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Learn more about Clementine Charuel, Film and Video Game Composer

Biography

Clementine Charuel is a French composer, conductor and pianist from Paris. 

She started to study music at seven in Paris Conservatories. After graduating in Ear Training at the Paris Regional Conservatory, Clementine became more and more interested in composition. At the same time as her studies in Paris-Sorbonne University (Music and Musicology), she entered the Levallois Conservatory in Film Scoring, where she would leave three years later with a Magna Cum Laude distinction.

While she completed her Master’s degree in Musicology and Choir Conducting, Clementine decided to apply for the Master’s in Film Scoring program at Berklee College of Music (Valencia Campus). During her year at Berklee, she had the opportunity to record her music on many scoring stages including AIR Studios’ Lyndhurst Hall.

After graduating Summa Cum Laude from Berklee, she is now working as an assistant for several established composers in Paris as well as pursuing her own film scoring endeavours.

In 2019, Clementine was awarded a First Prize for writing music for an experimental movie (OST Challenge, France) and received the Lucy and Didier Lean Rachou Award for her participation to the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop, where she recorded her music at the legendary Newman Scoring Stage at FOX Studios. 

Her first feature film Cherry (directed by Sophie Galibert) already won an award at TRIBECA Film Festival and she is getting more and more involved in the French cinema industry.

Picture by Sam Hebting © 2019