In the early nineties he graduated from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, USA under the supervision of Grammy award winner Robert Freedman. He then taught and lectured in a number or significant musical institutions including Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and “L’ Aula de Musica Moderna i Jazz” of The Barcelona Liceo Conservatory.
I must say that I am very proud to have taught at LIPA, how to write Beatles songs to locals. The truth is that scouters ( locals form Liverpool) take the Beatles for granted but I had to learn the hard way to understand them so I became good at explaining to others how they did it”
In the early 90’s his innovative production skills took him to Colombia hired by national TV network Cosmovision. He soon came back to Europe to avoid the intense daily danger brought upon by the war with Pablo Escobar and DEA.
And started working with Spanish and French talent to create a new record label called Flamenco Street Projects which led to being awarded a UK national Arts Lottery funding to compose and perform the suite called the Immigrant.
Thomas learnt his production skills at Berklee College of Music alongside producers as Don Puluse ( Miles Davis, Sly Stone). He has combined industry expertise and knowledge with commercial acumen to produce numerous CDs, manage the promotion and marketing for online sales as well as providing tour management and promotion for live concert sales including securing public funding for live tours.