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Winner of the Young Talent Composer Revelation Prize at the La Baule Music and Film Festival 2022

Antonin Browne is a young composer with a large number of compositions to his credit. He is specialized in composition for animation and video games. His works have been performed in Paris by amateur orchestras and talented choirs. At the crossroads of many musical styles, he is recognized for his unique and eclectic musical language.

It was at the age of 9 that Antonin Browne began to compose music as an autodidact.

In parallel with his in-depth classical training, he learned music using computers from the age of 11.


His curiosity and his sensitivity   led him   to meet diverse and varied musical worlds (orchestral, electro, jazz...) and  discover many artists that have nourished his personal language (Joe Hisaishi, Ennio Morricone, Tomohito Nishiura, Bernard Hermann, Koji kondo, François de Roubaix, Koichi sugiyama…).


He has composed the music for several pilots for animated series projects in development (Petit Poilu, Les NombrilsNorman doesn't have any superpowers.)


In  2018, he composes a Salve Regina for female choir and organ which is performed at the Saint-Étienne-du-Mont church  in Paris. 

He obtains a license in musicology at the University of the Sorbonne  in Paris in 2021.

In 2022, he obtains his DEM in music composition to image.

During his studies, he composes the music for many film extracts and adverts under the direction of Luc Leroy, Pierre Doursout, Emmanuel d'Orlando and Olivier Calmel.

He also has the opportunity to collaborate with the Gobelins animation school on various short films,Thaba Ye, Fleur Bleue, Sonata et Nosy Mena, the last having been presented at the Annecy animation festival of 2020. 

He receives the Young Talent Composer Revelation Prize at the Festival du cinema and film music from La Baule in 2022

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