The French percussionist Jérémie Pannetier, born in Mâcon, France, is a member of “Delirium-Edition: organization for tomorrow’s” art since 2020.

As part of the Delirium Ensemble, Jérémie has participated in the creation of different works, with composers such as Johannes Kreidler (The Instrument does not hear itself, Every Sound is Low from “Music-19”, 2020), Caspar Johannes Walter (Chord Images, 2020), Oliver Rutz (Dedicated to the Conductor, 2020, für Perkussion, Klarinett und eine Wohnung, 2021), Lina Posécnaité (I’m not There, 2020) and many others.

His work with the ensemble is not only limited to percussion, but also includes a whole electronic aspect. Indeed, in addition to his career as a percussionist, Jérémie has specialized in electro-acoustic music, and has produced 3 Ep under the name “Imprea”, with the labels Aarden Records (AARD019), MTZ Noir Records (MTZN0067) and Detroit-Berlin (DB022).

He has also played on recognized radio stations in the electronic music world such as Fnoob Techno Radio, Plazma Records, Radio Viggo, Radio Techno Norway.

From an orchestral point of view, he has played with the National Orchestra of Belgium and the Berlin Metropolitan Orchestra, where he toured in all the main cities of China, the Orchestre Symphonique with which he recorded the CD “Les mélodies Françaises”, including the creations of composers such as Thierry Escaich, Richard Dubugnon, or Roger Boutry. With the Opéra de la Monnaie/De Munt (Brussels), he took part in the “Nuit des Musées”, in the piece Tutuguri VI for 6 percussionists, previously worked with the composer Wolfgang Rihm, as well as in the multi-media opera Three Tales by Steve Reich.

Jérémie was invited to play early music with “Ars Mirabilis”, at the Musée des instruments in Brussels. He also participated as a musician in the film “The Conductor” as well as the TV series “Les Misérables” for the BBC.

Jérémie Pannetier played for the KlaraFestival (2018) with the National Orchestra of Belgium and the choir of the Hungarian Radio (Mysterium by Alexandre Scriabin), every year for the  international competition “Les Symphonies d’Automnes” (2010-2019, France), the “Grandes Heures of Cluny” with the symphony orchestra of Mâcon (FR, 2015), “Geekopolis” at the Paris Expo (Porte de Versailles-Paris, 2015) with the ensemble La Sega, the International Percussion Ensemble Week (Zagreb, Croatia) With Orkestra Percussion (2011). To complete his musical journey, he recorded the drum parts in 2011 of the group Aesmah on CD.

Jérémie Pannetier studied at the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussels, and since 2010, teaches classical percussion in France and Belgium.