Born in 2000, Cyprien Lengagne began his cello studies at the age of 4 at the Conservatoire de Lausanne in the class of Prof. Susan Rybicki-Varga, before entering the Haute École de Musique de Lausanne in the class of Profs. Xavier Phillips and Matthieu Lejeune at the age of 15, where he followed a Bachelor and a Master Soloist curriculum. He is currently pursuing his studies at the International Menuhin Music Academy (IMMA) in the class of Profs. Clemens Hagen and Lionel Cottet.

He played in chamber music or as soloist in prestigious halls such as the “Grange aux lacs” in Évian,, the Lausanne Opera, or the Victoria Hall in Geneva. He also performed in renowned festivals like Crans-Montana Classics, the "Schubertiades d'Espace 2", the Pablo Casals Festival of Prades, or the "Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad" where he had the opportunity to perform a recital.

He won the 4th prize and the "Elżbieta & Krzysztof Penderecki Special Prize for the best solo performance" at the 4th International Krzysztof Penderecki Cello Competition in 2023. He also obtained numerous prizes during his studies at HEMU, among which the “Domaine Musique et Arts de la Scène de la HES-SO” and “Jaques-Henri Plomb”, and benefited from the Friedl Wald scholarship in 2020.

Passionate about contemporary music, he played with the Ensemble Intercontemporain under the baton of Matthias Pintscher. He is also interested in composition and has been taking composition lessons with Prof. William Blank since 2018. His string quartet "De l'infini des noms" has been premiered at the "Salle Cortot" in Paris by the Akilone quartet.