“Precise, sensitive and audacious”, are words used to describe Léo Warynski’s conducting. Open-minded and versatile, he directs all repertoires with the same enthusiasm, with a taste for the opera, the symphonic repertoire and the contemporary repertoire.

Léo Warynski trained as an orchestra conductor with François-Xavier Roth (CNSMD of Paris). He was rapidly sought out to work with different ensembles such as the Orchestre des Lauréats du CNSMDP, the Modern and Remix ensembles, the orchestra of the WDR of Cologne.

In 2016, he successfully directed the opera Mirida by Ahmed Essyad at the Opéra national du Rhin, made his debut leading the Ensemble Intercontemporain, and the following year headed the Orchestre de l’opéra de Rouen and the National symphonic orchestra of Colombia.

During the 2018 season, he is directing, among others, the orchestre de Normandie, the orchestre de l’opéra de Rouen, the creation of the opera Papillon Noir by Yann Robin at La Criée de Marcheille and of the opera Seven Stones by Ondrej Adamek at the festival d’Aix en Provence, and the French premiere of 200 Motels by Franck Zappa with the orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg at the festival Musica and at the Philharmonie de Paris.

Léo Warynski is the artistic director of the vocal ensemble Les Métaboles that he founded in 2010. Furthermore, in 2014, he was named music director of the ensemble Multilatérale, an instrumental ensemble dedicated to creation.