BIOGRAPHIE

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Yves de Bujadoux started playing the piano at 8 and later on studied alto saxophone with Marcel Josse at « Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris » and flûte in C at the Conservatoire du 14e » in Paris with René Leroy, former soloist of The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, USA.

 

He then carried on his musical training for seven years at « Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris », studying harmonic analysis, harmony, counterpoint and composition with Mrs. Francine Aubin, conducting with Dominique Rouits, and film scoring with French composer and conductor Laurent Petitgirard.

 

He also attended Pierre Boulez Master Classes for one full year at the « Collège de France » in Paris.

 

Assistant and orchestrator of French composer Michel Magne for 5 years, he worked with him on several films scores including « Les Misérables » by Robert Hossein, an epic score for full symphonic orchestra and choir.

 

Starting working on his own, composing for short films and various other projects, he met famous French actor and director Gérard Jugnot from « Théâtre du Splendid » with whom he went on collaborating for several years.

 

Most notably, he wrote the music of « Casque Bleu » and « Sans Peur et Sans Reproche », among many other films and numerous commercials.

 

He has composed the score of 7 feature films by directors such as Denis Amar, Peter Kassovitz, Eric Cyvanian, Pierre Lary etc.

 

To this day, he has written scores for more than thirty films for cinema and television, including animation series for « Canal+ », « Rai Uno » and « TF1 », sold worldwide.

 

He also is very keen on working with upcoming young directors.

 

Although writing mostly for picture, Yves de Bujadoux has also composed for shows and theatrical plays such as « Popkin’s » by Murray Schisgall the famous american scriptwriter of the movie « Tootsie », as well as many other shows and plays directed by Ivan Morane.

 

He has also written music for several shows and big events, as well as concert symphonic works.