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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
Marco Salamida is an Italian music composer, conductor, and classical guitarist. He has been passionate about video games and animation since childhood. This passion is reflected in his unique style which features big orchestrations, emotive melodies, and a distinct influence from japanese music. He perfected his composition skills at the Rovigo Conservatoire, and further developed them in the Master's degree program at the Film Scoring Academy of Europe. Today, he works as a freelance composer for a variety of video game projects with the ultimate goal of scoring for an anime series or a AAA game one day.
Hailing from Fort Worth, TX, Stephen Morris received his Bachelor of Music degree in Theory/Composition from the University of Texas at Arlington in 2010. He has over 20 years of musical experience, from playing keyboard and teaching choir for his local church to playing in several local bands. In 2018, he made the pivotal decision to focus all of his musical training on composing music for film and television. So far, he has scored four short films and an award-winning documentary, and his goal is to score his first major feature-length film within the next two years.
Isabella Ennes (*2000) is a composer and musician from London, currently studying her final year of bachelor’s in Music Composition at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, having spent the academic year of 2021-2022 studying at Det Jyske Musikkonservatorium in Aarhus, Denmark. Her interest in composing sparked at aged 14; she has partaken in music programmes, both in her youth and adult life, as part of nurturing her development as a composer, including that of the Film Scoring Summer Program. Her music has been performed in concerts across the UK and Denmark, from collaborations with colleagues to renowned ensembles, including the Esbjerg Ensemble.