Flora St. Loup

(born in Lyon), composer, performer. St. Loup was classically trained in piano and voice and studied at the Sorbonne (Paris), Mozarteum (Salzburg) and University of Music (Vienna). Crossover composer. All round performer (stage and studio): contemporary sounds, jazz, chanson, musical comedy, persiflage, vocal acrobatics- a balancing act of styles. St Loup has had numerous composition commissions in Germany, Austria and France. Films: Malambo (Milan Dor), Der gläserne Himmel (Nina Grosse), In Heaven (Michael Bindlechner), Nie im Leben (Helmut Berger), Die Flucht (D.Rühm, Cannes Festival). Tv: Durch dick und dünn, Hexen, fliegen, unsterblich sein and Im Netz der Mordkommission (Heuer), Wunschkinder, 6-parte ZDF documentary series (Gatzmeier). Theater and circus: Jungle Blues (Guilène Ferrè), Milena (G.Auer, Zauber Zauber (Andrè Heller). Concert series with her own French chanson that included a solo performance at the Vienna Konzerthaus.
Selected Works: musical/shows (composition and script) composed by St. Loup, including Chorus Delicti I to IV, concert series with choir, actors, percussion and orchestral playback. Djacundo, der Tropfenmagier, commissioned work for the Herbert von Karajan Center (written for 20 children between 6 and 15 years of age), Sag, Mama, warum hat die Taube grüne Augen?, children’musical, I’ m not an angel (commissioned work for Osterklang Wien, Engelspfad project on CD), composition, script & performer, score for “Nie im Leben (1991), score for die Flucht (1992), score for “In Heaven (1999)

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