Born in the town of Pithiviers (in the Loiret region of France) in 1981, Jérôme Huille began his cello studies with Augusin Lefebvre at the Orléans Conservatory.
Later, he completed studies with Roland Pidoux at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris. Soon, his affinity for early music led him to earn a diploma in baroque cello with David Simpson at the Conservatoire National de Région de Paris. The subject of his thesis was the lirone, an instrument which on which he also performs. He later returned to the Conservatoire National Supérieur to pursue postgraduate studies with Christophe Coin.
Along with numerous concerts, Jérôme has been part of chamber music projects with such musicians as François Fernandez, Christophe Coin, Jean Tubéry, Kenneth Weiss and others… He is principal cello of various Baroque ensemble and orchestras.
Enthusiastically alternating between modern and baroque cello, Jerome Huille is fortunate to pursue an eclectic career. He has collaborated with choreographer Béatrice Massin on a project highlighting a musical correlation between art, dance, and music, featuring performances of Bach’s solo cello suites at the Musée du Louvre.
As part of the ‘Dialogues’ duo with keyboardist Alissa Duryee, he completed a recording project based on repertoire for cello and keyboard from Frescobaldi to Debussy. Jerome Huille participated in a project dedicated to composer Astor Piazzolla, with accordionist Daniel Mille and actor Jean-Louis Trintignant.
Recently, he has toured with the musical theater production “Mars 2037”, written by Pierre Guillois and Nicolas Ducloux, in which he plays electric cello.