Vincent Peirani

Young “prodigy” accordionist from France! Vincent Peirani is an active musician in many different genres; jazz, classical music, improvised music and world music.

Accordionist, clarinetist, scatter, composer, Vincent Peirani is in contact with many different music styles such as jazz, classical music, improvised music and world music. He won the First Orchestra Prize at the International Jazz Festival of la Défense in June 2003 for his duo with Vincent Lê Quang. He performs with musicians such as François Jeanneau, Daniel Humair, Sylvain Luc, Michel Portal, François Salque, Laurent Korcia, Sansévérino, André Minvielle, Louis Sclavis, Sylvain Luc, Jean Paul Céléa, Denis Charolles, Fred Gastard, Laurent Dehors, Youn Sun Nah, Renaud Garcia Fons, Lansana Kouyaté, Cheick Tidiane Seck, Antonio Kiko Ruiz, Les Yeux Noirs…
Vincent Peirani starts to study accordion at the age of 11. One year later, he starts to study clarinet at the Conservatoire National de Région in Nice, where he achieves top rank in clarinet, musical analysis and music theory.
Between 1994 and 1998, he obtains several International Prizes in classical accordion: International Competition of Klingenthal (Germany), Castelfidardo (Italy), Trophée Mondial at Cassino (Italy), International Competition at CMA in Reinach (Switzerland). These awards gave him the opportunity to perform in several festivals throughout Europe as soloist (Bayreuth, Salzburg, Vienna, Rome, Stockholm, Trossingen). In 1996, he obtains his First Prize in classical accordion at Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. In 1998, he turns towards jazz. In 2000, he enters the Jazz and Improvised Music Department the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris where he works with Daniel Humair, Riccardo Del Fra, Dre Pallemers, Glenn Ferris, Hervé Sellin, François Théberge, Patrick Moutal (for Indian music), Steve Lacy, Lee Konitz, Bernard Lubat, Barry Harris, Marc Ducret...
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