Musique électroacoustique latino-américaine

Mónica O’Reilly (Cuba)

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Mónica O'Reilly (born in Havana, 1975) studied electroacoustic music at the National Laboratory of Electroacoustic Music in Havana during the early 90s.

She is since 1995 professor at ISA - Instituto Superior de Arte (Superior Institute of Art) in Havana, and is also part of the (Estudio de Música Electroacustica y por Computadora) EMEC studio team there.

O'Reilly composed among other pieces, the following electroacoustic works for tape: "Moniobra" in 1998, realized at EMEC-ISA; "El segundo de un compay eterno", also realized at EMEC-ISA, "Mundo Interior", with Irina Escalante, and "Psss", both realized at LNME - Laboratorio Nacional de Música Electroacústica, all three works in 2000; "Bbpino", realized at LNME, and "Un besito a papito", realized at EMEC-ISA, in 2001; "El indio está que pela", "Tres little escenas de Mr. Pérez", "Martí: muerte y razón" and "Gestual", all four works relized at EMEC-ISA, and "Gallos", realized at LNME, all five pieces in 2002.

(text updated: October, 2003)

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