David Bergeaud

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David Bergeaud
Born 1968
Paris, France
Genres Chiptunes, electronica, film score, world music
Occupation(s) Producer, composer, instrumentalist
Years active 1986–present
Website musipolis.com

David Bergeaud (born 1968 in Paris, France[1]) also known as "KOR", is a film, television, and video game composer, as well as a record producer and multi instrumentalist. Bergeaud has composed scores for such noteworthy projects as the PlayStation franchise Ratchet & Clank series and the award-winning Television Series Strong Medicine and The Outer Limits, and the controversial feature-length documentary film Kurt & Courtney.

David Bergeaud has lent his musical talents on some of the most critically acclaimed projects produced and directed by the likes of Steven Spielberg (Earth2), Ang Lee (Lust, Caution), Bob Zemekis (Death Becomes Her), Barry Josephson (Secret Agent Man), Walter Salles (The Motorcycle Diaries), Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man), Jane Campion (In the Cut), Alejandro González Iñárritu (21 Grams), Barry Levinson (Sphere), Mike Figgis (Miss Julie), Roman Polansky (The Pianist), George Miller (Lorenzo's Oil), Curtis Hanson (River Wild), Bill Brillstein (C-16:FBI) Brad Grey (C- 16:FBI) and Raffaella De Laurentiis (Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story, Vanishing Son).

Early life[edit]

David Bergeaud was born in Paris. His father a successful stage director/choreographer and his mother Christine Nerac, a well known singer, raised him while on tour through much of Europe, the Middle East and East Africa. David began his musical education at the age of 5 and, after ten years of classical conservatory and private studies, moved to Los Angeles to explore jazz and contemporary electronic music.

Awards and nominations[edit]

BMI Film Music Award








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