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Fernando Iazzetta

Nasceu em São Paulo em 1966. É compositor, pesquisador, e professor livre-docente na área de Música e Tecnologia no Departamento de Música da USP. É diretor do NuSom, Núcleo de Pesquisas em Sonologia. Suas composições para diferentes formações camerísticas e meios eletrônicos foram apresentadas em diversos teatros e festivais de música no Brasil e exterior. Tem trabalhado especialmente na produção de performances interativas e eventos multimídia. Sua produção artística está vinculada a um trabalho de pesquisa voltado para a exploração de novas tecnologias musicais. É pesquisador do CNPq e autor dos livros Música: Processo e Dinâmica (AnnaBlume, 1993) e Música e Mediação Tecnológica (Perspectiva, 2009). Suas áreas de interesse são: música e tecnologia, gesto, interação, acústica musical e desenvolvimento de programas e composições no ambiente de programação em tempo real.

Was born in São Paulo, Brazil, in 1966. He teaches music and technology at the University of São Paulo and is the director of NuSom - Research Centre on Sonology. His compositions - both instrumental and electroacoustic - have been presented in concerts and music festivals in Brazil and abroad. As a researcher he has been interested in the investigation of experimental forms of music and sound art. Iazzetta is the author of two books: Música: Processo e Dinâmica (Music: Process and Dinamics), AnnaBlume, 1993; and Música e Mediação Tecnológica (Music and Technological Mediation) Perspectiva, 2009, besides many articles in the fields of music and technology, sonology, acoustics and composition. He also runs a record label and studio – the LAMI – at the University of São Paulo. He is currently a fellow researcher at CNPq, the Brazilian National Council of Scientific and Technological Development.

iazzetta@usp.br
www.eca.usp.br/prof/iazzetta

Mario Mary

Es Doctor en “Estética, Ciencia y Tecnología de las Artes” (Universidad Paris VIII, Francia) es actualmente Profesor de Composición Electroacústica en la Academia Rainier III de Mónaco y Director artístico del Monaco Electroacoustique -Encuentros Internacionales de Música Electroacústica. Entre 1996 y 2010 enseñó Composición Asistida por Ordenadores en el Departamento de Música de la Universidad Paris VIII, donde creó y dirigió el Ciclo de Conciertos de Música por Ordenadores. Trabajó como compositor-investigador en el IRCAM: “AudioSculpt - Manual de síntesis cruzada” y “Procesamientos con AudioSculpt controlados con Open Music” (interfaces gráficas de control). Brindó una cincuentena de conferencias y cursos en diferentes países de Europa y de América latina. Ganó numerosos concursos de composición instrumental, electroacústica y mixta. Sus preocupaciones estéticas están orientadas hacia la búsqueda de una música que genere signos emergentes de las tendencias estética del nuevo siglo. Desde los años 90 desarrolla la técnica de orquestación electroacústica y el concepto de polifonía del espacio.

Received a PhD in Aesthetics, Science and Technology of Arts from Paris VIII University, France. He is currently Professor of Electroacoustic Composition at the Academy Rainier III in Monaco, and Artistic Director of Monaco Electroacoustique -International Encounters of Electroacoustic Music. Between 1996 and 2010 he taught Computer Aided Composition at the Music Department of Paris VIII University, where he created and directed the Computer Music Concert Series. He worked as a composer and researcher at IRCAM. He has lectured and taught courses in many different countries, in Europe and Latin America. He has received many awards for his instrumental, electronic and mixed music. Since the 90’s he develops the technique of electroacoustic orchestration and the concept of polyphony of space.

mariomary@yahoo.com
http://ipt.univ-paris8.fr/mmary/

Rui Penha

Compositor e intérprete de música eletroacústica, nasce no Porto em 1981. Inicia os estudos de piano ainda na infância, concluindo uma Licenciatura em Música (Composição) em 2006. Estuda com João Pedro Oliveira, Sara Carvalho, Emmanuel Nunes, Brian Ferneyhough, Helmut Lachenmann e Louis Andriessen, entre muitos outros. As suas obras são tocadas em diversos países da Europa por solistas e grupos de relevo, como Nuno Aroso, Pedro Carneiro, Arditti Quartet, Remix Ensemble ou a Orquestra Gulbenkian. Desenvolve intensa atividade no domínio da tecnologia da música, com ênfase no desenvolvimento de software e na conceção de novos interfaces de expressão musical. Foi fundador e curador da Digitópia, um projeto da Casa da Música em colaboração com o INESC Porto, a ESMAE e a Escola das Artes – UCP. Docente em várias instituições de ensino superior portuguesas, terminará em breve um Doutoramento em Composição. Mais informações em ruipenha.pt .

