MI SUCCESS STORY: ALESSANDRO SAINI
Alessandro Saini is a composer for film, television and video games based in Los Angeles who was among the first graduating class of the Bachelor of Music Composition program at Musicians Institute.
His most recent projects include ‘Heart of Clay’, a feature film starring award winning actor and producer, Mackenzie Gray, and ‘The Unwonted Sasquatch’, a silver award winning documentary at the F.A.M.E. U.S. International Film Festival, now available on Amazon Prime. He now has also garnered experience composing for three video games, a Hulu documentary, numerous short films and have licensing credits across channels such as HBO, ABC, NBC, History Channel, Investigative Discovery, SyFy and Oxygen.
Some TV shows include ‘The Last Days of the Nazis’, ‘The Day I Almost Died’ ‘Nova’ and ‘Homicide Hunter’. He is a regular contributor to some of the world’s top library production houses such as Scorekeepers Music, Atomica Music Library and Velvet Green Music and also works as assistant to notable composers in the film and television world. Alessandro says of his education, “MI provided me with the foundation necessary to be self sufficient when trying forge a career in this crazy business. Their faculty is some of the most experienced and insightful in the world. Learning from those who have been in the trenches was incredibly valuable.”