Jérôme Granjon

Winner of many first prizes in Piano and Department of Music at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris, where he studied with Jacques Rouvier and Jean Hubeau. Jérôme Granjon has performed in Europe, North and South America and in recent years has been regularly invited to music events in Asia (China, Japan, Taiwan).) For individual and orchestral performance. This vi tai will have the opportunity to perform in Vietnam.
As part of Anima Records he has recorded several albums including an album of compositions by Debussy, Janacek, Scriabin, Schoenberg, and a solo performance on Schumann (2019), and was featured on the full recording of the well-tempered Clavier of JS Bach, after performing in many shows of this spirit since 2014. His performances and recordings were very much welcomed by the wide audience (**** Classica, 5 Diapasons, la Clef de ResMusica.com.).
Jérôme Granjon performs regularly with violinist Saskia Lethiec with whom he also founded the Hoboken Trio, organist Emmanuel Pélaprat with whom he explores the rich and unknown repertoire of art harmony and piano (recording compositions by Francké, St Saens and Lef Ëelly, Hortus 2018). He also performs with Arthur Schoonderëoerd, Jean-Guihen Queyras, Richard Galliano and Corinne Monteverdi under the direction of Mr. John Eliot Gardiner.
For his great desire to deepen and refresh his musical approach, Granjon returned to historical instruments, especially fortiano. With his 5-octave piano (a copy by Heilmann), he perforated programs by Bach and Beethoven.
Highly accomplished in the field of education, Jérôme Granjon is professor of piano at the Conservatoire à Rayonnement Régional in Paris and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse in Lyon. He has assisted Maria João Pires in the artistic direction of the Belgais Center for the Study of Arts (Portugal) from 2000 to 2004 and teaches in the master direction, especially in France, Spain, Brazil, Japan, China, Taiwan.