Kirsty Alley and Piper Laurie), Little Oberon (Sigrid Thornton) and Halifax f.p.(Essie Davis).
Animation: Dogstar, The Flaming Thongs, Lil’ Larrikins, Animalia and Wakkaville.
Television: Utopia, Mad as Hell, Newstopia and Your Generation (Shaun Micallef),
Big Girls Blouse (Kath and Kim), the AFI Awards (Hugh Jackman), Agony Uncles and Aunts,
Sit Down Shut Up, Hamish and Andy, Letters and Numbers, Big Bite (Chris Lillie), Fast Forward (Magda Szubanski), Full Frontal and Comedy Company amongst others.
As a score supervisor and music producer Yuri has worked on many international movies and events including: It Runs in the Family (Michael and Kirk Douglas), Empire Falls (Philip Seymour Hoffman and Paul Newman), Shiner (Michael Caine), the Sydney Olympics Opening Ceremony and the Sydney Para-Olympics Closing Ceremony, Neighbours, One Night the Moon (Paul Kelly), Human Touch (Katie Noonan), Nijinski (Derek Jacobi, Paul Cox), The Fine Art of Love (Jaqueline Bisset) and Unfolding Florence (Gillian Armstrong).
As record producer Yuri worked on Anthony Warlow’s first two breakout orchestral albums “Centre Stage” and “On the Boards”. He has produced music for Peter Andre (“Give a Little Sign”), Peter Cousens (“Love Changes Everything”), Jamie O'Neil and Diana Krall.
As a musician Yuri was a member of the Christie Allen Band, one half of rap group Special K and Main Man Yuri and founding member of super group Way Back Five, which featured Michael Hutchence of INXS, Kate Ceberano and James Reyne.
Yuri was musical director for: the Centenary of Federation Concert (Deborah Byrne, Deborah Cheetham and Todd McKenny), Circus Oz, Outer Sink (Nigel Triffit and Lost Trios Ringbarkus), Tiny Tim’s Australian tour and of every televised Comedy Gala (Bea Arthur, Terry Jones, Jason Byrne and Lenny Henry etc.)