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© 2019 Sabina Covarrubias

Sabina Covarrubias Ph.D.

Composer & Multimedia-Artist

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Sabina Covarrubias (1977-)  is a composer, multimedia artist,  and a researcher in the field of computer music. 

Covarrubias received a Bachelor of Music Composition degree in 2006 from the National School of Music at the UNAM in Mexico City. She earned a Master’s degree in Musicology, Creation, and Society in 2010 from the University of Paris 8 (France), where she specialized in Computer-assisted composition and Ethnomusicology.  In 2016 , she received a PhD degree in Esthetics, Science and Technology of the Arts from the University of Paris 8. Since 2009 she has attended numerous workshops and residencies at the IRCAM, Centre Pompidou in Paris, France, including “Design Sonore”, “Techniques de Synthèse avec MAX MSP”, "Jitter","CAO dans Max avec la librairie bach", “Audiosculpt”, “Spatialisateur”, among others. Sabina has also studied and trained to program with languages such as Java and C++, among others, at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico. She studied "Mastering Techniques" at Berklee Music College.  Today she is an associated researcher of the CICM (Centre d'Informatique et Création Musicale) ,Paris, FRANCE;  besides,  she is part of the SNCA program (Art Creators National System) from Mexico, for this program, she is  composing acousmatic, octophonic music, financed by FONCA. 

Her works encompass a wide array of genres, which have been shown in highly renowned concert halls and festivals in Mexico, United States, and France. Performances of her compositions have taken place in the International Festival for Women in Art in the Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City and in the International Forum of New Music Manuel Enríquez in Mexico City. ​

 

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