Adrien Trybucki (b. 1993) started composing at an early age, in parallel with scientific studies that had an influence on his work. His music as been performed in France and in Italy by numerous ensembles, namely the Orchestre National d’Île-de-France, the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Divertimento Ensemble and the Maîtrise de Toulouse. Since 2014, he studies at the National Superior Conservatory of Lyon under the direction of Philippe Hurel. Previously, at the Conservatory of Toulouse where he obtained several diplomas, he studied composition with Bertrand Dubedout and Guy-Olivier Ferla, as well as cello, conducting, harmony, counterpoint and music theory. He also has been influenced by his meetings with Philippe Leroux, Ivan Fedele, Bernard Cavanna, Michael Jarell and Joshua Fineberg (ManiFeste-2015 at the IRCAM, Academy Opus XXI and Composit New Music Festival). In 2014, he has been the laureate of Île de créations for his orchestral work Cinq Visions, and he is currently one of the finalists of the competition Feeding Music at the Milano Universal Exhibition. Author of a catalog of over thirty pieces, he has received commissions from the Orchestre National d’Île-de-France, Radio France, Musique Nouvelle en Liberté, the Italian Pavillion Expo 2015 Milano and the Institut d’Études Occitanes de Haute-Garonne. His works are published by Durand (Universal Music Publishing) and BabelScores.