Picture: Sofiane Pamart by Marion Grand
Picture: Sofiane Pamart by Marion Grand

Sofiane Pamart

Following the international success of PLANET and LETTER, Sofiane Pamart presents his third solo album, NOCHE. His first work was a travel around the world, while the second was a love letter addressed directly to his audience, this third project will plunge you into the depths of the night. Always nomadic by nature, always keen to cherish the deep bond he has forged with his audience.

Sofiane Pamart is back this time after several months’ adventure spent in Latin America, where he composed the entirety of this new album. Now firmly established as a star pianist, he delivers his new single “Noche”, the album’s eponym. A signature track, where his winning style shines through from the very first notes, with an emotional accuracy, a dark yet sensitive character that sounds like an invitation to the unknown or the unexpected.

Sofiane Pamart performs at the Berlin Philharmonie on 16 November.


1. We can deviate from the destiny defined by our social condition.

2. Without technique, a talent is nothing but a dirty mania (Georges Brassens)

3. To make popular music is to be validated by the vast majority of the people.

1. What is the biggest inspiration for your music?

My travels, my encounters, my curiosity and my sensitivity to the human essence.

2. How and when did you get into making music?

At the age of 4, I played my first notes on a toy piano. I then enrolled at the music conservatory and have been linked to the piano for life.

3. What are 5 of your favourite albums of all time?

Schumann – Scènes d’enfants N1 – Des pays lointains

Chopin – Nocturne Op9 number 1

Chopin – Prelude Op.28 number 4

Ravel – Alborada Del Gracioso

Debussy – Prelude “La Cathédrale Engloutie

4. What do you associate with Berlin?

Berlin is considered to be the capital of techno music. I’m interested in this musical genre and I’ve worked with artists like NTO, with whom we’ve composed a totally transcendent and magical track. .

5. What’s your favourite place in your town?

The Akrame restaurant in Paris. For me, it’s a place to recharge my batteries and find inspiration.

6. If there was no music in the world, what would you do instead?

I would probably be a gangster.

7. What was the last record/music you bought or listen?

Lana Del Rey: Did You Know That There’s a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd.

8. Who would you most like to collaborate with?

A lot of artists I admire like Celeste, Kali Uchis, Frank Ocean and many others.

9. What was your best gig (as performer or spectator)?

As an artist, without a doubt my concert at the Accord Arena of Bercy in Paris in front of 20,000 people.

10. How important is technology to your creative process?

I compose on my piano and record directly into my PC. When I’m inspired, I don’t go out, so I order food via my mobile. If I’d been born in another era, I’d probably have done things differently, but today my life depends on it.

11. What can we expect from your concert in Berlin?

Get comfortable and let yourself be carried away by the sensual nights of Latin America with a journey through all the states of mind.