ABOUT US 2018-04-24T10:20:55+00:00

ABOUT US

Meet the team: our specialists are right in the heart of music.

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Alberto Brigandì

Alberto is an arranger, organist, keyboard player and pianist based in London.

After the Diploma in Organ and Composition, in 2013 he obtained the Master of Arts in Organ at the Haute école de musique in Geneva, Switzerland, winning also the Prize “Pierre Segond”; he took masterclasses of many internationally renowned organists, such as Lionel Rogg and Marie­-Claire Alain. In 2017 he won the 1st prize at the International Organ Competition in Wuppertal, Germany. Currently he holds the post of organist of St Joseph’s Highgate church, in London. He’s very active as organ concert performer all around Europe, both as soloist and in orchestral formations.

Alberto works intensively as arranger, running the website arrangingforyou.com which offers downloadable scores of arrangements for various ensembles (string, wind, brass, orchestral, solo), bespoke arrangements and music engraving. He specialized in Orchestration & Arranging and Film Scoring at Morley College, London.

In addition, he works in popular music area, as producer and keyboard player. His current bands are the original rock band This Mighty Fever and the Bruce Springsteen’s tribute band The Boss UK. Recently, he produced the debut album “Lo stupido che canta” of the songwriter Il Deli, co-writing, arranging and recording all tracks. In 2006 he obtained Bachelor’s degree in “Telecommunications Engineering” at Università Mediterranea in Reggio Calabria and in 2009 the Master’s degree in “Engineering and Design of Sound” at Politecnico in Milan.

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Filippo Faustini

Filippo is a guitarist, arranger and composer based in London, where he is currently completing his MA in Composition for Moving Images at City University, for which he was offered a bursary in 2014. After gaining his BA in Guitar at the Conservatory of Music in Frosinone, Filippo moved to London to work as a freelance musician, arranger and tutor.

He collaborated with various songwriters and is currently working as a guitarist and arranger for the act Alice In The Cruel Sea, performing in various venues across London. In 2015 he worked as an associate recording engineer for The Sparrows of Paris, a swing ensemble. Believing in the importance of research work, he translated to Italian composer Alan Belkin’s online book “General Principles of Harmony” and produced essays on film music studies (including his undergraduate dissertation on Bernard Herrmann’s famous soundtracks for Psycho and Vertigo and his analysis of the film American Beauty). During 2014 he worked as a freelance arranger and collaborated with various ensembles, including the Morley Wind Ensemble and he is currently working on his catalog of pop and rock arrangements for various ensembles.

Furthermore, Filippo works as a composer in audio and video formats alike. He collaborated with various independent film makers and videogame creators and entered various scoring competitions. Alongside with his activity as a musician, Filippo has been involved in various kinds of tuition. He currently holds classes in music tuition for children and guitar and music theory private tuition.

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Francesco Malvaso

Francesco Malvaso is an Italian music producer, sound designer/engineer and DJ based in London.

His interest in music starts at a young age, when in 2010 he starts a one-year course in sound engineering. Consequently, in 2011 he enrolled in a Sound Design BA at the IED (European Institute of Design) in Rome, where he completed his studies in 2014 with a first class degree. In this period, he is involved in several collaborations as a freelancer for names such as the International Film Festival in Rome, Nordic Film Fest, Cinecittà World and so on.

In 2015, he worked as a Music Producer and Assistant Sound Engineer at Lead Recordings Studios in Rome. In 2016, he taught Music Production and DJing courses at Rhapsody Music School in Latina (Italy).

At the end of 2016, Francesco moved to London to work as a freelance music producer and sound designer. During this period of time, he collaborated in very diverse projects such as releasing music for music labels, music libraries, sample pack production, etc.
Francesco’s personal project, together with other two producers, is called “Invadhertz” and is focused on producing Drum and Bass. Their works have been featured on a variety of electronic music labels worldwide.sis.