Angel Ortiz Pérez is a mexican composer and sound artist based
in Belfast. Born in Hermosillo Sonora, he has been involved in a vast
range of activities related to modern music and sound art. He has
worked professionally as a composer, sound engineer, lecturer, score
editor, promoter and sound designer.
Sporadically, he takes part as a performer in ensembles such as BLISS
, Control Group
where he explores a vast array of performing mediums ranging
from traditional acoustic instruments such as cello and trumpet, to laptop
improvisation, performance with bio-instruments and hyperinstruments.
graduated from the Conservatorio de las Rosas in Morelia, México under
his mentor Eduardo Solís Marín before pursuing a Masters degree at the
Sonic Arts Research Centre at Queen's University Belfast under the
guidance of Ricardo Climent and Pedro Rebelo. He is currently a PhD
candidate at SARC, focusing the use of biosignal interfaces for musical
applications under the supervision of Professor Michael Alcorn and Dr.
R. Benjamin Knapp.