As a soloist of the Toelzer Boys Choir Trübsbach Florian Trübsbach was lucky to perform at an early age under conductors like Herbert von Karajan, Claudio Abbado and Lorin Maazel. After the breaking of his voice Hans Werner Henze became one of his teachers for composition. 

Accidentally he went to a Dizzy Gillespie concert and this was the spark for his passion in Jazz. He exchanged his violin for a saxophone. After school-leaving examinations he finished his study of jazz saxophone in Munich and went on studying classical composition in Hamburg, before moving to Berlin. 

With different projects he toured Syria, Jordan, South Africa, Sibiria, Japan and China. Truebsbach played concerts and recordings with very different projects and musicians like Bill Holman, Joe Lovano, John Abercrombie, the Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra or the German Hip-Hop group »Fanta 4«.

Since 2011 he is professor for Jazz-Saxophon at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich and lives with his family on the countryside of Bavaria.