Maxime Perrin is a jazz and world music accordionist.
He started on stage thanks to balls and parties. He became interested in jazz and improvised music. He multiplied his stage experiences and contacts with Eastern European music bands (Circus Alexis Gruss, Les fils Canouche…) and songs (Dikès, Akim, Air brut…).
He is the founder of various groups, arranger for Tiziana Valentini, and participates in various jazz projects alongside Bertrand Renaudin, Thierry Bonneaux, and Didier Malherbe.
He also loves to wow his audience: on stage with EELS (Trianon), at the Septième Ciel des Fatals Picards, or in small concert cafés with small jazz orchestras and intimate settings.
Whether they are jazz, electrified, electro or rock, his projects and musical experiences seduce with a sound that is continually being reformed, as shown in his latest project, the quartet Les Célestins, which marries jazz and hip hop.
For more than ten years, he has accompanied one-man show artists (such as Christophe Alévêque), played improv music with the Improvisation League, and also produced the ambiance for plays such as À la vie, à la mort de Simone Rist (Festival d’Avignon, 2014 and 2015).