Based in Turin (Italy), Lorenzo Giorda also known as Lord Theremin, began his career playing keyboards in the ‘70s and Flamenco guitar in the ‘80s approaching, in the same period, the Flamenco and Afro dance and studying percussions with Bruno Rose Genero (Turin). Versatile musician, in the ‘90s he introduced the Flamenco guitar in traditional music, practicing the Folk music from Latin to Balkan and Occitan too.In 1998 an accident involving his left hand, interrupted his career as a guitarist but did not interrupt his love for music. The discovery of the theremin in the same year led to his artistic rebirth. His wide experience of music genres met the classical theremin Russian tradition and he discovered his passion for innovation.Thanks to his ability to improvise on any kind of music, he had collaborated with many musicians experimenting different kinds of music (from Flamenco to Tango, from jazz to rock, from folk and ethnic to electronics) and artistic projects in theatre, dance and contemporary art (“Love Difference” and “Rebirth Day” by Michelangelo Pistoletto), demonstrating that the theremin can be played in diverse situations. His passion for experimental music led him to develop personal techniques especially on the low frequency. This skill is evident in the artistic project called “Mitumba” – didjeridoo and theremin – carried on together with Andrea Ferroni. \r\nPresently, Lord Theremin is working with French and Italian musicians for the revival of the traditional Italian and French Alpine music. He participated in many international festivals such as Traffic Festival 2013 – Turin (Italy), Jazz Re Found Festival 2012 – Vercelli (Italy), Itinerari Folk Xxv Edition 2012 - Trento (Italy), Le Reve De L'aborigene 2010- Airvault (France), Festival Didjin'oz 2009 - Forlinpopoli (Italy), Opere Festival 2009 - Bracciano (Italy).DISCOGRAPHY 2011: Dead cat in a bag – “Lost bags” – Viceversa Records –Halidon Srl distribution - song “No lust Left” 2011: International Compilation “ The Units “ song “High Pressure Days” – (Opilec Music \r\n2010: Paolo Fiorucci album “Sei personaggi in cerca di cuore” song “Penso forse sono”\r\n2005: ITALIAN EP (Alessandro Lestino e DJ Pandullo) project NEMESI song Cosmica production Relish: electronic music of the 80’ distributed in Germany by Relish.