Adrien Trybucki devotes his activity as a composer to acoustic, electroacoustic and electronic music.
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. Receiving commissions from many performers, ensembles and institutions, he is also supported by the writing grant for an original musical work of the French Ministry of Culture, the National center for music (France) and the French public commission program Mondes nouveaux. Trybucki's music have been performed in arround fifteen countries around the world, especially during Manifeste, Présences, Archipel, Lucerne, Cheltenham and Royaumont festivals, by many renowned interpreters and ensembles.
After studying in Toulouse then obtaining a master's degree in composition at the National superior conservatory for music and dance in Lyon under the direction of Philippe Hurel, he followed the cursus program on composition and computer music at Ircam.
Trybucki 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.
Member of the board of the French union of contemporary music composers (SMC) since 2020, Trybucki became deputy chairman in 2021 then chairman in 2022.
He is also a member of the commission for contemporary classical music of the Sacem and a member of the French National center for music (CNM) financial aid allocation commissions.
From 2018 to 2020, he was pedagogical coordinator of the musical creation department of the National superior conservatory for music and dance in Lyon.