Emre Eröz

Emre Eröz (Turkey, b.1995) is a composer whose works explore the potential of complex sounds, drawing inspiration from various musical genres. He enjoys creating sonic narrations that explore the subtle spaces between the artificial and organic, as well as between the future and the past, derived from any found sonority. He began his musical journey by playing the electric guitar, then played in rock and jazz bands before taking up composition.

He holds a B.A. degree in Music Theory and Composition from Bilkent University. Since then, he has actively participated in various concerts, competitions, and workshops in Turkey, Europe, the United States, and Asia. His collaborations include many ensembles and soloists, such as Ensemble Next, Duo Signal, Taller Sonoro, Tokyo Sinfonietta, Spektral Quartet, Oerknal Ensemble, Pre-Art Soloists, and the International Ensemble Modern Academy, among others.

In 2022, he was admitted to the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) in the class of Stefano Gervasoni, and he studied new technologies with Yan Maresz, Luis Naón, and Grégoire Lorieux. He received support from the Fondation de France as well as the Foundation Meyer.