Leonard Loock is a German music producer and sound engineer specialized in classical and film music. He began his musical journey as a cellist, garnering recognition through national and international awards. As a soloist, he has played in concert halls across the globe and followed an invitation by the Berlin Philharmonics to a public masterclass.
His performances have been recorded multiple times for radio broadcasts and CDs. While studying cello under professor Alexander Gebert in Detmold, Loock started his studies as a tonmeister.
Upon completing his studies he followed a job offer as a studio and production coordinator/engineer in London. During his time working for the prestigious Royal Academy of Music, he led numerous productions and gained prominence in music studios in and around London.
Returning to Germany, Loock continues his work as a freelancer, collaborating with esteemed radio stations such as WDR, DLF, and NDR, as well as renowned labels including Naxos, Deutsche Grammophon, Sony, and MSM-Studios.
Loock is mostly booked for ensembles and professional orchestras such as the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, WSO, Dortmunder Philharmoniker, Duisburger Philharmoniker, WFO, Bielefelder Philharmoniker, and Ensemble Resonanz, among others.