Grégoire Maret

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Grégoire Maret
Grégoire Maret and Marcus Miller at the North Sea Jazz Festival, 2007
Grégoire Maret and Marcus Miller at the North Sea Jazz Festival, 2007
Background information
Born (1975-05-13) May 13, 1975 (age 48)
Geneva, Switzerland
OriginNew York City
LabelsObliqSound, Universal, Sunnyside

Grégoire Maret (born May 13, 1975) is a jazz harmonica player.


Maret studied at Conservatoire de Musique de Genève, then The New School in New York City.[1] On March 13, 2012 Maret released his first album as a leader.[2] He has worked with Steve Coleman, Kurt Elling, Pat Metheny, Andy Milne, Meshell Ndegeocello, David Sanborn, Jacky Terrasson, and Cassandra Wilson.[1] In 2003 he was the subject of Swiss filmmaker Frédéric Baillif's documentary Sideman.[1]


As leader or co-leader[edit]

Year Album Artist Label
2007 Scenarios Andy Milne & Grégoire Maret ObliqSound
2012 Grégoire Maret Grégoire Maret eOne
2016 Wanted Grégoire Maret Sunnyside
2020 Americana Grégoire Maret, Romain Collin, and Bill Frisell ACT Music

As sideman or guest[edit]

Album Artist Year
Holding Back the Years Jimmy Scott 1998
New Age of Aquarius Andy Milne's Cosmic Dapp Theory 1999
What It Is Jacky Terrasson 1999
Inside David Sanborn 1999
Mood Indigo Jimmy Scott 2000
Over the Rainbow Jimmy Scott 2001
The Simple Life Leon Parker 2001
A Paris... Jacky Terrasson 2001
The Ascension to Light Steve Coleman and Five Elements 2001
Bar Talk Jeff "Tain" Watts 2002
Cookie: The Anthropological Mixtape Meshell Ndegeocello 2002
And Friends Veit Hübner 2002
Rock Island Bethany Yarrow 2003
You've Never Seen Everything Bruce Cockburn 2003
Glamoured Cassandra Wilson 2003
Right Now Move Charlie Hunter Quintet 2003
Y'all Just Don't Know Dapp Theory 2003
All in That Sky Gabriele Donati 2003
Moonglow Jimmy Scott 2003
It Doesn't Matter Lou Watson 2003
Crossing Jordan Soundtrack Various artists 2003
Mystery to Me Janek Gwizdala 2004
Someone to Tell Ari Hest 2004
Costume Brandon Ross 2004
Bebel Gilberto Bebel Gilberto 2004
Lucidarium Steve Coleman and Five Elements 2004
Tales of the Stuttering Mime Eric Revis 2004
The Voice Within Fabio Morgera 2004
Irreplaceable George Benson 2004
Shapeshifter Matthew Garrison 2004
Carnets de bord Bernard Lavilliers 2005
El Hombre Carlos "Patato" Valdes 2005
One Foot in the Swamp John Ellis 2005
The Spirit Music Jamia: Dance of the Infidel Meshell Ndegeocello 2005
Silver Rain Marcus Miller 2005
Remember Their Innocence Onaje Allan Gumbs 2005
The Way Up Pat Metheny Group 2005
Native Lands Will Calhoun 2005
State of Mind Raul Midón 2005
Thunderbird Cassandra Wilson 2006
Huge in Japan Dario Boente 2006
Side-by-Side Francis Jacob 2006
Hugmars Hugh Marsh 2006
Brazilian Dreamin' Joe Beck Trio 2006
Virgin Forest Lionel Loueke 2006
Who Let the Cats Out? Mike Stern 2006
Nightmoves Kurt Elling 2007
Be the True Revolution Kyra Gaunt 2007
2 Nega 2007
The Movie Clare & the Reasons 2007
Wolno Marek Napiórkowski 2007
A Tribute to Joni Mitchell Various artists 2007
Piano Man Philippe Saisse 2007
Architect of the Silent Moment Scott Colley 2007
Make Someone Happy Sophie Milman 2007
Echo Alyssa Graham 2008
Marcus Marcus Miller 2008
Chasing Shadows Tony Grey 2008
Far From Home Beat Kaestli 2009
Freewheel Stade 2009
In the Middle of It All In the Middle of It All 2009
More to Say Terri Lyne Carrington 2009
The Search Within Sean Jones 2009
Songs in the Key of New York Clare & Jeremy 2009
Triptych Justin Vasquez 2009
The Ten Shades of Blues Richard Bona 2009
Inner Dance Fabrizio Sotti 2010
Push Jacky Terrasson 2010
Puppet Mischief John Ellis and Double-Wide 2010
Orchestre de Chambre Miniature, Vol. 1 Olivier Manchon 2010
Haunted Love Andrés Garcia & The Ghost 2011
Highest Praise Manifest 2011
The Eleventh Hour Johnathan Blake 2012
Blue, Vol. 1 Jeff "Tain" Watts 2015
Blue, Vol. 2 Jeff "Tain" Watts 2016
From This Place Pat Metheny 2020


  1. ^ a b c Collar, Matt. "Grégoire Maret". AllMusic. Retrieved 27 February 2020.
  2. ^ Black, Brent (1 March 2012). "Bop-N-Jazz: Gregoire Maret / Gregoire Maret Eone 2012". Archived from the original on 25 August 2016. Retrieved 5 March 2012.