Jean‐Michel Blais
Jean‐Michel Blais

Jean‐Michel Blais Biography (Wikipedia)

Jean-Michel Blais (born 1984) is a composer and pianist from Québec, Canada. He currently resides in Montreal.

His music is influenced by a range of composers and pianists such as Frédéric Chopin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Maurice Ravel, classical minimalists (Steve Reich, Philip Glass, Erik Satie), and modern composers such as Chilly Gonzales and Yann Tiersen. English pop singer Ellie Goulding has cited Blais as an inspiration for her fourth album.

His debut studio album Il was released in April 2016 on Arts & Crafts, garnering critical acclaim, including making Time magazine's top ten albums of the year list. In 2017, he collaborated with Grammy-nominated English-Canadian electronic artist CFCF on the EP Cascades. His sophomore album, Dans ma main, was released on 11 May 2018, also on Arts & Crafts, and on 30 Nov 2018 Jean-Michel released Eviction Sessions.

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