Auguste Chapuis (25 April 1858 – 6 December 1933) was a 19th/20th century French composer, organist, and professor. He was a student with César Franck. The rue Auguste-Chapuis (fr) in the 20th arrondissement of Paris was named after him when he died in 1933.
He was awarded the Prix Rossini in 1886 for Les Jardins d'Armide on a libretto by the playwright Émile Moreau.
In 1894, he succeeded Adolphe Danhauser as head of the municipal orphéon (fr) of Paris.