Born in the South West of France, Loriane Llorca began her musical studies at the Conservatory of Pau with the piano and then the organ with Jesus Martin-Móro. She then studied at the Toulouse Conservatory in the classes of Stéphane Bois, Michel Bouvard and Jan Willem Jansen, also tackling the harpsichord with the latter and the pianoforte with Yasuko Uyama-Bouvard.
Holder of a License in Musicology from the Sorbonne, Loriane Llorca combines as a musician, theory and practice, tradition and modernity, essential complementarities for this young artist. Thus passionate about a wide repertoire and testifying to a mastered eclecticism, Loriane Llorca strives to defend a wide variety of works highlighting the musical richness of the organ.
In June 2015, she obtained her organ prize unanimously with the congratulations of the jury. In 2016, she entered the classes of Olivier Latry and Michel Bouvard at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris, and is supported by the Fondation de France-Ustaritz, the Meyer Foundation, the Tarrazi Foundation and the Or du Rhin.
In 2017, she won the Grand Prize and the Audience Prize at the Jean-Louis Florentz International Competition, under the aegis of the Académie des Beaux-Arts – Institut de France.
She gladly associates in concert with soloists, she regularly and happily accompanies singers, instrumentalists, ensembles and orchestras in France and in Europe: Orchester du Capitole de Toulouse, Orchester de Paris (D. Harding, Tugan Sokhiev).
In 2018-2019, Loriane was the first student-organist of the CNSM of Paris in annual residency as a solo organist and continuist at the Maîtrise of the CMBV (Center de Musique Baroque de Versailles). In 2019-2020, she spent 5 months at the Saint-Louis King of France Cathedral in New Orleans, United States as a ‘Young Artist in Residence’.