A Argentine composer born in 1961 in La Plata.
After his music studies at the University of Buenos Aires, Luis Naon settled in Paris in 1981. He followed advanced classes at the Paris Conservatory with Guy Reibel, Laurent Cuniot (1982-1985), then with Daniel Teruggi, Sergio Ortega, Horacio Vaggione and gained a doctorate at the University of Paris 8. A teacher of composition and new technologies at the Paris Conservatory since 1991, he also teaches in Barcelona and Geneva. He is a member of the ensemble Diagonal. Starting with Final del Juego (1983) and Tango del desamparo (1987), he has sought to express various dualities: of culture (Franco-Argentinian), writing (spectral-combinatory), genre (acousmatic-instrumental) and discipline (painting-music-theatre notably) in collaboration with Abel Robino (Alto Voltango, 2001), Yves Pagès (Les parapazzi, 1998), François Wastiaux and the company Valsez-Cassis (Hamlet, 1994). Many of his works form part of Urbana, a cycle of 24 pieces that include Speculorum memoria (1993), Requiem pour un bookmaker chinois (1996), Sendero...que bifurcan (2003),Lascaux urbana (2004), Orbetura urbana (2004), Six caprices (2007).