Adrian Demoč (b. 1985) is a composer and occasional performer and improviser on the fujara and piano. He studied with Martin Smolka, Frantisek Emmert, Doina Rotaru and Osvaldas Balakauskas in Brno, Bucharest and Vilnius. In 2008, Adrian received the Leoš Janáček Foundation Prize and later continued his doctorate studies with Martin Smolka (his thesis “Spectral Music and Its Perception of Time” was published in 2012) and obtained a PhD. In 2010m he was the head of the jury of the music discipline at NEU/NOW Nantes Festival organized by ELIA European League of Institutes of the Arts. In 2011, he was selected as a composer for the United Nations Youth Orchestra (Benasque, Spain) with his piece “Three Movements for String Orchestra” (2011). Adrian’s music has been performed so far in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Austria, Romania, Lithuania, France, Spain and USA. His music ranges from orchestral (“Symphony”, “Zikkurat”) and chamber music to conceptual scores (“Chess”) and multimedia performances (“Bioprodukt”).