Emre Eröz (b. 1995) started music by playing electric guitar at an early age. In high school, he developed an interest in diverse types of music, especially free jazz and rock. In 2015, he was accepted to the Theory and Composition program at Bilkent University Faculty of Music and Performing Arts for his bachelor’s degree and he still continues his composition studies with Onur Türkmen. Additionally, Eröz had the opportunity to study with remarkable composers such as Beat Furrer, Clara Iannotta, Pierluigi Billone, Mark Andre, Bruno Mantovani, Eun-Hwa Cho, Martin Hiendl, Ken Ueno, Mahir Çetiz, Ulrich Alexander Kreppein, and he worked with many performers and ensembles including Garth Knox, Diamanda La Berge Dramm, IEMA Ensemble, Pre-Art Ensemble, Hezarfen Ensemble, Yurodny Ensemble, Black Pencil as well as NK Ensemble. Eröz was recently awarded second prize in the pre-art Competition for Young Composers for his ensemble piece Amnesia. Also, his research-based quartet Adsum, which combines Turkish music instruments and Western music, has released by Bilgi Label in album project “Lahza” at Spotify and Apple Music.