(born 1976 in Switzerland) is a Bern-based composer and stage director with a multimodal approach to musical performance, resulting in works situated between the categories of concert, music theatre and installation art.
Leo Dick studied composition and opera directing in Berlin and continued as masterclass student of Georges Aperghis in the Theatre Musical course at Bern Academy of the Arts (HKB). His compositions have appeared at theaters in Bielefeld, Oldenburg, Bern, Luxembourg, and at the Stuttgart Opera, among others, and have been presented as guest performances at the World New Music Theatre Days, the Hellenic Festival, Bern Biennial and Davos Festival.
Since 2008, he has been teaching in the Master's program Composition and Creative Practice at HKB. In 2017, he completed his dissertation on "Speech Performance in Composed Theatre". Since then, in addition to his teaching activities, he has been employed as coordinator of the research field "Intersections of Contemporary Music" at HKB.