Composer and performer of live electroacoustic music, was born in Porto in 1981. He received his first musical education at an early age and graduated in music composition in 2006. He studied under João Pedro Oliveira, Sara Carvalho, Emmanuel Nunes, Brian Ferneyhough, Helmut Lachenmann and Louis Andriessen, amongst many others. His music has been played in several venues and festivals around Europe, by excellent musicians such as Nuno Aroso, Pedro Carneiro, Arditti Quartet, Remix Ensemble or the Gulbenkian Orchestra. Rui has a deep interest on music technology, both in software programming and the development of new interfaces for musical expression. He was a founder and curator of Digitópia, a cooperation between Casa da Música, INESC Porto, ESMAE and School of Arts - UCP. He teaches in several portuguese universities and he is currently finishing his PhD in Composition.

More info at http://ruipenha.pt

Robert Ratcliffe

Is an internationally recognised composer, sonic artist, EDM musicologist and performer. He completed a PhD in composition and musicology (New Forms of Hybrid Musical Discourse) funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council at Keele University, UK. He has developed a hybrid musical language and compositional technique through the cross-fertilisation of contemporary art music and electronic dance music (EDM). His compositions have been performed and broadcast in over twenty-five countries worldwide, including presentations at major international events such as ACMC, ICMC, L’espace du Son, and NIME. In addition, he has collaborated with some of the leading performers in the fields of contemporary and experimental music, including Carla Rees, Paul Goodey, Sarah Watts, Susanna Borsch, and Zubin Kanga. Recordings of his music are available from Furthernoise, SONUS, and Vox Novus, while his writing is published in eContact!, eOREMA, and the proceedings of the International Computer Music Conference (ICMC 2011). In 2012 he was recruited by Robert Voisey as the Music Coordinator of the 60x60 Presenters Mix, and was invited to serve on the senior programming committee of the ICMC in Slovenia.

Elsa Filipe

Is a Portuguese composer born in Lisbon in 1962. She studied composition at Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, where she obtained a Masters degree in 2000. In 2005 she completed a postgraduate diploma (Diplôme d’Études Approfondies) at the University of Paris - Sorbonne under the supervision of Marc Battier. She is currently preparing a PhD thesis at this university, also supervised by Marc Battier. Her research subject deals with recent trends in Mixed Music in France. Elsa’s work has been performed in Portugal and in Paris. She participates regularly in composition workshops and masterclasses, and has been involved in various EMS conferences and other study days. She has taught music in both Portugal and France.

Elsa.Filipe@etu.paris-Sorbonne.fr
filipe.elsa@gmail.com

Jorge Variego

Nació en Rosario, Argentina. Obtuvo su doctorado en composición musical en la Universidad de Florida, y su maestría en composición y clarinete en Carnegie Mellon University donde asistió como becario Fulbright. Actualmente es profesor de composición musical en Valley City State University. Ha participado en numerosos festivales internacionales de música como MATA, Seamus, EMS, Sonoimágenes y se lo puede escuchar en CD, incluyendo sus más recientes producciones, Neccesity (Albany) y Regress (CMMAS). Sus trabajos de investigación han sido publicados por la Universidad de Texas en Austin, la Universidad de Roma y la Universidad de Lanús entre otras. Actualmente se desempeña como editor del IROCS Journal y como artista-investigador del proyecto Patterns of Intuition del la Universidad de Graz. Jorge obtuvo su titulo de abogado en la Universidad Nacional de Rosario.

Was born in Rosario, Argentina. He earned his doctorate in music composition at the University of Florida, and his masters in composition and clarinet performance at Carnegie Mellon University where he attended as a Fulbright Scholar. He currently teaches composition at Valley City State University. He has participated in numerous international music festivals such as MATA, Seamus, EMS, Sonoimágenes and can be heard on CD, including his most recent productions, Neccesity (Albany) and Regress (CMMAS). His research has been published by the University of Texas at Austin, the University of Rome and University of Lanús among others. He currently serves as editor of the IROCS Journal and is artist-researcher in the Patterns of Intuition project at the University of Graz Jorge earned his law degree at the National University of Rosario.

Pedro Bittencourt

(Rio de Janeiro, 1975) é saxofonista, professor e pesquisador dedicado à música de concerto e contemporânea. Professor assistente de saxofone do Departamento de Sopros & Percussão da Escola de Música da UFRJ, efetivo desde 2012. Diretor do Conjunto de Sax da UFRJ. Se apresentou em diversos festivais no Brasil, França, Alemanha, Suíça, Portugal, Espanha, Eslovênia, Canadá, México, Cuba e China. Fundador, diretor e saxofonista do ABSTRAI ensemble. Se apresenta regularmente como solista e músico da OSB (Orquestra Sinfônica Brasileira). Doutorando em Estéticas, Ciências e Tecnologias das Artes/Música no CICM (Centro de Informática e Criação Musical) da Universidade de Paris 8, França, com uma pesquisa sobre músicas mistas para saxofones, sob orientação do compositor Horacio Vaggione. Foi bolsista da FCT/Portugal (2007–2009). Mestrado (DEA Arts et Societés Actuelles/Musique) na Universidade de Bordeaux 3, França, sobre o Oresteia de Iannis Xenakis (2005). Artista residente no ZKM, Instituto de Música e Acústica em Karlsruhe, Alemanha (2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013). Estudos de saxofone e música de câmara contemporânea no Conservatoire National de Région de Bordeaux, França, na classe de Marie-Bernadette Charrier (Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales e Perfectionnement, 20012004). Bacharel em Comunicação/Radialismo pela UFRJ (2000), tendo cursado diversas matérias na Escola de Música da UFRJ (sax, flauta, UFRJazz). Iniciou seus estudos de saxofone com Mecenas Magno aos 10 anos de idade.

