Jérémie Piazza is a drummer, improviser and composer.
He is a member of the multidisciplinary artist collective Les Vibrants Défricheurs.
He is part of Papanosh, a quintet that is famous on jazz scenes around the world and collaborates with artists such as Roy Nathanson, Marc Ribot, Napoleon Maddox, Fidel Fourneyron and André Minvielle. Papanosh's records are acclaimed by critics (“CHOC” Jazz Magazine, “Indispensable” Jazz News, “ELU” Citizen Jazz ...).
He regularly performs in quartet with the brass trio Journal Intime.
You may have heard him play in big bands with Le Sacre du Tympan by Fred Pallem, L'Orchestre National de Jazz by Frédéric Maurin, La Compagnie Lubat or Tous Dehors!
Jérémie Piazza also played with artists such as Little Bob, Brad Scott, Ramsay Midwood, both in France and abroad.
He was drums teacher and accompanied dance classes in the Conservatory of Rouen between 2007 and 2015. He lives in Brussels since 2014.
He gives solo concerts, performing a totally improvised and intimate repertoire.