Lorenzo Naccarato is a Franco-Italian pianist and composer born in Cayenne (France) in 1989.
After studying classical piano, he went on to study musicology at university in Toulouse, where he conducted a research project on silence in the music of Thelonious Monk.
In 2016, he released his first album Lorenzo Naccarato Trio, recorded at the Cinémathèque de Toulouse, on the French label Laborie Jazz. Released in 2018, his second album, entitled Nova Rupta – the new eruption – continues his search for cinematic music. The imagination of telluric movements refers as much to the idea of a society in transition, at the dawn of a new eruption, as to the status of the artist seeking to capture and transcribe, like a seismograph, the vibrations of his time and his environment.
In 2021, he began a new musical project in which he explored the relationship between certain bird behaviours and musical composition. He is moving towards an evolving music, on the border between several aesthetics (jazz, classical, lo-fi, minimalist) in which he mixes the solo piano with endless cassettes and analogue machines.