Noël Hazebroucq was born in Paris in 1979. After complete musical studies at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Paris-CNR, he obtains the conservatory’s first prizes in organ, musical theory, harmony, orchestration and counterpoint, as well as the gold medal for improvisation at the C. N. R. in Saint-Maur-des-Fossés.
He also holds the diplomas of the National Music School in Orléans and of the C. N. S. M. in Lyon. Besides, he won different prizes in the following competitions : 1rst prize of honour at UFAM (Paris), the Prize Marcel Dupré (Chartres), the Prize Boëlmann-Gigout (Strasbourg) and the André Marchal improvisation prize (Biarritz).
In 2004, he wins the “Grand Prix d’improvisation” of the City of Paris and he is also awarded the second prize ex-æquo and the Public Prize at the international organ competition “Grand Prix de Chartres”.
As a composer, Noël Hazebroucq is a member of the SACEM. Titular organist in protestant church “Temple des Batignolles” in Paris, he is currently a teacher at the international music conservatory in Paris 8.