Jérémie Carrier is a young Canadian composer and percussionist. Born in Moncton New Brunswick 1993, He started his musical explorations on the drum set and eventually began his bachelor's degree where he was exposed to classical Marimba, interpretation and keyboard improvisation. These discoveries led to an urge to learn more and create works of his own. In 2016 he began his masters in Jazz Vibraphone to expand on his knowledge of jazz harmony and improvisation. During his masters degree, he grew into a passionate musician who approaches the process of composing from an interprets point of view, always looking for new ways to express himself in both compositional and improvisational mediums. Specializing in classical, jazz and electronic music, his creative approach bridges the gaps between these rich musical dimensions, creating a cohesive blend that reflects his diverse musical inspirations. Recently he has begun his Doctorat studies at l'Université de Laval in Quebec City where he is exploring the technological possibilities of augmented mallet percussions such as the electric vibraphone. His musical endeavours also include experimentation with electronic backing tracks, looping mallet percussion, classical and jazz fusions and the perfection of electroacoustic soundscapes. Always looking forward, to the new innovations in technology and theory for sources of inspiration.