Thibault Falk was born in Le Puy-en-Velay, near Lyon, France. With an early interest in jazz, he completed classical piano training at the Conservatoire Massenet in Saint-Étienne (Diplom Fins d'études). Never in the following five years as he studied business administration was his bond with jazz broken. In February, 1997, he decided to make his hobby a profession and moved to Berlin, where he studied jazz and popular music at Hanns-Eisler, gaining a teaching certificate. In 2002 he and his international quartet won the Jazz & Blues Award in Berlin, the Jury Award with Jean-Paul Bourelly and the Public Award.
The pianist composes and arranges for his own quartet, having released albums "Pour La Chambre d'Aga" (Intuition) and "Sur Le Fil" (Unit Records). He and his quartet have played CD-release concerts all over Europe: including London, Paris, Lyon, Lisbon, Berlin, Kassel and Swinoujscie. He accompanies other musical projects such as Mi Solar (Cuban, world-music), Enrico & Groove (Latin Jazz), Terra Caliente (Latin Fusion), Bérangère Palix & Band (French Songs) and more. He was a member of the band "Mo Blow" (earlier, "Sahnefunk" and toured in London, Liverpool, Paris, Brussels, Antwerp, Northern Germany and Dresden. Thibault Falk has played with noteworthy musicians including Kenny Martin, Michael Clifton, Fuasi Abdul-Khaliq, Ray Blue, Carlos Bica and Michael Kersting. 2007 and 2008 marked a hiatus as he pursued musical engagements in Dubai and Lausanne, but since then he is back in Berlin, devoted again to his own music.