Benjamin Delale has been fascinated by keyboard instruments (harpsichord, piano, organ, clavichord, pianoforte) since he was six years old. He bases his interpretation on his rigorous analysis of the repertoire, his high sensitivity to musical theory, and his daily practice of improvisation. After a degree in mathematics and a post-graduate degree in piano, he chose the old keyboards, which he studied at the conservatories of Caen and Boulogne-Billancourt. He then obtained a licence at the Pôle Supérieur de Paris, then a Master's degree at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Lyon. He is currently a doctoral student in harpsichord and musicology, and is conducting theoretical research on the chromatic repertoire of the Renaissance. At the same time, he is completing a degree in music pedagogy this year. He regularly performs in solo recitals, orchestral concerts (Notre Dame de Paris with Philippe Pierlot, APAS festival in Grignan, Chapelle Royale de chaâteau de Versailles...) and chamber music (Printemps de Lanvellec, Festival des Lumières, Mars en Baroque...). He has benefited from the advice of harpsichordists such as Ton Koopman, Pierre Hantaï, Andreas Steier and Blandine Verlet, musicologists Olivier Fourès and Peter Wollny, and composers Tôn Thât Thiet and Benjamin Attahir.