Jérémy Bruyère is an acclaimed classical and jazz bassist who has performed with the likes of Orchestre National de Lyon, Verbier Festival Orchestra, and Gustave Mahler Jugendorchester, and recently became principal bassist at Geneva Camerata. As a jazz bassist, he has worked with many great musicians, including Thomas Enhco, Jacky Terrasson, Baptiste Trotignon, Laurent Coulondre, Cyrille Aimée, Minino Garay, Ibrahim Maalouf, just to name a few.
Jeremy has had many mentors and teachers who have taught him along the way. His main mentor, Bernard Cazauran was principal bassist of the Orchestre de Paris and guided Jeremy during his classical degree at Conservatoire National Superieur de Musique de Lyon. After his graduation he moved to New York City, winning scholarships to study with Ari Hoenig, Matt Penman, Johanes Weindemuller, Andy Milne, Dave Glasser, David Schnitter, Hal Galper, Kirk Nurrock, Joann Braken, just to name a few. Back in Paris since 2013, he also composes and produces music for documentaries and gives masterclasses from at the Centre de Musique Didier Lockwood. His debut album Pictures was released on Belleville Jazz Records Label in 2017.