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Jean-Philippe Audin


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Composer and arranger-orchestrator, Jean-Philippe Audin has written for several years for images, theater and concerts.

Jean-Philippe Audin
studied cello with André Navarra, then with Maurice Gendron at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Paris and composition with Franco Donatoni and Giuseppe Sinopoli at the Chigiana Academy in Siena.

After his First Prize at the CNSM in Paris, he was admitted to the chamber music improvement cycle with his partner Jean-Yves Thibaudet

Jean-Philippe Audin was a super-soloist with the Orchester de l'Opéra de Lyon, a position he quickly left to find the plural paths of music.

Leading a rich, varied and international career (Europe, United States, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Japan, China, Taiwan, Korea, Malaysia, Singapore ...),

He is the creator of numerous contemporary solo works by Lenot, Dutilleux, Mefano, Berio, Sheller

Co-founder of the Actuels quartet, he participated in the creation of pieces by Lalo Shiffrin, Jean-Claude Petit, Pierre Schaeffer, Bruno Coulais ...

Jean-Philippe Audin has also been a member of Pandemonium with François Jeanneau, Katia Labèque, Didier Lockwood, J.F. Jenny-Clark, Mino Cinelu, of String Swing System (D. Levallet), and of the Big Band of Martial Solal.

Jean-Philippe Audin has given many concerts in concert of the complete Suites for solo cello by J.S. Bach.

He has also developed the "videocello", a cello that allows him to play in real time images associated with the musical performance of the works he performs. It is with this instrument that he appears in MOVIESONIC, the multimedia group he founded in 2007 with Jérôme Badini, electrosax, and which merges electrojazz, classical music and video-art.

In 2008, for the Cannes Film Festival, he rewrote and conducted, in active complicity with David Lynch, the first concert version of the music from the Twin Peaks series.

Jean-Philippe Audin was the co-star with Diego Modena of the duo OCARINA (several million albums sold worldwide).

He is the partner of Roland Romanelli in the show "Barbara et l'Homme en Habit Rouge" directed by Eric Emmanuel Schmitt at the Théâtre Rive Gauche poster since January 2016

He has written arrangements for Iggy Pop, Johnny Depp, Larusso, Kristel Adams, Yaël Naïm, Passi, Stefan Eicher, Paul Person. Composer and arranger-orchestrator, Jean-Philippe Audin has written for several years for images, theater and concerts.

After having been the film music soloist of Georges Delerue, Lalo Shifrin or John Barry, he became the accomplice and the soloist of many film music composers: Jean-Michel Bernard, Bruno Coulais, Eric Serra, Nathaniel Méchaly, Krishna Lévy, Alexandre Desplat, Gabriel Yared, Nicolas Errera, Bruno Fontaine ... and the solo cello of the Paris Symphonic Orchestra.

He has also been the official arranger / orchestrator of the "Un violon sur le sable" festival for many years.