Gustavo Chab

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Gustavo Chab
  Argentina-Spain (b. Buenos Aires, 1964)

Composer of mostly electroacoustic works that have been performed in the Americas and Europe.

He studied harmony, counterpoint and piano with Daniel Montes; composition and musical analysis with Francisco Kröpfl. 

He composed his first electroacoustic piece in 1993, specializing in composition techniques in electroacoustic.

His compositions, including works for instrumental, electronic music, and performances. Frequently explores the spatialization of sound in composition, mixing fixed media, acousmatic and sound generation in real time.

His compositions have been performed at numerous festivals and has received-among many awards – Prize Exhibitronic 2018/International Festival of Sound Arts (Strasbourg, France); First Prize of the FNA /Juan Carlos Paz (Buenos Aires, Argentina); a special Mention of the Municipality of Buenos Aires and a honourable Prize-Residence of the International Competition of Electroacoustic Music GMEB (Bourges, France 1993) /Artist in Residence CCMIX, Center for the Composition of Music Iannis Xenakis (France).


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Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Soloist (Instrument or Voice) and Fixed Electronic Media


Sapphires for fixed media or version for female voice performer, fixed media and sound projectionist (2020)
A awake for clarinet Bb performer + fixed media and live electronics (2019)
Etérea ethereal for violin performer + fixed media and live electronics (2016)

Acousmatic


Spiral Voice for fixed media and sound projectionist (2019)

Instrumental Music


IV for piano performer (1997)
A triste for flute, viola and acoustic guitar (1994)
A awake for clarinet Bb performer + fixed media and live electronics (2019)
A triste for flute, viola and acoustic guitar (1994)
Etérea ethereal for violin performer + fixed media and live electronics (2016)
IV for piano performer (1997)
Sapphires for fixed media or version for female voice performer, fixed media and sound projectionist (2020)
Spiral Voice for fixed media and sound projectionist (2019)