Christophe Rodomisto, was born in 1973 in Lyon. In 1999 he began his career as a guitarist and co-leader of the French rock band Opposum. He also worked with choreographers Jean-Jacques Sanchez (Trans Sud Amérique, 2005) and Thierry Thieû Niang (Une chose, 2006) as well as the electro bands Stalker and Chamots. Together with artist Pierre Malphettes he created Firefly at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris. He performed in Je pensais que mon Père at the Théâtre à cru in Tours in 2008, and in Platonov Mais adapted from Chekhov in 2011 (both directed by Alexis Armengol). Apart from his activities as a musician and arranger for Anaïs, Nevchehirlian and Tante Hortense, among others, he writes music for TV documentaries and founded the quartet The Brassens in 2007. With him playing the role of the famous chansonnier Georges Brassens, the quartet plays cover versions of songs ranging from Myène Farmer to Michael Jackson. It has released the albums Plus Dur, Meilleur, Plus Rapide, Plus Fort and Greatest Hits. In January 2013, he will perform in the premiere of Œuvre (Une Hypothèse de l'Art), directed by Renaud Cojo, at the theatre Le Carré-Les Colonnes.