Born in Monaco, Sébastien Innocenti discovered music in the family environment.
He began the classical accordion and was admitted to the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Paris in 2012 in the class of Max Bonnay.
The discovery of Tango, the Bandoneon and his meeting with the composer Gustavo Beytelmann will mark a real turning point in his career.
Attached to exploiting the infinite possibilities of his instrument, he can be found in a wide variety of projects, between Tango, Theater, Baroque, contemporary and electro music.
Very involved in Quinteto Respiro since 2012, he performs with the other members of this ensemble in France and in many countries.
With the Respiro Symphonique project, he was invited by the Orchester National de Lille and the Orchester National de Lyon in 2018.
Sébastien Innocenti is invited to share his experience with many musicians from multiple horizons, he collaborates with many orchestras and ensembles such as the Orchesta Tipica Silencio, conducted by the Argentine pianist Roger Helou or the Tipica Paris, L'Orchestre Philharmonique de Monté -Carlo and the Paris Opera Orchestra.
Between 2018 and 2021, he was invited by the Musicians of the Louvre, the 2e2m ensemble and the Opus 62 ensemble for a program around Tango.
Sébastien Innocenti works regularly with the world of theater, one finds him in particular in "Tarquin" of Jeanne Candel within the company La vie Brève and "Les Trois Brigands" of the company Les Petites Don Quichotte.