“Devilishly clever and playing with the codes too. A music which does not seek to please at all costs but which all the same seduces precisely because it is brilliant but not flashy. » Thomas Julienne is an eclectic and singular musician. Primarily a double bass player, he stands out as a composer and arranger. It practices an open and differentiated transmission of pedagogy. After studying classical double bass at the Bordeaux CRR and Jazz at the Agen conservatory, he obtained a DNSPM at the higher pole of Paris in 2014 and the diploma from the CMDL Center des Musiques Didier Lockwood) in 2015. He was trained retrospectively by Jean-Paul Macé, Kent Carter, Gilles Naturel, Marc-Michel Lebevillon, Cristian Diaz, Jean Michel Charbonel, Chris Jennings (for double bass) Cristophe Dal-Sasso, and Carine Bonnefoy (for writing) . While developing his career as a Jazzman on the Parisian scene, he reflected on the question of transmission. As a musical composer, Thomas Julienne combines his talents as a multi-instrumentalist (Double bass - Guitar - Oud - Sitar), the multiplicity of his experiences and his skills in computer-assisted music. His creations illustrate his vocabulary; his palette allows him to use the richness of the "jazz language", the experimentation of timbres and the heritage of classical and symphonic music.