Alexey Fomin

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Born (1982-12-20) December 20, 1982 (age 38)
Tula Oblast
NationalityRussian
CitizenshipRussia
Occupation
  • Composer
  • Musician
  • Arranger

Alexei Fomin (born December 20, 1982 in Tula, Tula Oblast, USSR) is a composer, musician and arranger. Creates musical works in the genres of New Age, New Jazz, House, electronic music. Beginning his career, he released five full-length albums, which were released in 2018. Known on the Internet and on the radio for such compositions as "Late Autumn", "Desert City", "End of the Day", "Immersion", "Secrets of the Universe", "Opposite", "Ticket of Destiny", "First Day of December" "Sad rain", "Wonderful world" and others.

Biography

The musician was born on December 20, 1982 in the hero city of Tula, in the family of an athlete (father Fomin Sergey Anatolyevich) and a chemist-biologist (mother Fomin Lyudmila Alekseevna). He also graduated from high school there.

Since childhood, the boy showed a penchant for music and singing, played the piano and synthesizer, was well versed in audio and electrical engineering, inspired by classical music and works by Mikael Tariverdiev.

Musician's career

In 2016, the world saw the single "Distant Stars" by Alexei Fomin. Music without words performed by the author is written in the genre of Jazz Label: Release Me. In 2018 released his first album "Sad Rain" (as part of the project "Golden Track") with the support of the St. Petersburg label "Open Innovative Technologies".

Since 2018 and to this day, he has been collaborating with the "Extraphone" label of the "Capital Advertising and Production Center" LLC and recording a mini-album "Immersion", which was released on August 24 of the same year. In 2018, the musician wrote a new single "Late Words", which was later included in the mini-album "Late Autumn". Genre: Jazz Label: Extraphone.

At the end of 2018, another of his albums "Late Autumn" was released, recorded in the recording studio "ONE Music", which works from the same label "Extraphone". At the beginning of 2020, Oleg Fomin made a gift to all fans of unusual instrumental music. His new mini-album "Late Autumn" has finally become available on digital platforms. The album is released by the Moscow record label ONE Music.

On April 16, 2020, a new EP-album "In a fast stream" was released, which includes four musical compositions without words. Now the musician leads an active creative life: he gives many interviews to various music and show business Internet resources. The composer's music can be heard on many Internet radios and in various commercials.

Albums

Five studio albums make up the discography of Oleksiy Seriyovych Fomin:

  • 2018 - Sad rain
  • 2018 - Immersion
  • 2018 - Late autumn
  • 2018 - In a fast stream
  • 2018 - Improvisation. Relax

Singles

  • 2016 rіk - The thread was cut
  • 2016 rіk - Divny svit
  • 2016 rіk - I call you
  • 2016 rіk - Nezdіysnenі mriї
  • 2016 rіk - Taєmnitsі vsesvіtu
  • 2016 rіk - Distant stars
  • 2016 rіk - Action
  • 2016 rіk - Please
  • 2016 rіk - Well, the axis and the autumn
  • 2016 rik - Bilya shave
  • 2016 rіk - Over the line
  • 2016 rіk - Nevdachі
  • 2016 rіk - Honesty
  • 2016 rіk - Explanation
  • 2016 rіk - Everything for you
  • 2018 rіk- Music on call
  • 2018 rіk - Long time rozmova
  • 2018 rіk - Recorded words
  • 2018 rіk - Divine dynasty
  • 2016 rіk - Shvidkisna route
  • 2016 rіk - Everything could have been done
  • 2015 рік - Night Flight
  • 2015 рік - Alone
  • 2016 рік - Fog
  • 2016 rіk - Bad Weather
  • 2016 rіk - Infinite Travel

Personal life

The composer never discusses his personal life. He always speaks very warmly about his parents, but never reveals details. Maybe one day, having become more popular, he will still open the veil of secrecy of his personal life in front of fans.

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