Featuring Harry Allouche
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Harry Allouche is a composer, pianist and music producer embracing a wide variety of musical elements, from classical writing and popular influences to electronic and orchestral colors: this sonic research now accompanies filmmakers’ vision. Since 2016, Harry expresses his cinephilia by improvising the piano accompaniment for silent films at the French Cinémathèque and the Jérome Seydoux-Pathé Foundation in Paris. In 2017, Harry signed his first original score for Arte's documentary Cinema Through the Eye of Magnum. The film was nominated at the Telluride Film Festival. In the following year, Harry composed the score for French feature film Au Bout des Doigts, featuring Kristin Scott Thomas and Lambert Wilson, for which he adapted and conducted Rachmaninov’s second piano concerto. Cultivating eclecticism, he signed several arrangements notably for pop artists such as April March and the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. This year, he took part in the music preparation of Marc-André Dalbavie’s new opera Le Soulier de Satin for the Opéra de Paris while graduating from the Master's program in Political Arts founded by Bruno Latour at Sciences Po Paris. Born in Paris, Harry first learned piano and drums, a practice that led him to become a member of the French rock band Les Shades. He earned a master's degree from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris where he studied with Thierry Escaich, Michaël Lévinas and Jean-François Zygel.