Círculo de Composición del Perú

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Círculo de Composición del Perú (Circomper) (Composition Circle of Peru) is a group of musicians dedicated to study and promote classical contemporary music written in Peru. The group was founded on June 8, 2001 due to efforts made by Juan Arroyo, Carlos Alberto Cárdenas, Daniel Kudó and César Sangay. Most of its members are young composers and composition students.

History[edit]

There is more than one version of how the idea of creating a composition discussion groups was born.[1] In April, 2001, approximately, Juan Arroyo and Carlos Alberto Cárdenas, by then students at the National Conservatory of Music in Peru, began to discuss the possibility of creating an association of Peruvian composers. They shared this idea with Daniel Kudó and César Sangay, also students, and began to organize small meetings to listen to music and make short analysis. They decided to gather more people to these meetings, so they promoted in the Conservatory a reunion to be held on Saturday, June 9, 2001. That same day Circomper is founded with an Internet list, till date the principal means to coordinate the activities of the group. In later times there were also created a webpage, a wiki and a blog.

Since its founding, Circomper has made periodical meetings to listen to music and Peruvian composers have been invited to make presentations on their work. Other projects have been agreed in these meetings, among them:

There were more than 80 subscriptions to the Circomper's Internet list at the beginning of 2008. Circomper had been a group formed mainly by composition students, but since the end of 2007, composers from former generations have been invited to join.

Circomper members articles on Wikipedia[edit]

External links[edit]

(In Spanish)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Petrozzi, Clara. 2010. Identidades en la música peruana del cambio de milenio: el caso de Circomper. Cuadernos de música, artes visuales y artes escénicas. 43-60. http://cuadernosmusicayartes.javeriana.edu.co/images/stories/revistas/RevistaV5N2/cuadernos_volumen_5_numero_2_04Petrozzi.pdf