Titled by the Victoria Eugenia Conservatories of Granada and the Koninkljik Conservatorium of Brussels and by the Miguel Hernández University of Elche, Alfonso Lorenzo Gutiérrez (Almoradí – Spain, 1989) complements his training with Alfredo Aracil (Cátedra Manuel de Falla 2016), Wim Henderickx (Conservatory from Amsterdam), Johannes Schöllhorn (Hochschulefür Musik und Tanz from Colonia), José M. López López (Conservatorio Rafael Orozco de Córdoba), Gregory Fritze Berklee School of Music in Valencia), Alicia Díaz de la Fuente (Conservatory of Madrid) and Wolfgang Rihm (Brussels Opera).
His works Del aire y el tiempo nº1 (from the collection Relatos breves), premiered by the pianist Amanda Oliva, and Mérope (piece grouped in the Nude Suite), premiered by the Granada Conservatory Orchestra, have been awarded in different editions of the RCSM Composition Contest Victoria Eugenia de Granada. In 2015 he received a scholarship as an assistant professor at the Koninkljik Conservatorium in Brussels. His compositions include: Anfítitre-Suite de Desnudos (2014), premiered by the Ciutat d’Elx Symphony Orchestra; Del aire y el tiempo nº4 (2015), performed by the Almoradí Symphonic Band and the Joseph Haydn Konservatorium Symphonic Band from Eisenstadt (Austria); Verzen van Ijzer (2013), commissioned by percussionist Jacob Vanneste; El Paseo de los Tristes (2016), premiered by the Taller Sonoro ensemble within the framework of the XIV Spanish Music Festival of Cádiz and La Cueva de Zulaida (2017), commissioned by the Ensemble of Saxophones of Alicante on the occasion of the EurSAX’17 Porto (these last two pieces belonging to the Souvenirs set). He was recently selected to participate in the XV Sound and Music Workshop for Cinema organized by the SGAE in Madrid. Currently, he combines the work of teacher with that of composer.