Dr. Jérôme Mouffe

Academy Program Founder

Is an active concertist, pedagogue, and community builder. Faculty at the New England Conservatory in Boston, Jérôme Mouffe has toured throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Europe as a soloist and chamber musician. Highlight performances include the Celebrity Series of Boston, the OMNI Series in San Francisco, the Austin Classical Guitar International Series, the International Brussels Guitar Festival, the Festival del Noreste in Saltillo, Mexico, and the Newport Music Festival in Rhode Island, among others. Jérôme Mouffe has toured with guitar phenomenon Grisha Goryachev and Pacific Symphony Orchestra principal flute, Benjamin Smolen. Jérôme Mouffe has released two albums: Capriccio, on the VGo Recordings label in 2009, and more recently Bach to Beaser with flautist Benjamin Smolen. Dr. Mouffe holds degrees from the Royal Conservatory in Brussels and the Mozarteum Univertität Salzburg. He was the first classical guitarist to receive a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from the New England Conservatory of Music. His principal teachers include Eliot Fisk, Ricardo Gallen, Emmanuel Rossfelder, and Hugues Navez. Jérôme Mouffe is also on Faculty at Bridgewater State University, and serves as an Artistic Advisor to the Boston Classical Guitar Society. To find out more, please visit: www.jeromemouffe.com