Rémi Subjobert began composing in 2005 after having completed his modern music course at the International Music Academy in Nancy (France). Fascinated by technological innovations, he then studied Electronically Assisted Music and composed his first works.
He then entered the composition class at the Conservatoire de Clermont-Ferrand, where he also studied the piano, complementary to his composition course.
Here he discovered the vast orchestra and chamber music repertoires, and developed a keen interest for Chopin, Bach and Pärt.
Having obtained his Certificat de fin d’Etdudes (End of Studies Certificate) in counterpoint and harmonisation by 2012, Rémi then decided to fully pursue his career as a composer.
He has already accepted several composition and musical arrangement commissions, as well as more personal works for orchestra and for piano, and has participated in competitions.
He also wrote the soundtracks to several short films (Métronome, Indrik Circus, Anti…) and video games (such as Void Control), as well as Fanzines (La Maquerelle, Microlab…).
Influenced by the groups Cypress Hill, Jedi Mind Tricks and Eminem, he has also had the opportunity to work alongside rappers such as Mortem and DEA.
In 2015, Rémi created the group Acid Quintet (dreamlike acoustics), in the composition styles of Ludovico Einaudi and Philip Glass.
In 2018, he obtained the Diplôme d’Etat in modern amplified music, specializing as a drummer, at the Ecole Supérieur de Musique de Bourgogne Franche-Comté (France).
In 2019, Rémi also created the group Black Chamber Orchestra, mixing electronic music and metal symphony, influenced by Venetian Snares and Fleshgod Apocalypse, and further developed his skills in music mixing and sound design.
Currently, Rémi Subjobert is working on the music for the show Mue, mixing dance, music and video.