As a composer, a trumpet player and a producer originated from the Paris Superior Conservatory of Jazz Music, Antoine Berjeaut drifts between Jazz, World music and new Electronic Soundscapes, developing a great polyvalency.
As an active member of the Surnatural Orchestra, Aloe Blacc Band, Julien Lourau’s project « Groove Retrievers », Theo Girard 30 Years From (with Seb Rocheford), “La Société des Arpenteurs” of Denis Colin and of his project “Univers Nino” he recorded and toured with Rodolphe Burger / Yves Dormoy / Jeanne Balibar / Paco Sery / Sandra N’Kaké-Ji Dru / Moriarty / High Priest&Sayyid (Antipop Consortium) / Vin Gordon / Peter Von Poehl / John Tchicaï / Tony Malaby / Touré Kunda / Doctor L / Yoshihiro Hanno / Melissa Laveaux…
He was also involved into other musical adventures in different artistic spheres : at the theater with Matthias Langhoff (“Hamlet,” at the “Théatre de l’Odéon”), with Agnès Jaoui (“Calvino reloaded”) in film scoring (“La véritable Histoire du Chat Botté” by Deschamps / Makaieff, “Les Beaux Jours” by Marion Vernoux, “Silex and the City” for Arte Television, he also created the sound design for “Le Nouveau Louxor” cinema in Paris.
Antoine Berjeaut played in many international Festivals (Montreux Jazz, Banlieues Bleues, Jazz à la Villette, Montreal Jazz Festival, Sons d’Hiver, Paris Jazz Festival, Osaka International Exhibition, Jazz à Vienne, Jazz d’Or, Shanghai 2012 Universal Exhibition, Ljubliana Jazz, Like a Jazz Machine Dudelange…).
He was awarded a grant from “La Fondation de France” in 2012, and has been running his own band “WasteLand” feat. Mike Ladd for four years. He released as a leader his debut album on Fesh Sound New Talent Records in 2014 (with Jozef Dumoulin, Stephane Kerecki and Julien Lourau).
In 2015, he released on Paris DJs records a Remix EP from the album (feat. RadiQ aka Yoshihiro Hanno, Simbad, Sandra Nkake/Ji Dru, Aoki Takamasa, Krikor, Ornette…)
In 2016, he’s working on a new project called « Primitive London » with Robin Fincker: a Fr/UK quartet w/ Kit Downs, Jim Hart gahthered around the concept of Library music
Laureate of the French American Jazz Exchange in 2018, he just released Moving Cities LP produced by Makaya Mc Craven,recorded in Chicago and Paris on the label I See Colors