Jean-Claude Petit

Jean-Claude Petit gets the First Prize for harmony, fugue and counterpoint at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris at the age of 10, before accompanying on piano jazz musicians such as Dexter Gordon, Johnny Griffin or Kenny Clarke.

In 1966, he became an arranger for many french pop artists such as Claude François, Julien Clerc, Eddy Mitchell... It is in 1982 that Jean-Claude Petit decided to break with pop music and begin to serve cinema with the diversity of his music ...

Through his passion for music, his experience and his vision as a committed artist, Jean-Claude Petit talks about his amazing musical journey and moves us into it, making us discover a rich world of knowledge and emotions ...

2016, 52 minutes. 16.9 diffusion : Orange Cinéma Séries

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