(Rio de Janeiro, 1975) is saxophonist, Professor and researcher dedicated to concert music and contemporary music. Since 2012 Pedro is a full time Assistant Professor of the Winds & Percussion Departement at the School of Music of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil; and currently the director of UFRJ Sax Ensemble. He has played in several festivals in Brazil, France, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, Spain, Slovenia, Canada, Mexico, Cuba and China. Pedro is also the founder, director and saxophonist of ABSTRAI ensemble (contemporary chamber music). He often plays with the Brazilian Symphonic Orchestra (OSB). PhD advanced candidate at CICM/ University Paris 8 with a research on mixed music for saxes under the supervision of composer Horacio Vaggione. He received a PhD scholarship from FCT/Portugal (2007-2009). Masters’ degree from DEA Arts et Societés Actuelles/ Musique – University Bordeaux 3 with a thesis on Iannis Xenakis’ Oresteia (2005). Guest artist in ZKM’s Music and Acoustics’ Institute in Karlsruhe, Germany (2006, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2013). He studied saxophone and contemporary chamber music with Marie-Bernadette Charrier at Conservatoire National de Région de Bordeaux, France (Diplôme d’Etudes Musicales and Perfectionnement, 2001-2004). Bachelor’s degree in Radio-Communication at UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro (2000); and attended many classes (sax, flute, UFRJazz) at School of Music of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Brazil. Pedro begun studying the saxophone at the age of 10 under the instruction of Mecenas Magno in Rio de Janeiro.

Email: contact@pedrobittencourt.info
Website: www.pedrobittencourt.info

Felipe Amorim

Doutor em performance pela Universidade Federal da Bahia e Mestre em Música Brasileira pela Universidade do Rio de Janeiro, Felipe Amorim é professor da Escola de Música da Universidade do Estado de Minas Gerais e da Fundação de Educação Artística. Como flautista se dedica especialmente à música contemporânea com ênfase no repertório eletroacústico. É membro do grupo Oficina Música Viva e da Flutuar Orquestra de Flautas.

Received a doctorate in performance from Federal University of Bahia and a master in music from the University of Rio de Janeiro. He teaches at the State University of Minas Gerais and at Fundação de Educação Artística in Belo Horizonte (Brazil). He specialized in the performance of contemporary music for flute, with special emphasis on mixed repertoire. He is a member of the Contemporary Chamber Group Oficina Música Viva and of the Flutuar flute orchestra.

João Pedro Oliveira

(n. 1959) estudou órgão, composição e arquitectura em Lisboa. Doutorou-se em Música (Composição) na Universidade de New York em Stony Brook. As suas obras incluem uma ópera de câmara, um Requiem, várias obras orquestrais, três quartetos de cordas, música de câmara, música para instrumento solo e música electroacústica. Recebeu inúmeros prémios nacionais e internacionais, incluindo três prémios no Concurso de Música Electroacústica de Bourges, bem como o prestigiado Magisterium no mesmo concurso, o Prémio Giga-Hertz, o 1º Prémio no concurso de música electroacústica Metamorphoses, o 1º Prémio na Yamaha-Visiones Sonoras Competition, o 1º Prémio na Musica Nova Competition, etc.. É Professor Titular na Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais e Professor Catedrático na Universidade de Aveiro. Tem igualmente publicado diversos artigos em revistas nacionais e internacionais, e escreveu um livro sobre teoria analítica da música do século XX.

Studied organ performance, composition and architecture in Lisbon. He completed a PhD in Composition at Stony Brook University. His music includes one chamber opera, several orchestral composition, a Requiem, 3 string quartets, chamber music, solo instrumental music and electroacoustic music. He has received numerous prizes and awards, including three Prizes at Bourges Electroacoustic Music Competition, the prestigious Magisterium Prize in the same competition, the Giga-Hertz Special Award, 1st Prize in Metamorphoses competition, 1st Prize in Yamaha-Visiones Sonoras Competition, 1st Prize in Musica Nova competition, etc.. He is Professor at Federal University of Minas Gerais (Brazil) and Aveiro University (Portugal) and teaches composition, electroacoustic music and analysis. He published several articles in journals, and has written a book about analysis and 20th century music theory.

Contact: jppo@ua.pt
www.jpoliveira.com