Pierre Adenot (Composer)
Born in November 1965, Pierre Adenot was classically trained at the Lyon Academy of Music where he excelled and was awarded first prize in both the Oboe and the counterpoint competitions.
At the age of 15, he composed his first piece of film music for La Réussite by Brice Mallier. He combines his extensive classical training with advanced tuition in jazz, having also studied with Clare Fischer. Pierre has quickly established himself as a gifted arranger and orchestrator who brings rich and subtle musical colours to each project. He is currently collaborating with french artist Calogero. Alongside his work as an arranger, he has become a composer of original music for cinema, tv and advertising. His work includes: La Vérité ou Presque (True Enough) by Sam Karmann, Paris, je t’aime (directed by several filmmakers including Wes Craven, Alexandre Payne, Richard Lagravenese) and more recently Les Émotifs anonymes (Romantics Anonymous) directed by Jean-Pierre Améris in 2011.
Pierre Adenot has garnered critical acclaim for his work and has won several awards, including the “SACEM Award” for the music of the film Les Aveux de l’innocent by Jean-Pierre Améris.
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