Sergio Lopez (Gran Canaria, Spain) is a composer, pianist and social entrepreneur living in London.
Founder of Big Bang Lab a social enterprise dedicated to empower young people and older people through the use of digital media. As a composer he has written music for silent films, including Clonic Mutations, a commission by Tate modern for the Dali exhibition. He worked as Music tutor in Further Education for Special Needs students and learning support worker for ADHD students at Lewisham College. He teaches piano with a mindfulness and spiritual approach to music making. Sergio is the creator of Humming in Harmony an award winning sound based mindfulness practice based on vocal sound vibration, pitching recognition which promotes empathy and emotional release to deal with mental health prevention Selected Changemaker by the Southbank Centre in 2016, he runs Humming Meditation workshops including piano performance with interactive audiences as wellbeing concerts with a focus on listening and improvisation. Sergio is breaking the boundaries between audience and artist, between music creation, performance and therapy. His immersive piece HUM for piano, orchestra and humming audience which uses a harmonic mantra is an example of large format of improvisation and audience participation. He is planning during 2017-18 a long term research and artistic project with the recording and immersive performance of 24 classical piano repertoire pieces as a base for improvisational therapy around 24 locations worldwide to spread message of humanity and connection through the power of music.