Composer, arranger, conductor, violinist and orchestrator Thomas Roussel demonstrates an impressive versatility. Film, advertising, fashion shows (Chanel, Kenzo, Dior, Thierry Mugler), the mediums he has composed for are numerous and diverse, but it is also through the scenography of his shows and original compositions, mixing classical and electronic music, that this extraordinary musician reinvents himself permanently. It was him who, in June 2017, presented “Ravel’s Boléro” on the banks of the Seine to promote the 2024 Olympic games. “Of all the arts, music is the most in demand,” wrote Paul Valéry, and Thomas Roussel meets that demand through travel and dialogue with diverse audiences. It is of this artist’s plurality, like his ubiquity, that will be addressed by this artist very much of his time.