Basile Rahola, double bass player and bass guitarist, began playing the electric bass in 2001 at the age of 7 at the IEFAR (Institut Européen de Formation aux Arts Rythmiques) in Montpellier.
There, he followed lessons until the age of 13 and then pursued his training with a private instructor until he was 16 years old.
In 2012, he followed jazz workshops with the pianist Pierre Coulon-Cerisier and continued to learn and practice the bass with Alfred Vilayleck.
After graduating in 2013, he registered in the jazz department of the ENM of Villeurbanne (Lyon) where he began learning the double bass, and followed lessons with musicians such as Pierre Baldy-Moulinier, Thierry Beaucoup and Gilbert Dojat.
During the next 4 years in Lyon, Basile Rahola makes repeated appearances on stage and in clubs of the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region and all France but also at international (Spain, Belgium, Italia, Tunisia, UAE, Sweden, Germany, Maroco...). , and developping projets such as a duo with canarian guitar player Octavio Hernández, various concerts with italian guitar player Mino Lanzieri, singer Lena Chamamyan, but also leading his own project, the Baz Trio with tunisian pianist Wajdi Riahi and french drummer Oscar Georges. Now he continues his musician life in Barcelona where he plays in different places and jazz clubs of the city, without stopping moving around Europe.
He is now active in Belgium.