Jeromos was born and raised in Reunion Island where so many different ethnicities live all together. He wandered in Europe since 2000 and still keeps on moving... Paris, Warsaw, Prague, Budapest...
In Europe, he changed his musical approach (after many years of classical music) and started to improvise more and more. Meeting people from very different backgrounds he started to adapt his techniques to converse with other musicians (american folk, blues, world music, etc.).
Playing with various bands in many styles, he likes to jump from one world to another.
He drags his violin everywhere he can ﬁnd people enjoying Music. In Budapest since 2008, he happily joined the Last Drops, Home Sessions, One More Round, The Poosta Ramblers, Madame Yeti Woman, Ipar Kutyá and enjoys playing with Zöldhullam and friends. He was invited on stage by Jamie Winchester late 2010 and sat up a recent duet with Michael Kentish, in which he is performing as violonist but also guitarist, singer and song-writer. From classical to contemporary music (taking part in Grecsó Zoltán’s Willany Leó Improvizációs Táncszínház), spoken word, barn rock, bluegrass and pop music, he likes to jump from one world to another. He also started recently to compose soundtracks for short movies, produce bands and compose some string quartet pieces requested by Jamie Winchester.