Marc-André Pépin was born in Beauce, Quebec, Canada. He began playing piano at the age of 8 and has been composing ever since.
In 2008, he released Songs Without Words, his first CD, a collection of twelve original compositions. The album was played on radio stations across Canada and the world. At the end of 2010, he launched a second CD entitled Rendez-vous. This album received a nomination in the Best instrumental album of the year category at the ADISQ gala 2011. ADISQ is the Quebec province musical industry awards. In fall 2013, he released his third album Variable Skies.
As a member of the international co-op of piano artists Enlightened Piano Radio, he had the privilege to participate to the Enlightened Piano Radio Awards Ceremony and Concert at Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall in october 2015.
At the end of 2017, he recorded a fourth album entitled Tempus Fugit that was released in February 2018.
His influences stem mainly from classical music and range from Bach to Schoenberg. He also loves music of contemporary composers such as A. Gagnon, M. Legrand, E. Morricone and L. Einaudi.