Musician, composer and researcher Adrien Tyberghein’s unique journey is characterized by eclecticism, openness and anchored in modernity.
Adrien entered the world of music at 6 and after graduating from the prestigious Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Paris and the Didier Lockwood school, he decided to explore the potential of double bass as a soloist and chamber music instrument.
He got many awards over the course of his musician career, for his solo and chamber music performances (“rising star” award at the Lessines International Chamber Music Festival by the renowned soloist David Cohen, “Young Talent Artist of the year”, etc.).
Adrien’s insatiable curiosity had led him to explore a wide array of genres: baroque music, romantic music, contemporary music, electronic music, world music and jazz music.
Adrien collaborated on successful projects with prestigious entities (Opéra National de Paris, Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France, Festival de Pâques, etc.) and highly renowned musicians (Olivier Charlier, Claire Désert, Victor-Julien Laferrière, Quentin Dujardin, …).
These projects and encounters nurture his inspiration for his compositions.
His innovative recitals blend traditional music, improvisation and work based on new technologies (visual and audio effects, live sound modifications on laptops and tablets).
Each recital tells a unique story and builds a bridge between tradition and modernity.
Adrien develops new original soundtracks for movies, TV and web channels, leveraging the sound of his bass “augmented” with digital tools.
The sound of his instrument is used to create sound design works but also expressives melodies or groovy lines.
As a way to share his passion for music, Adrien teaches double bass at the IMEP Music High School, also in Tourcoing and Calais conservatories.
He also co-leads a think tank whose goal is to conceptualize and bring to life the “conservatory of the 21st century”. He acts as the strategic advisor on how to better incorporate new technologies in modern teaching.