Born in Barranquilla Colombia, Juan Reyes holds degrees in Mathematics and Music Composition. Since 1989 he has co-organized the International Contemporary Music Festival and periodic electro-acoustic cycles in Bogota. He was also professor of art, music and a research associate at La Universidad de Los Andes in Bogota. Currently at CCRMA, Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics of Stanford University, his research topics include physical modeling, and spectral modeling of musical instruments, algorithmic composition and their use for expression modeling. Among his works are Equus & Resonancias, a collection of computer music works for the stage and also several compositions based upon instrumental sound subjects like Boca de Barra, for trombone, and Sygfrydo for cello. In the context of sound installations his works ppP and Los Vientos de Los Santos Apostoles have been presented in museums and galleries of Colombia. His writings have appeared on several international publications and his music has been performed around the world as part of contemporary music radio broadcasts and festivals.
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