Loïc MALLIÉLoïc Mallié was born in 1947 in La Baule. Very young Loïc Mallié decided to pursue advanced musical studies while he was still at school. In 1966 he passed the National Baccalauréat (Philosophy section) and in 1971 he obtained a law degree. During that time he was taught in the academy of music in Rennes and he obtained a First prize in organ in 1968.

After this he worked in the National Academy of Music in Paris with some of the most prestigious masters (J. Rueff, H. Puig-Roget, O. Messiaen, M. Bitsch) and there Loïc Mallié obtained successively : First Prize for Harmony (1974) – First Prize for Fugue (1975) – First Prize for Counterpoint (1975) – First Prize for Improvisation (1978) – First Prize for organ (1979).

Loïc Mallié also took part in numerous international competitions and obtained : First Prize for Improvisation on the piano in the Lyon international competition (1977) – First Prize for improvisation on the organ in the Lyon international competition (1979) – First Grand Prix for improvisation in the Chartres international competition (1982).

In the meantime, in 1977, Loïc Mallié had obtained the Certificate for composing. From 1980 he was appointed to the National Academy of Music in Lyon as a teacher of music composition, analysis and improvisation, as well as in the National Academy of Music in San Sebastian (Spain).

In 1989, after a competitive selection, Loïc Mallié was chosen to hold the responsability for the great organ of Saint Pothin in Lyon, after having been the co-titular for the great Cavaillé-Coll organ of Saint Peter at Neuilly for 15 years.
In 2014, he was appointed titular organist of the great organ of the Church of the Trinity in Paris.

Loïc Mallié is a regular guest in numerous festivals to perform on the organ in concerts or masterclasses in France and abroad (Germany, Italy, Spain, Iceland, Poland, Norway, Great Britain, Canada,…)

He also composed important pieces of works for the organ, the piano, chamber music, the orchestra and choirs, wich were published by Lemoine, Billaudot, Notissimo and Fuzeau.