Open call for September

It takes only 5 minutes to APPLY for the September Program S#6 and gain valuable experience by working with renowned mentors in our state-of-the-art studio @famesproject.

Choose the Course that suits you best or join us during both Courses:

🌟 Week 1 ▪️ ‘SILENT MOVIE’ 10th – 17th of September 2024

🌟 Week 2 ▪️ ‘VIDEO GAMES’ 17th – 26th of September 2024

🗓️Don’t forget to APPLY on the LINK IN BIO or send your application to

❗❗ The Program offers a FULLY FUNDED SCHOLARSHIP to selected participants! (Citizenship of the EU or Creative Europe Countries, aged 18-30 years old)

🎬 Week 1: 10th – 17th of September 2024

Silent Movie

The  Seminar #6 Film Music Orchestral Course will be a unique project in collaboration with the national Cinematheque of N. Macedonia, and under the mentorship of Maestro Mirian Khukhunaishvili. It will feature the preparation of a live Soundtrack Program for two Silent Movies that will be performed as an open-air concert at the Silent and Classical Film Festival in Skopje.  Students will have the rare opportunity to perform new and reimagined soundtracks for the cult classics “Ballet Mechanique” by Fernand Léger and “Un Chien Andalou” by Luis Buñuel. 🎻

🎮 Week 2: 17th – 26th of September 2024

Video Games

The culmination of our 2024 Seminar Program will be a tribute to the ‘Journey’ Original Soundtrack the Grammy-winning video game soundtrack composed by Austin Wintory. This soundtrack holds a special place in history as it was the first video game soundtrack ever to be nominated for a Grammy Award, specifically nominated for Best Score Soundtrack for Visual Media. The Course will be led by Austin Wintory himself and will involve a week-long preparation for a multimedia concert performance. This event will offer students an opportunity to delve into the dynamic and innovative field of video game music. It represents a significant milestone in recognizing the artistic value of video game soundtracks.

🎻 The concert finale will be performed on 25th of September at Kolarac Concert Hall in Belgrade.

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