Adrien Trybucki (b. 1993) is a composer dedicated to acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic music. The obsessive nature of his writing can be found in his first opus, including the orchestral piece "Cinq Visions" for which he received the prize Île de créations in 2014. His works, marked by an impulsive and obsessive energy, have been performed in Europe (France, Italy, Switzerland, England, Spain, Finland), in the United States and in Korea, and have been also radio broadcast (BBC, France Musique and RTS).
Trybucki started composing at an early age and then studied at Toulouse with Bertrand Dubedout and Guy-Olivier Ferla. He is currently finishing his master's degree at the National Superior Conservatory (CNSMD) of Lyon under the direction of Philippe Hurel and Martin Matalon. On the occasion of festivals and academies such as Manifeste (IRCAM), Voix Nouvelle (Royaumont), Lucerne, Archipel, Time of Music, Impuls, June in Buffalo and Opus XXI, he has been influenced by his meetings with Philippe Leroux, Pierluigi Bilone, Raphaël Cendo, Ivan Fedele, Wolfgang Rihm, Enno Poppe and Michael Jarrell.
He works with many interpreters of his generation, but also with the ensembles Talea, Court-circuit, Intercontemporain, Divertimento, the Diotima quartet, the Orchestre national d’Île-de-France, the Orchestre Ose and the Maîtrise de Toulouse. Published by Durand-Universal and BabelScores, he has received commissions from Radio France, Musique nouvelle en liberté, Toulouse mélodie française, the [Switch~ ensemble], the Association Aïda and the Festival Occitania.