Martin Loridan graduated from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse de Paris (CNSMDP). His professors have included Daniel D'Adamo, Beat Furrer, W.Rihm.
His works have been performed worldwide by the Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra, the Arditti Quartet, the Klangforum Wien, Accroche Note, L'instant donné, ensemble Mise-en, Quatuor Tana. He has achieved distinction in several composition competition, such as Prix André Jolivet (Paris), the Franz Josef Reinl prize (Vienna), the Vareler Prize (Berlin), the Rachmaninov composition competition (Darmstadt).
His current works explore the relationships between gesture, space, air/breath and resonance, questioning what precedes and what follows the sound.
His music is published at BabelScores.