Lise Baudouin began playing piano at the age of 7 at the Academy of Caen in Normandy. After

several years of study at the Academy of Saint Maur des Fosses, in 2001 she entered the

National Music Academy in Paris. She then obtained several first prizes in piano, accompaniment,

in the classes of Georges Pludermacher and Jean koerner, a well as a unanimously approved

First Prize with honors in chamber music in the class of Laszlo Hadady. In 2008, she joined the

advanced class in this discipline and became an award-winner for Adami in 2008 and for the

Meyer foundation in 2009.

Since 2005, Lise Baudouin leads a career as a soloist, overall chamber musician, keyboardist,

accompanist and more recently as a choral conductor and composer.

She participates in many festivals in France and abroad: Soloists of Tomorrow, the Reims

Flâneries, Musicians at Ouessant, Manifeste, The Kanazawa crazy day (Japan) …

As an incumbent pianist of the Multilaterale Contemporary Music Ensemble for 10 years, she has

participated to several radio programs : Alla breve, the Mondays of the contemporary, and played

in various festivals: The Musics, Présences, Musica Festival Pontino, Foundation Roma Europa

(Italy), Salamanca (Spain) and also given several master classes at Musicians Training Centre of

Orsay and at Jakarta (Asia).

Lise Baudouin also accompanies since 2009 the soloists of the Accentus ensemble conducted by

Laurence Equilbey and collaborates with the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France and the

Paris Chamber Orchestra for performances at the Théâtre des Champs Elysées, the City of

Music, the Opera Garnier and the Théâtre du Châtelet.

In 2014, she co-wrote with director Emmanuel Meirieu music for the show Birdy. The same year,

she was appointed pianist of the contemporary music ensemble Quest Collective.

In 2016, she was invited by Ensemble Linéa to perform at Manifeste Festival (Paris), and

Ensemble Smash at Sound 59 festival (Perm, Russia). In 2017, she performs as a soloist and

accompanies the choir of Radio France at the Auditorium of Radio France. The concert will be

broadcast on France Musique on May 19, 2018.