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Adrien Trybucki, born in Toulouse (France) in 1993, explores the fields of instrumental, vocal, electroacoustic and electronic music with the same desire to forge and sculpt an incandescent sound, marked by an impulsive and obsessive energy.
The obsessive nature of his writing can be found in his firsts opuses for which he received the Île de créations awards in 2014, the award of the Francis and Mica Salabert foundation in 2018 and the Nadia and Lili Boulanger award of the Academy of Fine Arts (Intitute of France) in 2019.

In residence at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris in 2018-2019, he is the author of more than thirty works, published by BabelScores and Durand editions (Universal Music Publishing).
He receives commissions from various performers and ensembles, as well as from Ircam – Center Pompidou, Radio France, Grame, Lucerne Festival, Musique Nouvelle en Liberté and the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg.

The virtuosity of Trybucki's music is inseparable from the commitment of the performer, whose energy nourishes the work.
He works with the National orchestra of Île-de-France, the Ensemble intercontemporain, the Ensemble orchestral contemporain, the ensembles Talea, Court-circuit, L'Itinéraire, Divertimento, Taller Sonoro, Switch, Zellig, the Atelier XX-21, the Ensemble Musicatreize, the Maîtrise de Toulouse, conducted by Jean Deroyer, Bruno Mantovani, Roland Hayrabedian, Julien Leroy, James Baker, Daniel Kawka, Fabrice Pierre, Sandro Gorli, Lucas Vis, etc. He also collaborates with Diotima quartet, the soloists of the National orchestra of the Capitole of Toulouse, K/D/M trio, XAMP Duo and soloists such as Jérôme Comte, Juliet Fraser, Tom Kolor, Marie Soubestre and many artists of his generation.

His works have been programmed during the Manifeste (Paris), Archipel (Geneva), Présences (Paris), Lucerne and Cheltenham festivals, the Biennale des musiques exploratoires (Lyon) and the Bypass forum (Toulouse), broadcast on several national radio stations in Europe (Radio France, BBC, RTS, Yle Radio) and performed in many countries: France (Maison de la Radio, Le CentQuatre, Salle Gaveau, La Scala in Paris, Opera of Lyon, Auditorium Saint-Pierre des cuisines in Toulouse, Royaumont Abbey, Renaissance Theater in Oullins), Switzerland (Alhambra in Geneva, KKL Luzern), Germany (Resonanzraum Hamburg), United States, Italy, United Kingdom, South Korea, Finland, China, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, etc.

Trybucki began his musical studies at the Toulouse regional conservatory, in the classes of cello, harmony, counterpoint, analysis, history of music, conducting, instrumental and vocal composition with Guy Olivier Ferla and electronic composition with Bertrand Dubedout. He then continued his training as a composer at the Lyon higher national conservatory of music and dance with Philippe Hurel and Martin Matalon where he oriented his work towards electroacoustic music. After obtaining the graduate degree in musical creation equivalent to a master's degree, in 2018–2019 he followed the composition and computer music course at Ircam – Centre Pompidou which in particular enabled him to perfect numerous computer aided composition tools.
His compositional thinking has also been shaped by meeting his peers, especially during the Voix nouvelles program of the Royaumont foundation, master classes and academies such as Manifeste, Impuls, Lucerne, Time of music and June in Buffalo.

Adrien Trybucki (b. 1993) devotes his activity as a composer to acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic music.
The obsessive nature of his writing can be found in his firsts opuses for which he received the awards Île de créations in 2014, from the Francis and Mica Salabert foundation in 2018 and from the Academy of Fine Arts in 2019.
In residence at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris in 2018-2019, he is the author of more than thirty works, published by BabelScores and Durand-Universal and broadcast on several national radio stations in Europe.
Trybucki's music, marked by an impulsive and obsessive energy, have been performed in a dozen countries around the world, especially during Manifeste, Présences, Archipel, Lucerne, Cheltenham and Royaumont festivals, by many interpreters of his generation as well as renowned ensembles.
After studying in Toulouse then obtaining a master's degree at the National superior conservatory for music and dance in Lyon under the direction of Philippe Hurel, Trybucki followed the cursus program on composition and computer music at Ircam.
His compositional thinking has also been shaped by meeting his peers, especially in master classes and international academies.

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