Thomas Enhco is a legend in his home country France. The twenty-something pianist belongs to a group of innovative and very daring musicians. Didier Lockwood discovered Enhco when he was just nine years old and already a promising violinist. Shortly thereafter Enhco started playing the piano, too. When he was 18 the Parisian debuted with his album Esquisse, sponsored by master drummer Peter Erskine. It was apparent that in his compositions Enhco looks to make clear connections with classical music. The album was followed by Someday My Prince Will Come and Fireflies; two powerful albums yet again, and in between he wrote the score for the movie Les Cinq Parties Du Monde and recorded a CD with drummer Jack DeJohnette and bassist John Patitucci. Enhco’s lyrical way of playing the piano and ability to improvise are particularly remarkable.