Alain Bancquart (born 20 June 1934 in Dieppe) is a French composer. He had his musical formation at the "Conservatoire national supérieur de musique de Paris" (violin, viola, chambre music, counterpoint, fugue and composition) with Darius Milhaud. He was a violist with the Orchestre National de France until 1973. He became Directeur Musical des Orchestres de Régions in l'ORTF (1973–1974), then musical director of the Orchestre National de France (1975–1976).
- five symphonies for large orchestra
- two concertos for violin
- partition concertante for cello and ensemble
- two works for string trio and orchestra
- two chamber operas
- three string quartets
- many pieces for flute
- many vocal works
- Baroques for viola and orchestra (1973)
- Concerto for viola and orchestra (1965)
- Jeux pour lumière for violin, viola, cello and orchestra (1969)
- Les Tarots d'Ulysse for soprano, tenor and baritone soloists, violin, viola and flute soli, children's chorus, percussion, synthesizers and tape (1984)
- Ma manière d'arbre II: Du lent sommeil des feuilles for viola and 10 instruments (1992)
- Écorces I for violin and viola (published 1968)
- Sonata for viola solo (1983)
- Duo for viola and harp (1985)
- Bancquart Alain, "Musique: imaginaire, combinatoire, Essai sur la composition en micro-intervalles", in Les cahiers du CIREM, n°28-29, P.U.T, Tours, 1994, pp.9-64
- Jedrzejewski, Franck. 2003. "Alain Bancquart", Dictionnaire des musiques microtonales ("Dictionary of the microtonal music"), Paris, L'Harmattan, ISBN 2-7475-5576-3.
- "Marie-Claire Bancquart". Poetry Foundation. Retrieved June 5, 2015.