Eduardo Andrade is an award winning composer, pianist and conductor specialised in music for film, TV, and concert based in London. During the past two years he has scored more than 25 projects in UK and abroad including a 10 episodes documentary, animations, short ﬁlms, and online content, and has performed as a soloist in venues such as Cadogan Hall.
In March 2018 he received the President's Award granted by the HRH Prince of Wales and in May received the "Best Music" award in EuroFest 2018 for the animation "Leave a Print" which has been screened in over 70 film festivals. “August Sun”, short film for which he composed original music, was selected as finalist at the Student Academy Awards 2018.
Eduardo graduated First Class Honours and Distinction from the Royal College of Music, studying his Master’s Degree with Emmy nominated composer Maurizio Malagnini, as a scholar kindly supported by a Parnassus Award, John Nickson Award, Clifton Parker Award and RCM Award.
During the cycle 16/17 he was Principal Conductor of the Royal College of Music Students’ Film Orchestra. He was participant of the 2016 NYU/ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop learning from ﬁgures such as Sean Callery and Michael Levine, and attended Berklee College of Music in Valencia for a course in Film and Video Games Scoring in 2015, studying with Ben Houge.
Eduardo's music has been performed in several concert halls, venues, and accompanied films in festivals around the world in countries such as Italy, Finland, Sweden, Spain, United Kingdom, USA, Mexico, Croatia, and Russia.
He enjoys the collaborative process of art-making and wishes to deliver powerful and meaningful messages to large audiences through his work.