Displaying talent at a very young age, Thomas Enhco began playing violin at three and piano at six. At nine, he made his debut at the Antibes Jazz Festival, at Didier Lockwood's invitation. Lockwood also opened doors for him at his Centre des musiques, where Enhco completed his training in jazz and classical music. At 14, the young musician formed his first group, Thomas Enhco &Co., while at the same time making the most of his talent performing with Peter Erskine, Biréli Lagrène, Mike Stern, Toots Thielemans and Jane Birkin. In 2006, he put out a first disc, Esquisse, followed by Someday My Prince Will Come, which received a Django d'or for "Best New Talent", in 2010. The same year, Enhco composed the sound track for the film Aux arts, citoyens ! 2012 saw the release of a new album, Fireflies.