PiartZ is a Franco-German music production studio for composition, sound design, mixing and synchro service. Its members are confirmed, experienced professionals, passionate about their work and open to new and original projects.
Aside from services related to subtitling, voice-over and narrative recording and integration, PiartZ produces original music for custom jingles, for commercials, tv and film score and interactive media, created on demand.
At PiartZ, music, other than being something to listen to, is an emotion, a concept. It is our job to use all means at our disposal (scores, arrangement, production) to get that intended emotion or reaction through to the listener.
In our cutting edge music production studio, we create custom jingles, scores and sound design on demand, in any genre.
Elhad Piesczek-Ali and his team have written highly successful scores, jingles and created sound design pieces for artists, companies and music labels, both large and small. PiartZ, strives to offer a high level of creativity and personalized service.
Explore our website, listen to some of our creations and then find out even more by calling us and consulting us personally about your project.
Born from Coralie Frei, writer and an Unknown father, Elhad Piesczek-Ali aka Nakidim was born in Toulouse on March 22, 1974. From a young age, he developed a strong sensitivity to sound and music, which led to his deep fascination with musical harmony. With an exceptional ability to identify pitches, he started studying the organ and piano at the age of 10 and pursued musical education for nine years. During this time, he honed his skills in writing, composition, and arrangement.
Between 1990 and 2010, he collaborated on numerous studio and stage projects, including Pascal Obispo's "Noël Ensemble," where he worked alongside renowned national artists such as Christophe and Alain Bashung. He also had the opportunity to collaborate with internationally acclaimed musicians like Gail Ann Dorsey (known for her work with David Bowie) and Eumir Deodato (known for his collaborations with Björk).
In 1999, he crossed paths with video game producer Philip Ulrich, and they embarked on a long-standing collaboration, working together on various musical, television, and interactive projects. Notably, he contributed to the development of groundbreaking audio formats for MXP4 as a music director, and together with Philip Ulrich, he co-invented a revolutionary sound effects engine for video games.
In 2011, he founded PiartZ alongside Julia Piesczek-Ali, establishing a specialized entity focused on music production and music for visual media. Throughout his career, he composed music for several TV shows and short films, including popular programs like "Top Chef" on France 5 and M6. Additionally, in 2015, he arranged three songs for Elodie Martelet, a finalist on the French edition of "The Voice" in 2012.
Born in the United States, Julia Piesczek-Ali, also known as "Lia Bowen," began her piano studies at a remarkably young age of four. As a highly skilled multi-instrumentalist, composer, and accomplished performer, she possesses fluency in English, German, and French. Julia has showcased her talent in various groups and ensembles, captivating audiences both in Germany and France.
Notably, she embarked on a collaborative journey with Philip Ulrich, a renowned producer (credited for working with Henri Salvador) and video game creator (known for titles like Dune and Captain Blood). Together, they embarked on a range of projects, including the groundbreaking "MXP4," an audio format that revolutionized the listener's experience by enabling real-time physical reshaping of songs.
Julia recently made her mark by composing the captivating soundtrack for a short film directed by Sonia Dufeu. Additionally, she co-crafted the musical arrangements for prominent television shows such as "Hélène et les Animaux," broadcasted on France 5 in October 2014, and "Mon Partenaire Particulier," aired on M6 in April 2015. Collaborating with Nakidim, Julia is currently engaged in several exciting projects on the horizon.