Jérémy Peret

Jérémy Peret began studying guitar at the Conservatoire de l'Aveyron, under the guidance of Rodolphe and Frédéric Bonnet, who introduced him to various styles. He then studied classical guitar with Christophe Louboutin. After a period at the Conservatoire de Perpignan and in Serge Lazarevitch's jazz class, he resumed his classical guitar studies, further refining his skills under Judicaël Perroy.

He then joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and graduated with a master's degree in classical guitar in 2013. He subsequently participated in numerous international competitions, winning several awards including the 3rd prize at the prestigious GFA competition in the United States in 2014, the 1st prize at the Nagoya competition in Japan, and the 2nd prize at the Tokyo competition in 2016.

His career then shifted towards creating performances in collaboration with theater and opera artists, and he is regularly invited to join orchestras or ensembles such as the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Orchestre National d'Île-de-France, Les Siècles, or Le Balcon.

His solo and chamber music recitals are appreciated internationally, and to all these facets of the musician's profession is now added the production of electro pop music, for his new project Bozane, which he created with his sister the singer Fanny Peret.

Also a teacher, his various commitments at the conservatory as well
that numerous master classes given internationally have made him a
recognized teacher.