Francisco Cerda is a pianist and composer born in Chile. He started composing music for videogames when he was 14 years old, when he created the soundtrack for a shmup that he also programmed himself.
Francisco studied with a full scholarship for Classical and Popular Piano at the Arcis University in Chile. He has been involved in several different styles of music, from Rock and Prog-Metal bands, to Salsa and Jazz Orchestras.
He provided live music for “Los Improvisadores”, the Chilean adaptation of the “Whose Line It is Anyway” TV show. He also have played keyboards for several well known latin pop singers like “Alberto Plaza”, “Andrés de León” and “Ariztía”, and of course, he composes music for videogames.