Jérémie De Witte
Jérémie De Witte is a Belgian film music composer born in 1995 in Brussels. He studied composition at the Royal Conservatory of Liège and electronic music at the SAE (Brussels Institute). He is now student of the InMICS programme at the KASK & Conservatorium/School of Arts Ghent (Belgium) and will spend the second year of the programme at the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Music (Canada).
As a teenager, he played drums in a rock band with one of his best friends. Later, he discovered the piano and took classes with Iona Cristina Mihai, Charly Delbecq and Alexander Gurning. He started to compose music for screen while he collaborated with his father (Philippe De Witte), who is a film director. His biggest influences as a young teenager is the Gladiator’s soundtrack of Hans Zimmer. Besides film music Jérémie is also influenced by : rock (Jack White, RATM, Nirvana,…), rap (Eminem), classical music (Chopin, Satie), minimalism (Philip Glass), and electroacoustic music like Nils Frahm.