Born in 1992, Alexandre Dupouy begin piano at fourteen years old. He learns piano at Valence d'Agen (82), Agen (47) and Boulogne-Billancourt. Then quickly, he becomes concert artist and composer.


At sixteen, he gives his first concert with his piano teacher, Fabien Prou. Ever since, Alexandre starts a concert pianist career. He plays as soloist, with pop singer and opera singer like Kevin Amiel and David Ortega.

He gives many performance in France : Orange, Bordeaux, Nantes, Agen, Périgueux, Tarbes, Cahors...

In 2013, he is the laureate of the piano song contest "Le Mesnil des Arts", for his interpretation of Chopin's Nocturne op.9 n°1.

Since few years, he gives piano lessons in three music schools. 


With his classical and modern musicals abilities, Alexandre composes for all kinds of music (classical, pop, rock, electro...) and many musical ensemble (piano, orchestra, quintet...).


After the creation of his first CD, entitled Ave Maria, Alexandre produces a second opus : Modulations. It's a CD with twelve compositions for a strings quintet and piano, who scores are published by Ad Libitum (a publisher from Bordeaux).

Then, after a ten years career and a lot of concerts, Alexandre composes the soundtrack of a eco-musical opera, entitled Bacchus Abused.

On april 2018, Alexandre Dupouy receives the musical excellence award from the Rotary.

Moreover, Alexandre joins "Les Labos" and "Les Rencontres d'Astaffort".


Alexandre works with many artists from pop, rock and electro.