Jérémie studied with Gilles Tressos at the Conservatoire de Poitiers where he obtained his DEM (Diplôme d’études musicales). Then, he continued his professional training and, in 2011, he simultaneously achieved the Diplôme National Supérieur Professionnel de Musicien and the licence de Musicologie.
Qualified professor of saxophone, Jérémie is a versatile musician who plays the classical and the contemporary repertoires as well as traditional music in many ensembles.
He has also had the opportunity to work as a music arranger for musicians and ensembles such as Quatuor Habanera, David Krakauer or Richard Galliano. Furthermore, he is technical director in Poitiers’ festival Sax en Mouvement.
In 2014, Jérémie obtained his Master de Didactique at the Conservatoire Royal de Bruxelles where he has perfected his academic training under musicians such as Simon Diricq (laureate in the Adolphe Sax International Competition), Guy Danel (founding member of Quatuor Danel), Elisabeth Deletaille or Alain Crepin.
Since 2018, Jérémie is part of the Royal Band of the Belgian Air Force in which he plays baritone saxophone. He is also assistant professor of chamber music at the Conservatoire Royal of Brussels.