Léo Warynski

Musical Director

Léo Warynski trained as an orchestra conductor under François-Xavier Roth at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris ( CNSMDP ), and Pierre Cao at ARSYS Bourgogne.

A versatile conductor, his repertoire contains symphonies and operas as well as choral works, and he conducts regularly with such prestigious ensembles and orchestras as the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Orchestre des Lauréats du CNSMDP, The Ensemble Remix, The Ensemble Modern, the WDR Orchestra of Cologne, The Colombia Symphony Orchestra or the Accentus chamber choir.

His deep attachment to creation has led him to conduct first performances of, notably, the opera Aliados by Sebastian Rivas, with The Ensemble Multilatérale ( with the orchestras of the Operas in Caen, Nancy and Nimes ) ; Giordiano Bruno, an opera by Francesco Filidei, with the Ensemble Remix Casa da Musica ( Piccolo Teatro di Milano ) and the Ensemble Intercontemporain ( Theatre of Caen ); and Mririda by Ahmed Essyad at the Rhine Opera. He regularly collaborates with the Accentus choral ensemble.

This season Léo Warynski will be notably conducting the Orchestra of Lille, the Colombia Symphony Orchestra and the Pays de la Loire Orchestra. Léo Warynski is Musical Director of the Ensemble Multilatérale, an instrumental formation dedicated to newly created works, and also the vocal ensemble Les Métaboles, which he founded in 2010.