My name is Arnaud Mathieu, I'm a composer and music producer.My previous collaborations include Česká televize, Český rozhlas and Michal Horáček.
Although living in Prague since 2006, I was born and raised in Provence.I learned piano and musical theory as a child in conservatory before starting playing guitar at age 13.I formed my first band shortly after.
During the following decade, I played in ensembles in many genre including rock, salsa, electro, jazz, metal & punk hardcore and classical music.
I learned something from each of these and I think each of them bring something interesting to the great mozaik of "Music".
In parallel I went to Musicology College in Aix-en-Provence and Hildesheim, Germany where I could complete my education on Musical Theory & Harmony.
My first album "Obsédé par la Dance" summarizes those 10 years of playing and learning and I consider it as the beginning of my career as a composer and music producer.
In 2010, I ranked 3rd (of about 200 contestants) in the "O2 extra šance" remix competition.In 2011, I won the Kudykam contest for the title "Co se stane?" which brought me to collaborate with famous artists Bára Basiková, Michal Pekárek and Michal Horáček.In 2012, I produced "Walking into Limbo" for czech electro folk duo Sundays On Clarendon Road, to critical acclaims.
I share my time between composing for various media, leading my band Steakhouse Orchestra and managing shoMusic the music label I created. I also enjoy fitness, public speaking, self-improvement in general and teaching french.
Arnaud is definitively part of the new music scene from Eastern Europe. His creativity & versatile talent proved by his already prolific composition demonstrates an unmistaken author representative of his generation... and it is just the beginning of his promising career.
Arnaud is professional music producer, amazing creative mind and trustworthy business partner. I give my best recommendations
I was satisfied with Arnaud's work. He was very precise and well responded to clients requests. Thanx to Arnaud