Pierre Cochereau (1924-1984) was a French organist, composer and conductor. He was born near Paris, France, and studied music at the Paris Conservatoire. He later served as organist and choirmaster at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, and composed a number of works for organ and choir.
He studied with André Fleury and Paul Delafosse, whom Cochereau succeeded as titular organist at St. Roch in Paris in 1942.
Pierre Cochereau had a worldwide reputation as a concert organist and especially as a brilliant improviser. Among his works are an organ symphonie and a concerto for organ and orchestra.