Adrien Pièce is born in Switzerland with Swiss and Italian nationality.He graduated cum laude in the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in harpsichord and
organ (Master of Arts in music performance) with Andrea Marcon, Rudolf Lutz, Lorenzo Ghielmi and Jörg-Andreas Bötticher. He also attended
many masterclasses with Wolfgang Zerer, Jan Willem Jansen, Michel Bignens, Luigi Ferdinando Tagliavini and was awarded in various international competitions such as Paul Hofhaimer Wettbewerb
Innsbruck and Concorso internazionale di Clavicembalo di Pesaro (2013).
He performs in many European countries on organ and harpsichord as a soloist as well as with various ensembles (Viatoribus, Voces Suaves,
Ensemble Sweelinck de Genève) and took part in various recording projects, including a live performance of the Goldberg Variations of J.S. Bach for the early music festival Resonanzen in
Vienna, Wiener Konzerthaus, 2016.
His musical interests include a wide repertoire across the boundaries of keyboard instruments (harpsichord, organ, clavichord, piano),
always trying to uncover the identity of each style, especially through improvisation. Fascinated by the early 17th century repertoire, he is working on a Phd research project about keyboard
improvisation practice in baroque Rome, under the guidance of Ton Koopman and Dinko Fabris (docARTES doctoral program, University of Leyden and Orpheus Institute Ghent) since September
Beside his activities as a performer and researcher, he is currently based in Lausanne and works as an organist of the church of