Francesco De Luca e Alessandro Forti are two film music composers based in Rome, Italy.
They formed over 20 years ago and since then have been scoring for cinema, television and theatre, covering many different genres.
Their work for the movie Dieci Inverni (directed by Valerio Mieli) received a nomination for Best Score in 2010 Golden Ciak Awards.
The soundtrack for L’Oro di Scampia (a tv movie directed by Marco Pontecorvo) received a nomination in Colonne Sonore.Net 2014 Award in the category Best Score for Italian Tv Fiction.
In 2015 their score for Il paradiso delle Signore (directed by Monica Vullo) won the Colonne Sonore.Net Award in the category Best Score for Italian Tv Fiction.
I was born in Rome, Italy, where I began my musical studies attending classes in harmony and classical guitar with Maestro Giansereno Raimondo. At age of 20 I moved to Los Angeles, California, where I graduated with honors in Electric Guitar at Musicians Institute (GIT) under the guidance of Allen Hinds and Jamie Findlay.
Shortly after I moved back to italy where I graduated from the University "La Sapienza" of Rome with a Bachelor of Modern and Contemporary Italian Literature.
In Rome I have also studied piano under Maestro Alessandro Gwis, instrumentation and classical orchestration under Maestro Alessandro Cusatelli.
Graduated in Piano and Choir Conducting at Conservatorio di Santa Cecilia of Roma.
I attended the Orchestrating training course of Maestro Vieri Tosatti and a master class in Orchestra conducting under Maestro Leonard Bernstein.
I have studied composition, instrumentation and classical orchestration under Maestro Alessandro Cusatelli.