Thanks to his virtuosity, his eclecticism, and his audacity, Jérémy Bruyère has made a name for himself among the most fascinating double bassists of the young generation. Also, a composer, arranger, and wonderful electric bass player, he is recognized by the public and the press as an outstanding artist, as much in the classical world as in the worlds of jazz, blues, rock and world music. After obtaining a Master's degree in classical double bass at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Lyon, Jérémy Bruyère travelled to the United States to study at the prestigious New School in New York.
Upon his return to Europe, he was noticed by several famous jazz artists who invited him to perform with them on numerous tours; thus, he performed in prestigious jazz and world music festivals with musicians such as Didier Lockwood, Ibrahim Maalouf, Tigran Hamasyan, Mélodie Gardot, Jacky Terrasson, John Ellis, Shai Maestro, Baptiste Trotignon, and Cyrille Aimée.
In 2014, he decided to create his own group, the Jérémy Bruyère Quartet, with which he received the first prize of the Trophée Jazz Matmut in 2016. He then signed a contract with the Belleville Jazz Records label, which released the group's first album, called "Pictures".
Recently, he joined the Thomas Ehnco Trio and the Laurent Coulondre Trio, two groups with which he was awarded the "Revelation of the Year" prize at the Victoire du Jazz.