Jerome Richard


Jerôme Richard started music theory at the Conservatory and took his first accordion course at the age of 6. Quickly demonstrating exceptional musical arrangements, he decided to work his instrument with Frédéric Deschamps (the Paris IX Conservatory) and devoted himself entirely to music to prepare and win success with major national and international competitions.

It turns the entire 6 years consecutive (1999-2004) France with three different shows for the Jeunesses Musicales de France.

In 2002 Jérôme Richard creating his training and surrounds himself with professional musicians. He crossed all year-round roads of France and abroad to make dance lovers of popular dances. The quality of his lively, dynamic, festive and dance music makes its notoriety. The organizers of shows are very likely to apply it every year because they know that their party will be a success and will remain a prestigious and unique event. The public is not wrong nor and does not hesitate to move, often even from far because he knows that his dance music and varied repertoire will be at the rendezvous.

Some References: Ballroom on July 14 place de la Bastille in Paris, 14 July Disney Land, the night Arverne (Auvergne League), Brest naval circle, Tour de France (Limoges, Uzès, Gap, Cholet), cruises with Pascal SEVRAN, tour of Zenith in France Paris, Tours, Clermont-Ferrand, Lyon, Lille, Rouen, Grenoble, Dijon, etc.

2004: Prix Gus VISEUR
2005: Prix Francis BAXTER (awarded by the SACEM heart Committee) price Art VANDAMME (USA)
1999: Cup World classic, Germany
Price classic world trophy Spain
1998: Price world variety, Italy
Prize international competition of Klingenthal, Germany
Price international Castelfidardo competition, Italy
1997: Cup World variety, Switzerland
1992: Prodigy of the accordion (selected by Maurice LARCANGE)

He recorded several albums musette and concert with numerous compositions and products by RDC RECORDS, DISC'AMBIANCE (distribution WAGRAM) five PLANETS (another distribution), MARIANNE melody, SONY BMG. He wrote also several generics for many French television channels.