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Kamil Bicgel began playing music at the age of 5 with classical guitar. Young pupil of the Francophone School of Music of Istanbul EFMI, he also studied the saxophone since the age of 11 with Tamer Temel, renowned musician of the Istanbul Jazz scene.

During the following years, he developed his practice of the instrument by presenting levels 3 and 5 of the ABRSM (the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music) in classical guitar where he was awarded each time with mention and congratulations from the Jury. He also increased his ability as a self-taught multi-instrumentalist by learning piano, drums and bass, which will allow him to be versatile in the approach to composition in different styles, such as: classical, jazz, blues, rock. , pop, folk, orchestral and world music.


In 2017, he joined the Institut Supérieur des Techniques Sonores ISTS at ESRA Bretagne in order to become a sound engineer. This allows him to develop techniques of sound recording but also mixing. In addition to the diploma, he also obtained the Pro Tools User certificate . At the same time as this course, he joined the Jazz section as a saxophonist at the Rennes' conservatory.


Passionated of cinema from an early age, he very quickly discovered the link between music and images. His greatest inspirations come from the music of John Williams, Hans Zimmer or Michael Giacchino. The film score which having definitely launched the desire to write for the image is none other than that of La La Land , composed by Justin Hurwitz.

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Between 2021 and 2023, he attended an image composition and orchestration Master Degree in Lyon under the direction of Jean-Marc Serre and Laeticia-Pansanel Garric.

He composed many soundtracks for various directors and production companies for short films, films, documentaries, advertisements. He also participated as a mixer, sound editor and sound operator.

"The music of a film is its scent. It allows words that cannot be formulated to be expressed. It makes the image say what cannot be seen."

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