When you need to create an atmosphere of love and romance, when you need to invoke the mood
of a smoky Parisian café, when you need to capture the sounds of mystery, journeys, and found and
lost loves, turn to the music of accordion virtuoso Jacques Pellarin.

For over 27 years, virtuoso accordionist Jacques Pellarin has brought the sounds
of the French countryside to all corners of the globe. With 6 albums and multiple
international tours, he has shared his musette-inspired accordion compositions
with a world-wide audience.
Jacques’ professional career began as part of the internationally acclaimed Baikal
Duo and after 18 years of classical performances, Jacques formed a quartet and
an acoustic trio in order to pursue a freer interpretation of jazz and world music.
In 2011, the Jacques Pellarin Quartet released the critically-acclaimed album Sup
Dude and today, Jacques continues to compose, perform, and tour —focusing
now on sharing his music with a larger global audience through strategic
placements and song licensing deals

Multiple placements on NPR’s Morning Edition:
Chacun son Monde and Corinazon on 11/27/2012
Karenita and Comme par Enchantement on 10/23/2012
Song for Co on 10/15/2012
Romananche on 7/17/2012
Chacun son Monde and Rodeo Latino on 7/13/2012
Sa Favorite and The Groove Maker on 6/30/2012
Romananche was featured on the soundtrack to the film Madeleine et la Lune in 2012
Même Seul was included on a French compilation "Jazz Accordion" - (label 52nd Street East)
Video for La Messe Est Dite was placed on CINAVISION tv in 2012
All music is readily available for synch via a standard YouLicense agreement or contact Jacques Pellarin, the
exclusive license holder, directly for simple direct placement

Jacques Pellarin   Jacques Pellarin, Rhône-Alpes, France

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    Drôle de dilemme

    Jacques Pellarin on February 28, 2013 18:50
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    Jacques Pellarin on October 13, 2012 15:59
  • Valse douce amère Artwork

    Valse douce amère

    Jacques Pellarin on March 02, 2013 12:25

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