Jazz Harmony and Piano Teacher
Etienne Guéreau studied classical piano, the fugue and counterpoint at the Issy-les-Moulineaux, Music Conservatory, notably under Isabelle Duha.
While pursuing his classical studies, he was accepted at a very young age into the Berkovitz Music School where he discovered the Berklee method of harmony and arrangements, as well as improvisation.
Etienne completed his harmonic training under Bernard Maury, with whom he studied for around ten years. This experience resulted in the production of his first solo piano album: “Influences” (2005) which he dedicated to his mentors.
In 2009, he released a second album, À l’Orient de Rio.
In addition to his pedagogical activities, Etienne accompanies musicians from all musical genres.