Adrien Trybucki

Adrien Trybucki (France, 1993) is a composer of acoustic, mixed, and electronic music. The obsessive quality of his writing can be found in his first works and notably in Cinq Visions for orchestra; a piece that won the Île de créations award in 2014. His works have been performed in Europe, the United States, Korea, and on several European radio stations including France Musique.

After studying in Toulouse with Bertrand Dubedout and Guy-Olivier Ferla, he is now completing his Master’s degree at the CNSMD de Lyon with Philippe Hurel and Martin Matalon. During festivals and academies such as ManiFeste (IRCAM), Voix Nouvelles (Royaumont), and Lucerne, his compositional thought has been influenced by encounters with Philippe Leroux, Ivan Fedele, Michael Jarrell, Pierluigi Bilone, Wolfgang Rihm, and Raphaël Cendo.

He works with the ensembles Talea, Court-circuit, intercontemporain, Divertimento, [Switch~], the Diotima quartet, the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, the Orchestre Ose, and the Maîtrise de Toulouse. His works are published by Durand-Universal and BabelScores.