Victor Raimondeau is an up-and-coming French artist. He plays the bass, baritone and alto saxophone. He started playing music at the age of four when his parents decided to sign him up to the small music conservatory of his town on the ouskirts of Paris. He began playing the saxophone at the age of seven thanks to his dad who gave him one of his precious saxophones.
Over the years he developed a real passion for music and for this particular instrument. After middle school, he attended a high school specialized in music before enrolling in the conservatry of Paris' 19th, then the 17th Paris arrondissements, where he was greatly influenced by: Antoine Larcher and Luigi Grasso. Shortly thereafter he met Guillaume Perret who taught him a new way of approaching the saxophone which had a huge impact on his style of play. From this encounter many others followed : Thomas De Pourquery, Pierrick Pédron, Frédéric Gastard, Thomas Faure… Musicians who proved to be as enriching as they were talented.
In 2016 he was asked twice to replace a musician during studio sessions for the famous band Electro Deluxe. In 2017, he received a scholarship to enroll in Berklee College Of Music. He left the school in December 2018 to join the famous band Caravan Palace. In 2020, he decided to focus on his solo career.