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Mathew Adkins
Is a sound artist involved in experimental electronic music. He read music at Pembroke College, Cambridge and then, in 1993, became a member of the Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre (BEAST). He studied electronic music with Jonty Harrison and then Simon Waters. He has been awarded over twenty international prizes for his work. He has worked in a number of prestigious European studios, including EMS Stockholm, the GRM and IRCAM in Paris, Césare in Reims, and the Heinrich Strobel Studio in Freiburg. His works are currently featured on three solo cds and ten compilation cds. His latest solo dvd-a Mondes Inconnus was recently released on the Canadian label empreintes DIGITALes. He is currently Research Leader at the Music Department, University of Huddersfield, England.

Iracema de Andrade
iracemadeandrade@yahoo.com.mx
Es originaria de Río de Janeiro, Brasil. Estudió en la Universidad de Sao Paulo, en donde obtuvo la Licenciatura en Música. En Inglaterra ha realizado estudios de Postgrado en Interpretación Musical en London College of Music y de Maestría en Thames Valley University. Ha ofrecido numerosos recitales en importantes salas de México, Brasil, Inglaterra, Escocia, Argentina y Cuba, además de haber realizado presentaciones en vivo para Radio UNAM, Radio Educación y BBC3, estrenando diversas obras. Es fundadora e integrante del Ensamble Cello Alterno, agrupación que realiza una importante labor de comisión, estreno y grabación de obras en México. Ha recibido diversos apoyos institucionales en México y en otros países para llevar a cabo recitales de música brasileña, latinoamericana y contemporánea para violonchelo. Desde el año 2000 se desempeña como profesora de violonchelo en la Escuela Superior de Música del INBA, en donde lleva a cabo una intensa labor docente. Actualmente realiza estudios de Doctorado en Interpretación Musical en la Escuela Nacional de Música de la UNAM y en Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras, Morelia, Michoacán, en donde desarrolla un trabajo de investigación en el campo del repertorio contemporáneo para violonchelo y medios electrónicos.

Otto Castro Solano
info@ottocastro.com
Profesor del programa de Identidad Arte y Tecnología de la Universidad Nacional (ICAT-UNA) www.icat.una.ac.cr Licenciado en composición musical por la Universidad de Costa Rica. Su obra ha sido seleccionada para la colección de Música Electroacústica Latinoamericana, bajo el auspicio de The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science and Technology. Es co-director del Festival F.U.S.I.O.N. y de la Red de Arte Sonoro Latinoamérica. www.redasla.org También condujo por dos años el espacio ¨Intercambios¨ del Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo y actualmente es promotor cultural para el Centro Cultural de España – Costa Rica. Funda en mayo la Comunidad Electroacústica Costarricense, (Oscilador). www.oscilador.org. - www.ottocastro.com

Francisco Colasanto
Nació el 22 de junio de 1971 en Buenos Aires, Argentina. Obtuvo su Licenciatura en Composición Electroacústica en la Universidad Nacional de Quilmes. Trabajó como Docente en la Escuela Nacional de Experimentación y Realización Cinematográfica (ENERC. http://www.enerc.gov.ar/), en el Laboratorio de Investigación y Producción Musical (LIPM. http://www.lipm.org/), en el Centro Cultural Ricardo Rojas (http://www.rojas.uba.ar/), en el Instituto Tecnológico ORT (http://www.ort.edu.ar/) y en el Instituto Universitario Nacional del Arte (IUNA. http://www.iuna.edu.ar/). Ha sido becado por el Ministerio de Cultura de España para realizar el curso “Composición Electroacústica por Ordenador” (2000) y para realizar una obra mixta (2006) en el LIEM, Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid. Ha recibido el subsidio a la creación de la Fundación Antorchas y ha obtenido el premio Juan Carlos Paz otorgado por el Fondo Nacional de las Artes. Su obra DUO fue una de las cuatro seleccionadas en el concurso de composición “Live Electronic Music Competiton 2006” del Harvard University Studio for Electroacoustic Composition, Universidad de Harvard, USA. Sus obras han sido interpretadas en Importantes salas de concierto del mundo. Actualmente se desempeña como Coordinador Técnico del Centro Mexicano para la Música y las Artes Sonoras (CMMAS) en la ciudad de Morelia, Michoacán.

