Sander Mölder (b. 1987) is a composer, producer and DJ. He started his music career as a cellist and has made music in very diverse ensembles and musical environments ever since. Some of the highlights include performances at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona and Open’er festival in Poland. Mölder, in collaboration with Marianna Liik, completed his first opera in 2014. In 2012, his first album “Matches” was released that drew international attention and was included in the shows of Gilles Peterson and Mary-Anne Hobbs from BBC1. Together with Peeter Ehala, Mölder is the organizer of the popular soul music event series TIKS. In 2015, his piece “R-E-D 1” for the Estonian Music Days, where he used acoustician Linda Madalik’s recordings, received wide attention. In February 2017, Mölder played with the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra as an electronics performer. In 2018, he released the albums “TIKS 068” and “TIKS 071”. In September 2018, on the occasion of the Estonian Centenary, there was a ballet based on the life of Estonian chess grandmaster Paul Keres that premiered where Sander Mölder was involved through a cooperation with Timo Steiner, Teet Kask, Ülar Mark et al. His latest co-operations include the pieces “San Francisco” together with Andres Kõpper, or NOËP and “Kui puus pöörleb” with Reket.