Mauricio Rodríguez (composer)

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Mauricio Rodríguez (Mexico, 1976) is a Mexican composer.

He holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Composition granted by Stanford University, where he worked with Brian Ferneyhough as advisor.[1] He earned the bachelor's degree in composition and the master's degree in Sonology at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague in the Netherlands, where studied with Clarence Barlow (composition), Konrad Bohemer (electronic music) and Paul Berg (computer programming). He also studied composition, piano and ethnomusicology at the Laboratory of Musical Creation led by Julio Estrada at The National School of Music (UNAM).

His musical writing is influenced by processes of graphical representation, by a multi-parametric conception of sound and musical structure, by intuitive-based algorithmic processes and by experimentation as a fundamental method of construction.

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  1. ^ "Mauricio Rodriguez at Stanford University".

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