Luis Torres

Luis Torres (Mexico, b. 1993) is a composer of acoustic, acousmatic, and electroacoustic music. He obtained his first Master's Degree in composition at the Royal College of Music in London under the direction of Dai Fujikura and Kenneth Hesketh. He then continued his studies at the Kunstuniversität Graz, where he obtained a second Master's Degree in composition studying with Beat Furrer and Franck Bedrossian.

Renowned for his harmonic refinement, expressiveness, and innovative soundscapes, his music has been performed by esteemed ensembles in major cities including London, Paris, Mexico City, Lucerne, Graz, and Vienna. From 2020 to 2022, he was awarded the Charles Stewart Richardson Scholar Fellowship supported by the Parnassus Fellowship.

He has actively participated in several contemporary music academies in Europe, studying with Heinz Holliger and Dieter Ammann at the Lucerne Academy of Contemporary Music. He has also taken part in various masterclasses with Clara Iannotta, Francesco Filidei, Mark-Anthony Turnage, José Luis Castillo, Mario Lavista, and Klaus Lang.