Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch
Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch (Milan, 1973) is a composer and a performer. He has composed music for live performances, albums, installations, theater, images and dance performances. He has received commissions from many different institutions, such as: Groupe de Recherche Musical (GRM), Biennale di Venezia, GöteborgsOpera, Ballet National de Marseille, Festival Sant’Arcangelo, Roma Europa, Ater Balletto. and he performed worldwide: Europe, Japan, Indonesia, USA. His interests span from instrumental composition with real time electronic (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 by using electronic implemented improvisation. All this is created as a means of creation of new electro-acoustic sounds. He graduated in architecture (Italy) and composition (France) and after living in Spain he moved to Paris where he now lives and works. Bianchi Hoesch has had many professional engagements, and since 2004 has been a lecturer in multimedia composition at Franche-Comté University in France, and also a professor in the conservatory of Montbeliard, France.