Julio d’Escriván
(b.1960) Is a composer who uses music technology, both for concert music, and in its applications to film, video and new media. d’Escriván’s recent work includes co-editing and writing the chapter on electronic music and the moving image for the recently published Cambridge Companion to Electronic Music (Cambridge University Press), as well as co-authoring the Chapter on Composing with SuperCollider for The SuperCollider Book to be published at the end of 2008 by MIT Press. His latest piece Ensayo sobre la Torpeza, for laptop with live code tweaking and text, commissioned for the Festival Visiones Sonoras in Morelia, Mexico, was premiered there in November 2007. D’Escriván has been twice winner of the Bourges International Electroacoustic Music Competition, France, in 1987 and 1989. His electroacoustic music has been performed at numerous music festivals in countries such as The Netherlands (Gaudeamus), Spain (Centro Reina Sofía), The Basque Country, France, England, Scotland, Ireland, Argentina, Sweden, Norway, U.S.A. and Venezuela. It has been broadcast by BBC Radio 3, VPRO in The Netherlands, Radio Nacional de España, and RAI (Italy) among others. At present, d’Escriván is Reader in Creative Music Technology at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, United Kingdom.

Rajmil Fischman
(b. Lima, Peru, 1956). Musical studies: National Conservatory of Lima; Rubin Academy, Tel-Aviv and at York University, UK. studied Electrical Engineering BSc at Israel Institute of Technology (1980). Appointments: Professor of Composition at Keele University where he established the MA/MSc in Digital Music Technology and the Computer Music Laboratory. Director of Music (1998-2000). Music Technology Programme Director (2001-4). Artistic director/ principal conductor, Keele Philharmonic Society (1990-1995). Director of the Composers’ Desktop Project (1988). Member of RedAsla, the Peruvian Circle of Composers and Sonic Arts Network, UK. Main activities: composition, electroacoustic theory, music software development. His compositions are performed and broadcast worldwide.

Jorge Haro
(Buenos Aires, 1963) Compositor, artista sonoro y audiovisual. Investiga en el campo de la música experimental, las piezas audiovisuales y las instalaciones sonoras. Ha editado cinco trabajos: early works_8991 (online ep: http://www.experimentaclub.com/exp_net, 2007), u_xy (audio CD, fin del mundo, 2005), u_2003 (CD-R extra + net-disc, Fin del mundo, 2003), Música 200(0) (CD extra, Fin del mundo, 2001) y Fin de siècle (CD extra, Fin del mundo, 1999). Tiene además piezas de música en distintos compilados publicados en Argentina, Canadá, USA, España y Polonia. Ha realizado conciertos acusmáticos, conciertos audiovisuales e instalaciones en Argentina, Uruguay, Brasil, Perú, Estados Unidos, España, Portugal, Francia, Suiza, Alemania, Polonia, Dinamarca, Austria y Holanda. Ha compuesto piezas en colaboración con Francisco López/Absolute Noise Ensamble, Zbigniew Karkowski y Mitchell Akiyama, entre otros artistas. Participó en festivales internacionales como Sónar (España), LEM (España), Observatori (España), Shift (Suiza), Ertz (España), Confluencias (España), ExperimentaClub (España), Sónikas (España), Jornadas de Arte Digital (Argentina), Champ Libre (Canadá), Contacto (Perú), Sound Site (USA), 5hype (Brasil), Ares y Pensares SESC (Brasil), Interfaces_02 (Uruguay), 5ta. Bienal de Video y Nuevos Medios de Santiago (Chile), Internationale Filmmusik Biennale (Alemania), entre otros. Es co-director del site Fin del mundo (http://www.findelmundo.com.ar) y del proyecto LIMb0 (Laboratorio de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias buenos aires ø) (http://www.limb0.org). Es miembro fundador del sello Sudamérica Electrónica (http://www.sudamericaelectronica.com). Es docente en carreras de diseño audiovisual en la Universidad de Palermo (Buenos Aires) y en las carreras Gestión para las Artes y la Cultura y Artes Electrónicas de la Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero (Provincia de Buenos Aires).

Pauline Oliveros
Is one of America's most vital composers. Deep Listening®, her lifetime practice, is fundamental to her composing, performing and teaching. She serves as Distinguished Research Professor of Music at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy NY; Darius Milhaud Artist-in-residence at Mills College, Oakland CA; and president of the Deep Listening Institute in Kingston NY.

