Jérémie Moreau

Born in 1999, Jérémie Moreau began studying the piano at 7 with Françoise Ragon. He furthered his studies with Anne-Lise Gastaldi and entered the Conservatoire NaIonal de Musique de Paris in 2015, in the class of Denis Pascal. AQer receiving the Honors of the Jury, he joined the Barenboim-Said Akademie of Berlin, where he studied with Sir Andras Schiff and graduated in 2022.

Jérémie receives regular advice from Bruno RiguVo and has parIcipated in masterclasses with Daniel Barenboim, Jean-François Heisser, Marie-Josèphe Jude, and Jean-Marc Luisada.

Jérémie has already been awarded some of the most presIgious prizes in French classical music. He is a mulIple-Ime winner of the Vatelot Award, Flame Award, and in 2021 was nominated in the ‘RevelaIon’ category at the Victoires de la Musique Classique.

Jérémie regularly performs recitals and chamber music concerts in fesIvals such as La Roque d’Anthéron, Piano aux Jacobins, FesIval de Saint-Denis, FesIval Chopin Nohant, Lisztomanias FesIval, and the VariaIons Musicales de Tannay, as well as world-class venues such as the Théâtre des Champs-Élysées (Paris), Auditorium de Radio France, and the Grand Théâtre de Provence (Aix-en-Provence).

Highlights in 22/23 will include a recital in Saint-EIenne (Opéra de Saint-ÉIenne), chamber music concerts with his brother Edgar in Eilat (Eilat Chamber Music FesIval, Israel), La Chaux-de-Fonds (Switzerland), and Hong Kong, as well as recitals with violinist Mairead Hickey (West Cork Music FesIval).

Jérémie’s first release (‘A Family Affair’, Erato/Warner Classics, 2020), featured the chamber music of Dvorak and Korngold, performing alongside his sister Raphaëlle and his brothers Edgar and David.

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