Eloi Ragot is a film composer, multi-instrumentalist and sound designer best known for creating intense, sensorial and immersive soundtracks.
His work includes the original music to international series such as the internationally acclaimed Belgian noir series La Trêve (The Break, Best French-Speaking Series Award @ Series Mania Festival 2016, 2 seasons now on Netflix), the crime thriller series Keizersvrouwen (Women of the Night, co-written with Hannes De Maeyer, now on Netflix) and Belgium’s latest supernatural thriller Unseen (Invisible).
Besides TV series, Eloi has been working on the Canadian feature film Reservoir and the WWII feature documentary The Red Orchestra (Die Rote Kapelle, for which he recorded with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra), the latter hitting theaters in Spring 2021.
Self-taught pianist and guitarist, he is also a classically-trained trumpeter and studied musical analysis and writing. Since 2008, he has composed, arranged and produced music for over 40 films and series for diverse production companies and broadcasters including Lucas Etc. (teen series for RTBF & VRT), the second season of La Théorie du Y (Jury Award + Public Award @ Swiss Web Festival 2017) and Euh (Jury Award @ Swiss Web Festival 2016).
Eloi was selected to many ‘artist-in-residence’ programs including the prestigious Berlinale Talent in 2017 and has also held several masterclasses in festivals such as ARE YOU SERIES? 2016 and Soundtrack Cologne 2018.
As a passionate music producer, Eloi likes to combine field recording, sampling, electronic and acoustics sounds to create exciting textures and soundscapes.
Eloi has just finished the score to the Japanese-German-Belgian series The Window, an international co-production about the multi-billion dollar business surrounding international professional football and to the US feature documentary Harpooned.
Eloi lives and works between Brussels, Paris and Berlin and is fluent in French, English and German.