Biography

Samuel Andreyev’s compositions span many genres, from chamber to orchestra as well as acousmatic and vocal music. He studied composition with Allain Gaussin in Paris, then at the Paris Conservatory (CNSMDP) from 2006-2011, where his main teachers were Frédéric Durieux (composition) and Claude Ledoux (analysis). He has also attended composition courses such as Royaumont, Darmstadt, Impuls and the Centre Acanthes. He completed his education at IRCAM in 2011-2012. Named a member of the Académie de France à Madrid, Samuel Andreyev resided at the Casa de Velázquez in Spain from 2012-2013. He was awarded the grand prize of the Henri Dutilleux Competition in 2012. He will be composer in residence in Tours, France during 2013-2015. Samuel Andreyev has taught at institutions such as the Haute Ecole de Musique de Genève and the Annecy Conservatory. His music is performed throughout the world, and has been commissioned by organizations such as Radio France, the Archipel Festival, le Balcon, Esprit Orchestra, Hanatsu-Miroir, and many others. His most recent CD, The Tubular West, was released by Torpor Vigil Records in 2013. Also a poet, his first trade collection, Evidence, was published in 2009. He lives in Paris.

Samuel Andreyev's scores are published by Alphonse Leduc (France) and Resolute Music Publications (USA)


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