Tae Hong Park
Is a composer, bassist, and music technologist. He received his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics from Korea University in 1994. He worked in the area of digital communication systems and digital musical keyboards at the LG Central Research Laboratory in Seoul, Korea from 1994 to 1998. He also holds degrees from Dartmouth College (M.A. in Electro-Acoustic Music) and Princeton University (M.F.A and Ph.D. in composition). His current interests are primarily in composition of electro-acoustic and acoustic music, technical research in multi-dimensional aspects of timbre, pattern recognition, signal processing, and salient feature analysis for sound modulation (FMS). His music has been heard in various locations including Austria, Brazil, Canada, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, South Korea, Mexico, Sweden, UK, and USA; in venues, conferences and festivals including Aether Fest, Bourges, CEAIT, CYNETart, DIEM, EMM, FEMS, High Voltage, ICMC, Into the Soundscape, ISMEAM, klangprojektionen, LACMA, LITSK, MATA, MAXIS, NWEAMO, Pulse Field, Reflexionen Festival, SICMF, SEAMUS, Sonorities Festival, and Spark Festival. Dr. Park is managing editor of Journal SEAMUS, serves as editorial consultant for Computer Music Journal, is Secretary for Audio Engineering Society (Louisiana Chapter), and has recently served as chair, sole organizer, and producer of the ICMC 2006 conference. He is author of the upcoming signal processing book entitled "Introduction to DSP: Computer Musically Speaking" and is currently Assistant Professor at the Tulane University Music Department heading the Music Science and Technology Programs.

José Ignación López Ramirez-Gastón
nacho@discosinvisibles.org
(Barcelona, 1968) Is the founder of the record label Discos Invisibles, a collective working on the generation of public spaces for alternative sound arts in Tijuana, Mexico. He is a graduate student of Computer Music at the University of California San Diego (UCSD), and a researcher at the Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA). He is also the organizer of EM: Electrónica Mexicana, the first all on-line Mexican electronic music festival, and the net-label Dinet. His research work involves the study of those cultural strategies unique to the Latin-American environment and the application of a technology that represents its users. He also works on the generation of spaces for musical interpretation as well as new sound interpretations of already existing places. He is interested in the social perception of sound space and the use of conceptual art for the reorganization and revitalization of urban space by the use of sound and visual art. Specific case studies of his research are: the popular experimental electronic music scene in Lima, Peru and the development of sound arts in Tijuana, Mexico. Jose Ignacio has been working as a sound artist and musician for more than 20 years. He has released 6 recordings during the last years under the name of El Lazo Invisible and produced several recordings for other border sound artists.

Roberto Rue
Nació en la provincia de Córdoba, Argentina, en 1948. Estudió composición musical en la Escuela de Artes de la Universidad Nacional de Córdoba bajo la dirección del compositor Cesar Franchicena. Actualmente es docente de composición en la misma dependencia académica. Con el científico Estanislao Dolinski hizo los primeros estudios sobre Acústica Musical, disciplina que, junto a la Psicología y la Filosofía del Arte, constituyen la base teórica de sus trabajos de investigación. Ha publicado varios artículos en revistas especializadas y es autor de los siguientes libros: Armonía Experimental (2002); Notas de Paso (2004); La Música, entre la Filosofía y la Ciencia (2005). Ha compuesto obras para conjuntos de cámara, algunas basadas en sistemas microtonales, y música electroacústica. Es miembro fundador del Grupo Corat, entidad dedicada a la difusión e investigación científica de la música contemporánea.

Alejandro Viñao
Born 4/9/1951, Buenos Aires, Argentina. British citizen since 1994. Alejandro Viñao studied composition with the Russian composer Jacobo Ficher in Buenos Aires. In 1975 he moved to Great Britain where he continued his studies at the Royal College of Music and later at the City University in London where in 1988 he was awarded a Ph.D. in composition. Viñao has received a number of international prizes and awards including the 'Golden Nica' Prix Ars Electronica, 1st Prize at The International Rostrum at the Unesco World Music Council, the Guggenheim fellowship and many others. Viñao's music has been played and broadcast throughout Europe, U.S.A and Japan and has been featured in international festivals such as the Tanglewood Festival, the Warsaw Autumn Festival and the London PROMS. He has received commissions from various performing groups and institutions around the world such as I.R.C.A.M, in France, MIT in the USA the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Alejandro Viñao's music is characterised by the use of pulsed rhythmic structures to create large-scale form, and by a melodic writing which -as in the case of much non-European music- develops through rhythm rather than harmony. Viñao has written music for a variety of musical genre. His opera Rashomon was commissioned by ZKM for the opening of their new building in Karlsruhe. Since then Rashomon has been produced in Paris, London and Gothenburg. In addition to instrumental and Electroacoustic compositions he has also been involved with the creation of multimedia works, has composed music for some 20 films and produced several radio programmes for the BBC.