"Samuel Sené doesn't do things by half... He always produces high quality shows." (Libération) "Samuel Sené's work is of a flawlessly high standard" (Pariscope) "From within a thunder of ovation, Samuel Sené gets into the depth of the very essence of music" (Lucasfilm magazine) "Samuel Sené, overwhelmed with a surprisingly pure strength, was born to do miracles" (Nouvelle République) "The phenomenal conductor Samuel sene has cumulated more experience in 10 years than some would in 20..." (Le Monde)
After revealing initial interest in various fields of studies (PhD in Mathematics obtained at the age of 19), Samuel Sené trained at Music Academies and won multiple awards with honours for piano, accompaniment orchestra conducting, and arrangements which he studied with Larry Blank.
His professional experience started as a Musical Director for various opera or operetta productions such as "Carmen", "Orphée aux enfers", "Orphée and Eurydice", "Hamlet", "I pagliacci", "La belle Hélène", "Tosca", "Death in Venice" and "Norma" and notable concerts and events, such as the official Star Wars concerts or “Bond Symphonic” with Orchestre Colonne.
Samuel's following career promptly turned to musical theatre. He took the musical direction of the French productions of "Fame", "A Fiddler on the Roof", "She Loves Me", "West Side Story", “Into the Woods”,...
He is an accomplished composer to have written several musicals, and stage musical scores. Regarding French creations, Samuel SENE won the National Awards for Musical Theatre, as author and director for “Comédiens!” and “L’homme de Schrödinger”. During the global pandemy, he created C-o-n-t-a-c-t, a new experience that toured all over the world and then directed “The cyber-magic flute” at the “Opera de Vichy”, a highly-connected version of the famous opera.