Sergio Luque (MX)

Sergio Luque
Participant in
SoundLAB VI – sonic art project environments
soundPOOL – a challenge for imagination

Sergio Luque (born September 8, 1976 in Mexico City) is a composer of experimental classical and electroacoustic music. His work often involves surrealism, computer-aided algorithmic composition and stochastic processes.
He is currently pursuing a PhD in Composition at the University of Birmingham, is an active member of BEAST (Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre) and works in the development of Iannis Xenakis’ stochastic synthesis.
In 2006, he received a Master’s Degree in Sonology (with distinction) at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, studying with Paul Berg and Kees Tazelaar. In 2004, he received a Master’s Degree in Composition from the Conservatory of Rotterdam, studying with Klaas de Vries and René Uijlenhoet. He has a Bachelor’s Degree in Composition from the Musical Studies and Research Centre (CIEM, Mexico), and has been admitted Associate in Musical Theory, Criticism and Literature by the Trinity College London.
His music has been performed in Mexico, Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, the United States, Chile, Spain, Australia, Switzerland, Cuba and El Salvador.