empreintes DIGITALes / IMED 0264, IMED 0264_NUM / 2002
He has explored several fields of creativity such as design, sculpture, painting, poetry, essays and acousmatic art. Currently he is Associate Professor in the faculty of the College Fine at the National University of Colombia. He has attended several workshops and seminars on electroacoustic composition by Daniel Teruggi and François Bayle (Ina-GRM), Francis Dhomont, Stéphane Roy, John Chowning, Jean Claude Risset and Michel Zbar. He has exhibited his artwork both at individual and group exhibitions. His music is widely performed around the world including Spain, France, Holland, Belgium, Austria, Canada, USA, Mexico and Uruguay. His composition Jagua (r), was awarded a prize in the International Acousmatic Composition Competition, Noroit 95. Mauricio Bejarano has created radiophonic and sonic art works, has written several essays on electroacoustic music, and periodically lectures on the topic.
[Carlos Mauricio Bejarano Calvo]
Bogotá (Colombia), 1955
Residence: Bogotá (Colombia)