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Ivan Simurra


Compositor, investigador e intérprete de música. Hace uso de recursos computacionales tanto en el campo experimental como en la música popular. Doctor en música por la Universidade de Campinas (UNICAMP), en 2016 desarrolló su investigación postdoctoral en la Universidad de São Paulo. En el 2018 realizó un segundo postdoctorado en el Centro para la Ingeniería, Modelamiento y Ciencias Sociales Aplicadas en asociación con el Centro para las Matemáticas, Computación y la Cognición (ambos en la Universidad Federal del ABC). Sus composiciones han recibido premios en la Bienal de Música Brasilera Contemporánea y en el III Concurso Internacional de Composición Musical en Tomsk, Rusia. Sus obras han sido interpretadas en Brasil, Argentina, Chile, USA, Israel y Rusia. Actualmente es miembro del Núcleo Amazónico de Investigación Musical (NAP) y profesor asociado en la Universidad Federal de Acre.

Composer and researcher who performs electronic manipulations in pop music (DJ). He holds a Ph.D. from the Institute of Arts-UNICAMP with an emphasis on Creative Processes, under Jônatas Manzolli's guidance, with funding from FAPESP and CAPES-FAPESP. He also holds a Master’s degree in Creative Processes at UNICAMP, under the direction of Silvio Ferraz, with financing from CAPES-FAPESP and a Bachelor's in Music Composition, respectively. Professor of Harmony, Theory, Structuring, and Musical Composition, he develops projects related to the composition of instrumental music, science, technology, and musical analysis with the assistance of the computer. He has participated in various festivals, masterclasses, and workshops. He is currently a postdoc researcher in the Department of Computing of the Institute of Mathematics and Statistics - IME / USP under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Marcelo Gomes de Queiroz. He won prizes for his compositions during the Biennial of Contemporary Brazilian Music-FUNARTE and at the III International Music Composition Competition in Tomsk, Russia. In addition, his works have been performed in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, the United States, Israel, and Russia. He is currently a member of the Amazon Center for Music Research (NAP) and an associate professor at the Federal University of Acre.

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