Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch

Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch is a composer. He graduated in architecture (Italy) and composition (France) and after living in Spain, he moved to Paris where he now lives and works.

He has composed music for albums, installations, theater, images and performances, including many contemporary dance shows of the dance company MK, (Rome) commissioned by Biennale di Venezia, Festival Sant’Arcangelo, Roma Europa and on tour worldwide (Europe, Japan, Indonesia, USA). Bianchi has had many in-depth professional musical experiences and since 2004 has been a lecturer in multimedia composition at Franche-Comté University in France, in the Multimedia Department. He is also a professor in the conservatory of Montbeliard, France. His interests range from instrumental composition with real-time electronics (mixed music/MAX-MSP-jitter), to audio and video installations, to soundtracks and compositions for theater and dance, stemming from a formally strict process of experimentation using electronic implemented improvisation. All this is created as a means of creation of new electro-acoustic sounds.

His collaborations with Richard Siegal include Glossopoeia and Homo ludens from 2009, The world to darkness and to me and Black Swan from 2013 as well as Metric Dozen for Ballet National de Marseille in 2014.