Is a Composer, Orchestrator & Sound Designer for Videogames, Film/TV and Concert Music based in Mexico City
Eduardo López Is one of Today´s Most Exciting and Versatile Composers of his Generation, He Writes, Arranges and Orchestrates Music for Videogames, Film, TV and Concert Music.
With a Unique Musical Voice, He Creates from Lush Orchestral Scores to Hybrid Electronic and Sound Design Music. Interested in Immersive Interactive Audio and Concert Music.
He has worked in the Game Industry Doing Music and Sound Design, As well as Doing Advertisement and Audiovisual Work.
His Concert Music has been Played Live in Music Workshops by Ensembles like the Mexican Woodwind Quintet (QACM) and Has taken Part in Composition Workshops Where Musicians like Irvine Arditti has read his Music.
A Classically-Trained Composer, He Studied at CIEM (México) where he Studied Composition with José Julio Díaz, Enrico Chapela and Victor Rasgado, while at the same time studying Violin Performance with Boris Dinnerschtein, later on he received his Licenciate of Music Composition form Triniy College London, awarded with Distinction. He also took Private Studies in Music Composition and Film Scoring with Composer Ryan Leach (Los Angeles). He then went to study Orchestration and Composition with Alan Belkin (Canada) and is Currently studying with Award Winner Composer Leon Willett (Spain).
He has taken courses on Orchestration and Arrangement with Grammy Award Winner Composer, Orchestrator & Arranger Mario Santos.
"I believe our job as music creators is to connect with our audience on a deep emotional level, whether for Videogames, Film, TV or Concert Music, bringing familiarity as well as novelty while pushing the boundaries to uncharted territories."