Tomáš Reindl (b. 1971) is a composer, multi-instrumentalist and tabla player. In his music he likes to cross the borders between genres and draws inspiration from the old European as well as non-European traditions, in which the music often has an ecstatic, trancelike nature. However, he uses modern music technology and processes as well.
He is also often inspired by the classical music of both northern and southern India, which he has intensively studied under the tutelage of Indian masters, such as the phenomenal tabla player Sanju Sahai. These inspirations are used, for example, in his compositions In-terrestria for bass clarinet, cello and tabla (2010), Trans-organum for organ and percussion instruments (2011), Earth-beat for four percussionists (2014) and in his orchestral compositions Arcanum Cordis (2012) and Mantragora (2013).
He also writes incidental music and film scores (such as music for the multimedia ballet performance, Zahrada soch, in the Oper a and Ballet Theatre in Ústí n. L.). He continues studying at the Music and Dance Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts (HAMU) under the tutelage of Hanuš Bartoň.