Jérome Thomas learned the art of circus and juggling with Annie Fratellini before studying the art of cabaret. At an early age, he became interested in jazz and has worked with a number of musicians including Bernard Lubat, Carlo Rizzo, Marc Perronne, Pascal Lloret, Alfred Spirli, Jacques Higelin, and Andy Aimler. These encounters led him to practice the art of improvisation.

Since then, Jérôme Thomas has performed in a wide range of formats, working with musicians and choreographers. In 1992, he founded ARMO (Atelier de Recherche en Manipulation d'Objets)/Cie Jérôme Thomas, with which he has created several performances that have toured France and abroad. This provides the ideal setting for his research on improvisation and the relationship between juggling and music, between theater and circus, working on movement and the manipulation of objects.

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