Pierre Slinckx

Trained at the Royal Conservatory of Mons (Arts2), he studied composition with Claude Ledoux (Master in instrumental composition and electronic-instruments music), Music Theory with Jean-Pierre Deleuze and Composition-applied music with Denis Pousseur. Passionate many aesthetic, he launches multiple projects ranging from contemporary music to rock music. His works have been performed by various ensembles (Royal Chamber Orchestra of Wallonia, Sturm und Klang, Laps, ...) during festivals such as Ars Musica, the ISCM World Music Days, Loop # 6. In December 2014 the "Piece for two Laptops and instruments" was created - and warmly acclaimed - during the Chinese tour of LAPS in Shanghai. He was also in residence at Bains / Connective - Brussels 2014, for which he created "He Dances," a project combining contemporary dance, instuments and electronic environnement.

He also composed numerous scores for theater, short films and puppet shows. He won the CIMFA Contest 2011 at the Annecy Festival. His film music written for "Time to grow up" by Bruno Tordeur was crowned by various Belgian festivals (Anima 2013, Short but Trash # 3, Short Screens # 31).

Passionate about new technologies, he composed original works for Gameboy (controller) and sound devices. The production for this media are available under the independent label Hyperlink.