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After a classical education at the Conservatory of Nancy for trumpet, piano (including class Cédric Tiberghien) and chamber music, Jean-René Mourot turned to popular music “in various formations moving between pop, rock and French song. These formations allow him to play at festivals and concert halls (Nancy Jazz Pulsations, Printemps de Bourges, Nuits de Nacre, Sentier des Halles, Zebra Belleville ...), and participate in national radio broadcasts (France Inter, France Bleu …). He worked in various studios (Twin Studios, Studio Garage ...) as a musician and arranger (string quartet, brass quartet) including Paul d'Amour (Wagram Label) in collaboration with Jean-Louis Pierot Bashung, Thiéfaine …). He studied jazz, improvised music and composition (in classes Eric Watson, Bernard Struber) at the Conservatoire de Strasbourg. Obtaining a DEM Mention All right, then it follows a year of development in jazz trio, participating in a project under the direction of Christophe Monniot and plays at Jazz Festival d'Or with his trio “The Tricycle”. He is currently working on personal composition projects while cultivating versatility.


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Album Musiques de salon by Jean René Mourot

Musiques de salon

Self Produced
2019

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Album Nocturnes en sourdine by Jean René Mourot

Nocturnes en sourdine

Self Produced
2018

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Album Chroniques de l'Imaginaire by Jean René Mourot

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Momentanea
2015

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Album Jean-René Mouret by Jean René Mourot

Jean-René Mouret

Self Produced
2012

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Bienvenue à la campagne

Bienvenue à la campagne

Jean René Mourot
Musiques de salon

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Echauffourée

Jean René Mourot
Jean-René MOUROT

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