Jean-Christian Michel

Jean-Christian Michel is a composer of music inspired by classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach and jazz. He plays the clarinet, piano and church organ.

Jean-Christian Michel has received 3 diamond discs, 7 platinum discs and 10 golden discs. He is a "Full Member" of the SACEM (association of composers and music publishers to protect copyright and royalties). He received the prize for "Sciences and Culture" at the Sorbonne, Paris, France, awarded by a jury consisting of six Nobel prize winners.

The famous drummer Kenny Clarke played and recorded with Jean-Christian Michel during 10 years.

On the other hand, Jean-Christian Michel is a climber. He was to climb the "first" of Tawesche, in the Himalayas with Yannick Seigneur, the famous conqueror of Makalu.


  • Requiem
  • Aranjuez
  • Musique Sacrée (with Kenny Clarke)
  • Crucifixus
  • JQM (with Kenny Clarke)
  • Le Cœur des Etoiles
  • Vision d’Ezéchiel
  • Ouverture Spatiale (with Kenny Clarke)
  • Eve des Origines (with Kenny Clarke)
  • Port-Maria (with Kenny Clarke)
  • Musique de Lumière
  • Jean-Christian Michel in Concert
  • Vif-Obscur
  • Les Années-Lumière
  • Les Cathédrales de Lumière
  • Aranjuez 2004
  • Portail de l'Espace 2005
  • Bach transcriptions 2006
  • ''Live concert 2007

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