Inés Thiebaut

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Inés Thiebaut nació en Madrid, España y ha estado viviendo en Brooklyn durante los últimos nueve años. Inés es estudiante de doctorado en composición en la CUNY Graduate Center, donde ha estudiado con los compositores Douglas Geers, Jeff Nichols y Jason Eckardt. Actualmente está escribiendo su tesis sobre la música de Mario Davidovsky con Joseph Straus como asesor. Durante su carrera Inés ha trabajado con los compositores Fabián Panisello, Marcela Rodríguez, y Hubert Howe. Inés es co-fundadora y co-directora ejecutiva junto con su compañero compositor André Bregegere de Dr.Faustus, una organización dedicada a la comisión y la promoción de nueva música. Inés también es la directora del S.E.M. Ensemble en Brooklyn, y el directora del CUNY Composers Alliance. Su música ha sido interpretada por varios Ensembles en los Estados Unidos, así como a nivel internacional en España, Portugal y México. Actualmente está trabajando en una comisión del trombonista David Whitwell, y en una pieza de cámara para Ensemble Mise-en.


Inés Thiebaut was raised in Madrid, Spain and has been living in Brooklyn for the past nine years. She is a PhD candidate in Composition at The CUNY Graduate Center where she has studied with composers Douglas Geers, Jeff Nichols and Jason Eckardt. She is currently writing her dissertation on the music of Mario Davidovsky with Joseph Straus as her advisor. During her career, Inés has studied composition with composers Fabián Panisello, Marcela Rodriguez, and Hubert Howe. She is the co-founder, and executive co-director along with fellow composer André Bregegere of Dr. Faustus, an organization dedicated to the commission and promotion of new music. She is also the managing director of the S.E.M. Ensemble in Brooklyn, and the executive director of the GC Composers’ Alliance at the CUNY Graduate Center. Her music has been performed by multiple ensembles in the United States, and internationally in Spain, Portugal, and Mexico. She is currently working on a commission from trombonist David Whitwell (the piece, for low brass trio, will be premiered in 2015), and on a chamber piece for Ensemble Mise-En, to be premiered as part of the GC Composers’ Alliance Spring concert in May, 2015.

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