In connection with his approach, he federates a collective, surrounding himself with talented musicians of his generation and the composer Thibault Perrine.

First of all, he created the Pari des Bretelles where he chose to mix his bellows with the bowed strings of double bass player Édouard Macarez and the Hermès Quartet. With this sextet, he explores, mixes and orders Thibault Perrine for a piece of “learned” music inspired by the musette repertoire, Suite Musette, and several arrangements of works by Gershwin, Prokofiev, Piazzolla.

Then, he imagines duets which radiate thanks to tours throughout France: with the double bass player Édouard Macarez (soloist of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France), Omer Bouchez (first violin of the Hermès Quartet) and the clarinet player Renaud Guy-Rousseau (soloist of the National Orchestra of France) and finally, an original trio will see the light of day in January 2019, with Romain Leleu on the trumpet and Thomas Leleu on the tuba.