Pierre Audiger is a pianist/composer and actor of the Jean-Laurent Cochet Acting School Paris. Having graduated as a Piano Scholar from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Pierre has also been composing since the age of 17. His music, described as being “music of fire and imagination”, has been critically acclaimed and been described as having a “strong personality” and “an impressive display of character”.
During his studies at RCS Pierre was under the tutelage of composer, David Fennessy. In 2015 Pierre won the Walter and Dinah Wolfe Memorial award for Composition for his Piece “Not A Clown” premiered by violinist Ilya Gringolts at the RCS. Multi Award winning pianist Daniel Ciobanu also commissioned him an encore piece “Paraphrase on Mozart’s 23rd Piano Concert” for piano and violin, also premiered in 2015. Pierre also composed the music for ‘Moeremi Ajasoro The Storytelling Opera’, written and directed by April Koyejo-Audiger. Based on the life of Nigerian queen Moeremi Ajasoro, the piece premiered in 2015 and was performed in London in 2018.
Recent highlights include the premiere of Pierre’s “Piano and Flute Sonata” with flautist Graham Dickson and his Piano Concerto performed as a duet with pianist Sinae Lee at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. His composition “Dove Town”, commissioned by The Nicholson Duo premiered and was performed in 2017. He was also composer in residence of Neamt Piano Festival 2017 and of Neamt Music Festival in 2018, while his works have been premiered by many talented artists such as Petras Geniusas, Luiza Zan, Ksenia Fedoruk and Anna Dmytrenko, Bogdan Ciobanu and Pietro Bonfilio.
Pierre currently works on his first one man comedy show with piano to be premiered in september 2019 in Paris. Among other theater productions, Pierre is looking forward to take part into Caroline Darnay’s ‘Ouest End’ drama play in Paris.