Martin Hybler studied composition and conducting at Prague Conservatory, then he graduated from the Prague Academy of Performing Arts. His dissertation on modern orchestra instrumentation was officially published. He enriched his education by research fellowships abroad, specifically at Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hamburg, and international composing classes ISA in Austrian Mürzzuschlag.
Martin Hybler has written 42 opuses of contemporary music, including scores for symphonic orchestras, chamber music and solo works.
His compositions were performed at many international festivals such as Prague Spring, Klagenspuren Festival in Innsbruck, Prague Premieres, MusicOlomoc, Silk Sound Road in Biškek. His works were also played throughout Europe(Slovakia, England, France, Germany) and in the USA. His very last composition was specially written as commissioned work for The Prague Spring Competition. Hybler’s works were performed by eminent Czech groups and personalities such as Prague Philharmonia, conductor Jakub Hrůša, oboist Vilém Veverka, ensemble Moens, and the Philharmonic Octet.
Hybler’s works can be found in publishing houses such as Triga, Musica Mundana Musikverlag, Baerenreiter, Schott. ossover projects. He teaches at Academy of Performing Arts in Prague. Martin is a founding member of the initiative IMUZA.