Tom Olivier-Beuf is a pianist, accordionist and composer based in Paris and Los Angeles.
Raised in a family of Award-winning musicians, he’s studied at the finest french conservatories since age five. In 2016, he is awarded a 30,000$ scholarship to the Berklee College of Music and starts a new chapter of his life in Boston. While studying Jazz and Film Scoring, Tom is also a music business tutor at Harvard University and performs weekly at the legendary Wally’s Jazz Cafe.
After touring with Javon Jackson (Jazz Messengers, Elvin Jones, Freddie Hubbard), Tom moves to Los Angeles where he writes music for The Voice China, France Television, the Kansas City Museum, America Test Kitchen, the French Ministry of Culture and Yuval Ron Music among others.
Currently living between Paris and Los Angeles, Tom is defining his sound palette, working on projects ranging from operas and plays, to video games, audio books and short films, and performing in theaters, jazz clubs and underground places across Europe and the US.