Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch is a composer and sound artist. His interests goes from pure electronics to compositions for theater and dance, from soundtracks for images to interactive installations. In his compositions his interest is always focused on the idea of establishing new connections between elements that are otherwise distant : with projects outside Western aesthetics, such as those with Ballaké Sissoko or Amir Elsaffar, or with sound installations based on the inherent exoticism of environmental recordings, such as those for the Musée du Quai Branly in Paris, or with compositions for contemporary dance for choreographers such as Michele di Stefano, Richard Siegal, Stijn Celis, or directors such as Adolphe Binder, which immerse the audience in a new soundscape through sound, but also through movement and, above all, space. In this sense, a large part of his work is devoted to 3D sound, multichannel and holophonic composition. He has received commissions from various institutions: Ircam-Center Pompidou, Musical Research Group (GRM), Venice Biennale, Gothenburg Opera, Musée du Quai Branly, Saarbrucken Opera, Ballet National de Marseille, RhurTriennale, Royaumont Foundation, Face Foundation, and many others … and has performed all over the world.
He graduated in architecture (Italy) and composition (France) he moved to Paris.
He founded the Label Ornithology Productions in 2022.
He’s associated artist at Ircam – Centre Pompidou from 2019 – 2023. He is professor of Electroacoustic Composition at the Conservatory of Montbeliard, France.

Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch is the founder of the Label Ornithology Productions.

Press and publications, a selection:
Tutte le performance viste a miart. Artribune. Maria Paola Zedda 16 aprile 2019
Axones revue, interview Lorenzo Bianchi Hoesch sur Proxemic Fields. Stephanie Karmidian 2017
L.Bianchi Hoesch, Cervelli all’estero? Anche si, in Itaeventi n.9 marzo 2015
G. Murroni, MK e l’alba di un nuovo Venerdi, in PAC magazine di arte e cultura, 31 maggio 2014
MK, Sostanza sonora, in P.Ruffini, Ipercorpo. Spaesamenti nella creazione contemporanea, Editoria&Spettacolo, Roma 2005 
Fronterizo I & II – the melograno session, in AAVV, catalogo Live Arts Week IV, Xing Bologna 2015
Doctoral PhD thesis, a selection of publications with sections dedicated to my work:
João Eduardo Dias Fernandes: L’improvisation musicale électroacoustique. Université Paris 8. 
Julie Oleksiak: Des musiques du monde à Royaumont, fabrication de la diversité. École des Hautes études en Sciences Sociales.
“Il giro del mondo in 80 giorni” di Anna de Manincor
“Tourism”, ed. La Biennale di Venezia 06
“Real Madrid” ed. Santarcangelo International Theatre Festival 05
“Santarcangelo dei Teatri – racconto di un festival – Real Madrid” V puntata, a cura di B.Maccallini ed E.Porcaro, MAC Produzioni per RAIdoc 2005
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