Dr. phil. Teresa Carrasco García

künstlerische Mitarbeiterin

Born 24th October 1980 in Oviedo – Spain
Music Education Oviedo University 1998/2001 (ES)
Music Theory Conservatorio E. Martinez Torner, Oviedo 1989/2002 (ES)
Music Pedagogy Liceo, Barcelona 2003 (ES)
Master’s degree in Digital Arts
Electroacoustic Composition. Prof. Gabriel Brncic, Barcelona 2002/03 (ES)
Research-Scholarship Position. Music Technology Group, Barcelona 2002/03 (ES)
Postgraduate Course in Medial Arts, Hochschule für Gestaltung, Karlsruhe. Prof. Saup / Prof. Bielicky  2005/07 (DE)
La Caixa – DAAD Scholarship  2005/06
DAAD Scholarship  2006/07
Phonos Scholarship 2008/09
Composition Instrumental and Composition at Electronic Studio Basel Musik Akademie Basel / Prof. Erik Oña (CH)  2005/2010
Composition Instrumental by Georg Friedrich Haas Musik Akademie Basel (CH) 2009/2010
Experimental Studio des SWR Scholarship in Freiburg (DE) 2010/2011
PhD in Musical Composition by Prof. Jonty Harrison at Birmingham University 2011/2015 (UK)
Since 2011 Chaotic Moebius. Platform for New & Experimental Music. Programm Director (CH)
Since 2013 Teaching Lectures in Electronic Music Composition at the Institute for New Music at the Hochschule für Musik in Freiburg (DE)
Since 2015 Teaching Lectures in Electroacoustic Music Composition at the Bauhaus University and at the Hochschule für Musik Franz Liszt Weimar (DE)
Seminars with Helmut Lachenmann, Brian Ferneyhough, György Kurtág, Trevor Wishart, Peter Eötvos, George F. Haas, Kajia Saariaho, Roland Moser, Jakob Ullmann, Beat Furrer, Mark Andre, Rebecca Sounders

Her pieces has been played in differents Festivals and Concert Halls, highlighting Cite de la Musique Paris (FR) // Queen Elisabeth Hall “The Front Room” London (UK) // International Darmstadt Summercourse 2012 (DE) // Northwestern University Chicago (USA) // Universidad Autonoma y Fonoteca Nacional de Mexico (MEX) // University of Birmingham (UK) // ZKM Karlsruhe (DE) // ICST Zürich (CH) // SARC Belfast (UK) // CCCB Barcelona (ES) // Circulo de Bellas Artes Madrid (ES)

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