what is alumni access?
WELCOME TO THE FAMILY
Alumni of the Film Scoring Academy of Europe join a consortium of over 200 composers from 45 different countries who have participated in the Film Scoring Summer Program, the Online Graduate Diploma in Film and Game Scoring, or the Master of Fine Arts in Music for Motion Pictures and Contemporary Media. Our goal is to provide alumni with continuing education opportunities, ongoing benefits, as well as a connection to their colleagues on both a professional and social level.
Master of Fine Arts
Music for Motion Pictures & Contemporary Media
Film & Game Scoring
Leonardo Furore started learning music at the age of 10. His first instrument was the electric guitar and during his childhood he performed in several Hard Rock concerts. Over the years he obtained a bachelor's degree in electric guitar and after two years of classical music he finally landed at the Film Scoring Academy Of Europe, where he obtained his Masters degree in Film Scoring. He currently works in the world of music for video games. Among his latest works there are collaborations with various agencies, including Nintendo.
Bruno Delepelaire owes the fact that he became a cellist to his grandmother, an enthusiastic amateur cellist. As a five-year-old, he also wanted to learn the instrument. The cello lessons with his first cello teacher Erwan Fauré were formative experiences for him. Bruno Delepelaire later studied at the Paris Conservatoire and at the University of the Arts of Berlin, before getting the position of first solo cellist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in 2013.
Johnum Palado is a Filipino-American violinist, organist, and composer based in the United States. Having recently completed his bachelor’s degree for violin at Oberlin Conservatory, his performance experiences not only have led to directing church music and playing in professional orchestras, but also have directly influenced his compositions. Johnum writes music inspired from classical works, jazz, alternative R&B, lo-fi, and especially soundtracks for films and video games. Wanting to hone his skills, Johnum completed FSAE’s summer program in Varna, Bulgaria this past July. Since then, he has been working on many upcoming projects for the screen and concert stage.