DeLaurentis (musician)

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Birth nameCécile Léogé
Occupation(s)Musician, Songwriter, Producer genre =
  • electronic
  • synth-pop
Years active2015-present

DeLaurentis is the solo project of French musician, composer, producer and performer Cécile Léogé.


Cécile Léogé aka DeLaurentis was born in Toulouse in the south of France. She studied music at the Conservatory and at the University of Mirail. She’s a self taught producer influenced by Laurie Anderson, one of the pioneers of electronic music.

Her home studio activities include keyboards, machines, computers, vocoders and controllers; Ableton's Live Push.[1] or Embodme’s Erae Touch[2]. She becomes DeLaurentis; her grandfather’s Tuscan surname that immediately summons the fantastic universe of Italian film producer Dino DeLaurentiis (La Strada, Barbarella, Flash Gordon, Dune…).

Her composition and interpretation are surprisingly powerful : a clever mix of electronic and acoustic music in which voices arise.

Her skills in computer music software allow her unlimited creativity. Her voice lends a very special sensitivity to her compositions.

She’s the conductor of her own electronic orchestra, many of her tracks have been synchronized in advertising and series such as How_to_Get_Away_with_Murder|How to get away with murder in 2018[3]

In 2019 she was appointed to compose for the Spring / Summer 2020 Issey Miyake fashion show.

In 2021 she released her debut album UNICA, based on the concept of an electronic dialogue with her digital sister Unica. On that album she collaborates with English producer Dan Black or Jazz pianist Yaron Herman. She also uses the Spotify CTRL laboratory AI on the title “Somewhere in Between”,with the contribution of SKYGGE.[4]

In her live shows she transposes the digital tale of her album Unica into an immersive scenography that caught national and international attention and got her invited on TV sets and talk shows. She performs in France on stages such as the Paris Mama Festival, Les Bars en Trans in Rennes,but also abroad in Spain at BIME, in the United States at NAMM, in China or even in Cuba.

In 2021, she led a TEDx conference in Toulouse [5] at the Halle aux Grains where she presented the relationship she has with her machines and electronic instruments.

She collaborates in 2022 with IRCAM, working on a technology developed by Greg Beller: Virtual Choir. DeLaurentis is a beta tester of that unique software and presented it during ‘Le Forum du Son’ at IRCAM[6] institute in Paris, a UNESCO initiative.


Studio Album

  • 2021 : Unica


  • 2015 : DeLaurentis
  • 2016 : Brand New Soul
  • 2018 : Big Part Of A Big Sun
  • 2018 : Big Part Of A Big Sun (Remixes)
  • 2019 : Classical Variations, Vol.1
  • 2020 : Carousel Of Mine
  • 2020 : Life – The 4 Seasons Remixes
  • 2021 : Pegasus (Remixes)
  • 2021 : Be A Woman (Remixes)
  • 2022 : Unica's Cloud (Remixes)


  • 2017 : Ring My Bell
  • 2020 : I Sing To Use The Waiting
  • 2020 : Nostalgia for a kiss
  • 2020 : Life
  • 2021 : Pegasus
  • 2021 : Pulse 2021
  • 2021 : Be A Woman
  • 2022 : Be A Woman (Radio Edit)


  • 2022 : Les Belles Nuits de VAPA remix by DeLaurentis
  • 2021 : Les mots bleus with Élodie Frégé|Elodie Frégé in the show La Boîte à secrets on France 3
  • 2016 in music|2016 : 10000 Things (Tubular Bells) co-arrangement with Mike Oldfield[7]
  • 2015 in music|2015 : Bristol with Marc Collin

Sync & Original Music

  • 2018 in music|2018 : US series How to Get Away with Murder|How to get away with murder with the trackA Big Part Of A Big Sun, in season 4
  • 2019 in music|2019 : Citroën C3wrc ad with Sébastien Augier on the track A Big Part Of A Big Sun[8]
  • 2019 in music|2019 : Composition and musical performance of the Issey Miyake Spring Summer 2020 fashion show[9]
  • 2020 : France 2 series Astrid and Raphaëlle with the tracks Silent Home and The Angel season 1
  • 2020 : Électricité de France|EDF Raison d'être ad with the song Life[10]
  • 2021 : Ponant advert Captain Charcot
  • 2021 : New Électricité de France|EDF Sound Identity with the adaptation of Pulsion by Jacques Loussier[11]



  • 2022 : Clio Awards for Ponant music with the Fred & Farid Group|Fred and Farid agency
  • 2022 : Strategy Prize for the Électricité de France|EDF sound signature on the adaptation of the title Pulsion by Jacques Loussier with the Startrec agency[12]


  • 2022 : OST Challenge : Finalist in the "Animation" category[13]
  • 2021 : Social Music Awards : Unica's Album and Unicas's Cloud video Clip[14]


  1. Ableton (May 21, 2019). "DeLaurentis: Classical French Touch".
  2. "ERAE Touch launch concert: DELAURENTIS". October 6, 2021.
  3. "DeLaurentis Video Premiere". March 28, 2018.
  4. "Musician, producer, composer, singer, DeLaurentis is one and more". 2021.
  5. "Becoming friend with a music machine". 2021.
  6. "Du chant virtuel au deepfake : comment utilise-t-on la voix aujourd'hui ?". April 27, 2022.
  7. "De Laurentis adapte Tubular Bells !". La Parisienne Life. March 12, 2016.
  8. "Citroën C3 WRC". April 25, 2019.
  9. "Issey Miyake SPRING 2020 READY-TO-WEAR". September 17, 2019.
  10. "Musique de la pub EDF 2020 : « vie d'avant »". November 5, 2020.
  11. "EDF dévoile une nouvelle identité sonore". May 25, 2021.
  12. "Cécile DeLaurentis". 2022.
  13. "Original SoundTrack Challenge 2022". June 24, 2022.
  14. "Social Music Awards". 2021.

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