Born in Ris-Orangis, near Paris, on 27 Décembre 1981, Jérémie Buirette’s passion for the accordion began at age 5.             

          At this young age, the instrument was a true revelation. His unwavering commitment for the accordion would lead him to joyously explore different styles, and above all to train and perfect his craft under famous accordion players. He studied at the Aix-en-Provence Conservatory under Jean-Marc Marroni and at the Dijon Conservatory under Olivier Urbano. He was then accepted to the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) the following year under Max Bonnay. Finally, Jérémie worked with Frédéric Deschamps who helped him prepare for international competitions.

          Very quickly, Jérémie Buirette proved himself a skilled accordionist, becoming one with his instrument and transporting his audience with his interlacing melodies. His accordion became a tool for blending all types of music, defying the separation of genres. Jérémie excels equally in styles from classical to jazz, from musette to Argentine tango.

          Filled with artistic ambition, with a strong and brilliantly performed repertoire and complementing his melodies with personalized, subtle halftones, Jérémie has won numerous awards: First Prize at the 2002 European Championships in Gand in Belgium, 2008 World Champion in Washington, USA and First Prize at the 2009 Vivian Vivio Stolaruk Competition, also in the USA.

          Member of the Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music (SACEM) since 2011, Jérémie has also been a guest on numerous television shows.