Where jazz and classical music meet, pianist and composer Guillaume de Chassy has created a poetic musical world of his own.
He is considered a major exponent of France’s creative music scene.
With his melodic and colourful, yet understated style, he creates a finely woven tapestry of sounds.
Guillaume de Chassy has collaborated with such American and European jazz luminaries as Paul Motian, Andy Sheppard, Mark Murphy, Enrico Rava, Lars Danielsson, Paolo Fresu, Daniel Yvinec, André Minvielle, Christophe Marguet, David Linx, Émile Parisien, Stéphane Kerecki, etc.
He has also played with many distinguished classical musicians: pianist Brigitte Engerer, opera singers Natalie Dessay, Laurent Naouri and Karen Vourc’h and choirmaster Joël Suhubiette.
Guillaume de Chassy performs all over the world with a wide range of projects.
Regularly praised by the press, his recorded output reflects his unclassifiable personality and relentless creativity.
Open to all artistic forms, he also been involved in projects which combine texts, visuals and music, notably with actresses Kristin Scott Thomas (with whom he recorded the album Shakespeare Songs), Vanessa Redgrave and Katja Riemann.