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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.

ONLINE ALUMNUS
FLORENCE SABEVA

MFA ALUMNUS
HENRIK LINDSTRÖM

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Reiko Nomura

Japan

Reiko composed one of the main themes of the Bulgarian Documentary Movie "Polly" in 2023, which was widely praised for its environmental contribution, aesthetics and music. Reiko got numerous prizes such as being one of the Top winners of 2021 Call for Scores by FSAE, received The Jan Kaczmarek Scholarship to get Master degrees in the Film Scoring Academy etc. Recently Reiko has been based in Japan and joined the game industry such as Ubisoft Osaka studio, Bulgarian-Maltese SaaS startup OEngine in the iGaming industry and also starting to work with the Bulgarian-American video game company Dulo. Check Reiko's music→www.reikonomura.com

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Alexey Beltyukov

Russia

Composer, arranger, and music teacher. Alexey lives in Yekaterinburg (Russia). He works at the Department of Musical Sound Engineering of Ural State Conservatory as an associate professor, teaching subjects such as the History of Popular Music, Arranging, Electronic Instruments and Musical Equipment, etc. Parallel to this, Alexey works as an arranger and a composer, creating music both for live performances and for recording and producing in a studio. He works with Novosibirsk Philharmonic, Sverdlovsk Film Studio, Gzhel Theater (Moscow), and other organizations.

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Emmanuel Fuste

Puerto Rico

Emmanuel Fusté-Zayas is a Puerto Rican singer, pianist, arranger and composer who participated in the 2023 Film Scoring Summer Program. In the film and game world, he is currently the lead composer of the developing video game Toad Tavern and the short film Carroña, which earned Best Soundtrack at the 48hr Puerto Rico Film Festival Competition. His choral composition Pater Noster was debuted by the Orfeón San Juan Bautista and his award winning arrangement of Lyuli Lyuli was performed by Latvian Voices. His future goals are to study a Master in Film Scoring and continue composing for film and games.

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ONLINE ALUMNUS
PAMELA CAVERO

SUMMER PROGRAM ALUMNUS
YAKOV ALEXANDROV

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