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Jérémie Honnoré Conservatoire National de Région de Montpellier, before joining the Ecole Normale de Musique Alfred Cortot in Paris. From September 2004 to June 2006, he perfected his skills with Mûza Rubackyté at the famous Serge Rachmaninov Russian Conservatory in Paris. From 2006 to 2010, Jérémie completed his studies in San Sebastian, at the Centre Supérieur de Musique du Pays Basque Musikene, in the classes of Miguel Ituarte, then Marta Zabaleta and Miguel Borges in piano, Daniel Del Pino in contemporary piano and Loïc Maillé in improvisation.
. He had the pleasure of performing in Pontoise as part of the Piano Campus, at the Dinard-Côte d'Emeraude International Festival, at the Halle aux grains in Blois, at the Carré d'Art in Nîmes, at the Les Rendez-vous de Rochebonne festival, at the Notes d'Automne festival, at the Rochemontès orangery, the Harmonies d'Automne festival, the Intermezzo Automnales festival, the Miramar palace in San Sebastian, the Grand Marché theatre in Saint Denis de La Réunion, the American Church in Paris...
Jérémie Honnoré teaches piano at the master's degree level at Radio France, the master's degree level at Notre Dame and the Conservatoire du Perreux-sur-Marne. Since 2008, he has created and directed the chamber music festival Musique à la Ferme and since April 2015 the festival Un Piano à Grans.