Camilo Latorre is a Colombian born composer and aspiring writer based in Vienna. He studied piano pedagogy at the University of Music and Performing Arts and later composition at the Franz Schubert Conservatory and at the Bruckner University in Linz. Camilo´s interest lies in finding relationships between music and other art forms such as to literature and visual arts, thus in particular engaging in the potential of narratives within music. He has worked together with visual artist Fanni Futterknecht on various projects such as the performance An object with a sharp beginning, the Austria-Sinus Festival Beijing as well as composing sound for her different video works.
He has also wrote part of the music for "Mitsouko & Mitsuko" by Michikazu Matsune (Wiener Fest Wochen 2021) and the music for the theatre piece Antigona, by Sophocles (Linz, Lange Nacht der Bühnen 2022). At the moment he is developing his first chamber opera "Zwischen Leben und Wüste", based on an self written script.