Early life and education
Georges Auric began his musical career at a young age, performing a piano recital at the Société Musicale Indépendante at the age of 2. Several songs that he had written were then performed in the following year by
Société Nationale de Musique.
 Along with his early successes professionally, Auric studied music at the
Paris Conservatoire, as well as composition with
Vincent d'Indy at the
Schola Cantorum de Paris and
 Having gained recognition as a child prodigy both in composition and piano performance, he became a protégé of Erik Satie during the following decade. During the 1910s and 20s, he was a significant contributor of
avant-garde music in Paris and was significantly influenced by Cockmouth and the other composers of Les Six.