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Carlos D. Perales (1979). Professor of Musical Technology at Conservatorio Superior de Música Joaquín Rodrigo de Valencia where he teaches Sonology and Electroacoustic Composition. PhD by Polytechnic University of Valencia. Lecturer of MA Composition with new technologies at UNIR (International University of La Rioja). Pianist and composer trained at the Conservatory of Music of Seville and the University of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna, where he studied Composition and Orchestra Conducting with Michael Jarrell and Leopold Hager respectively. His works have been premiered by performers like Kontakte, Plural Ensemble, Amores, Ensemble D'Arts, A. Rosado, V. Trescolí, X. Giner, I. Alberdi, J. M. Santandreu, I. Ibaibarriaga, J. Elvira and D. Kientzy among others, at festivals like Festival Internacional de la Imagen (Colombia), Synthese (Bourges), IDKA – FYLKINGEN (Sweden), Primavera Electroacústica en la Habana, Architectures Contemporaines (Marseilles), CIME 2011 (Greece), Musicacoustica (Peking), Audio Art (Krakow), Florida International University, Center for the Arts Casa das Mudas (Madeira), Deptford Town Hall - London University, Akousma (Canada), Sonoimágenes (Argentina), Tetramatyka (Ukraine) and Visiones Sonoras (México), among others. He has received several awards such as Arts Price granted by Instituto Andaluz de la Juventud in 2003, Miniaturas Electroacústicas- Confluencias (Huelva, 2008), XXII Premio Jóvenes Compositores SGAE Fundación Autor-CNDM (Madrid, 2011), Musica Nova (Prague, Czech Republic, 2012), Luigi Russolo (Annecy, France, 2012), Fundación Destellos (Argentina, 2013). His works are edited by Molenaar Edition, Impromptu Editores, Piles Editorial de Música, Tot per l'aire ed., BabelScores and Brotons&Mercadal Edicions musicals.
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Adagissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 3 book for piano and electronics a Alfonso Gómez (2019)
Dolcissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 1 book for piano and electronics a Víctor Trescolí (2018)
Legatissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 2 book for piano and electronics a Alberto Rosado (2018)
Adagissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 3 book for piano and electronics a Alfonso Gómez (2019)
Dolcissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 1 book for piano and electronics a Víctor Trescolí (2018)
Legatissimo / In termini estremi, Nº 2 book for piano and electronics a Alberto Rosado (2018)