Initiated very early on to music within the family framework, Emilie Aridon manifests obvious gifts for the piano and gives his first recital in Poland at the age of 9 in the city of Zywiec.
TO age 12 years old, she joined the Conservatoire Régional de Paris in Pierre's class Reach. At the age of 14, she obtained the Diplôme d'Etudes Musicales and entered Denis Pascal's class at the Rueil Conservatory. At the same time, she took chamber music lessons at the Paris Conservatory in the class of Paul Meyer and Eric Le Sage. In 2010, Emilie Aridon is admitted to the National Conservatory of Music and Dance of Paris in Michel's class Beroff and receives teaching great performers such as Claire Désert, Bertrand Chamayou, Marc Coppey and Romano Pallottini.
She is illustrated in numerous national and international competitions in France and abroad and assumes the choice of a repertoire as vast as possible ranging from baroque music to music of today for which she nourishes a very great interest ... ..
Passionate about chamber music, she performs in particular in a duet with her twin sister the pianist Juliette. Aridon-Kociolek, as well as with his comrades at the CNSM in Paris, the pianists Julie Alcaraz and Esther Seated.
Finally, alongside her classic career, Emilie Aridon discovers tango when he meets Argentinian pianist and composer Gustavo in 2009 Beytelmann. A strong personality which will inspire her enormously and will push her to turn to Tango, Jazz, and improvised music. She multiplies ensemble projects, and concerts in France, as abroad.
In particular in Paris, it is part of the Quinteto Emedea, and the Company Carabanchel, with whom she will participate in a project in collaboration with the Ensemble Intercontemporary. She is particularly involved within the Quinteto Respiro, as a pianist and arranger.