Sebastien Baret is a french film composer native of the south west of France. Born at the end of the 1980’s, he discovered music with the traditionnal learning of the recorder in the middle school, and got more interested by this art. He started to play the synthesizer et quickly switched to the piano. After his high school graduation in Literature section with music option, he went to a musicology college where he got his Licence diploma, learning more about analysis and organology. Meanwhile he also received his golden medal diploma in harmony, counterpoint and fugue from the Conservatoire National of Bordeaux.

He signed his first short-movie soundtrack in 2010, and worked on twenty more since. During two years, he has also composed orginal music for firework shows for prestigious events in the world. He also scored many documentaries, advertising and video games. His latest work includes the TV Movie Mort Sur La Piste directed by Philippe Dajoux, starring Jason Priestley, Olivier Marchal & Eléonore Bernheim reaching 5,5 million viewers in France.

Perfecting his skills in orchestration and arrangement, he was able to work with famous film composers, especially with Nathaniel Mechaly with whom he worked on many foreign and french movies with prestigious professionals from the cinema industry. During his career, Sebastien has worked with a wide range of artists such as : Nathaniel Mechaly, Randy Kerber, Melody Gardot, Philippe Powell, Grand Corps Malade, Gaëlle Mechaly, Philippe Kelly, Laurent Couson, Grégoire Hetzel, Benjamin Esdraffo, and many more.