Born in Paris, Théo Krosi-Douté studied music from age 4 to 20 at the Conservatoire Maurice Ravel in Levallois-Perret. There he earned an “End of Study Diploma” in cello and music theory, performed in numerous ensembles, and toured Europe and North America. At the Conservatoire Maurice Ravel, he studied composition under Prix de Rome laureate Michel Merlet. His music has since been performed in various countries around Europe. In 2011, Théo began his studies in England at the University of East Anglia, where he earned a B.A. (Hons) in music. During his time at the institution, he studied with British composer Anthony Payne, who is known for the Elgar/Payne 3rd Symphony. Following graduation in 2014, he moved to Aberdeen to study vocal composition under Royal Wedding Composer, Paul Mealor, at the University of Aberdeen, completing his MMus in 2015. Théo is now studying towards a PhD under the guidance of Professors Paul Mealor and David J. Benson. Théo is part of the University of Aberdeen chamber choir and chapel choir.