CLEMENTINE CHARUEL
COMPOSER

Composer, pianist and conductor, Clementine likes to blend the orchestral writing inherited from her classical training with electronic and vocal textures acquired by her work experience. She graduated from Berklee College of Music in 2018 and composed the music for many visual projects such as feature and short movies, TV series, TV films and plays. With a wide range of styles Clementine has won awards worldwide, including the Lucy and Didier Lean Rachou Award, given for her participation in the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop (Los Angeles, 2019). In 2021 she scores her first feature movie, Cherry, directed by Sophie Galibert.

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