Fascinated by organ in all its ways of expression, Guy-Baptiste Jaccottet (1998) studies repertoire in the class of Benjamin Righetti (HEMU-Lausanne) and improvisation in the class of Paul Goussot (CRR Rueil-Malmaison). Deeply attracted to improvisation, theater and cinema, he is titular organist at the Théâtre Barnabé. From 2019 to 2021, he is assistant organist at the Saint-François Church in Lausanne. In 2020, he took up his duties as titular organist at the Temple de La Tour-de-Peilz and as organ teacher at the Conservatoire de Montreux-Vevey-Riviera.
As a concert organist, a cinema organist or in chamber music, he gives about thirty concerts a year, notably in prestigious places (Verbier Festival, Festival internazionale di musica organistica di Magadino, Festival l’orgue fait son cinéma Geneva, Festival Bach de Lausanne, Davos Festival). Always keen to defend a wide and varied repertoire, he regularly produces videos on his YouTube channel. His music was also recognized in 2016 with the First Prize and the Audience Prize of the international composition competition Musique Nouvelle pour Flûte-à-bec as well as the publication of his pedagogical works by the association Kinder an die Orgel (2022 release).
Eager for novelty, but respectful of the traditions, he received in 2019 the scholarship for talent and creativity from the Fondation Casino Barrière.