Adam Porębski (b. 1990) is a composer, violinist, pianist, improviser, arranger, producer, lecturer and teacher. He graduated from the Music Academy in Wrocław in the composition class of Krystian Kiełb (Primus Inter Pares honours) and the violin class of Małgorzata Kogut-Ślanda. He also attended compositional masterclasses in Apeldoorn, Radziejowice, and Cracow. In 2016 he obtained a PhD in musical arts. He has received numerous scholarships from the Polish Ministry of Culture and has won awards in Poland and at international composition competitions, for example, the 1st prize in the Fourth Witold Szalonek Composition Competition of the Silesian Rostrum of Composers in Katowice (2009), the 3rd prize in the Grzegorz Fitelberg Polish National Competition for Composers in Katowice (2011), the 2nd prize in the Krzysztof Penderecki International Composers’ Competition ARBORETUM in Radom (2012). His works have been performed throughout Europe, the USA, and Australia. He is also an avid performer, notably acting as a live electronics improviser.