Associate Professor of Music Technology and Double Bass / Coordinator of Music Technology
Strauss PAC 217
phone: (402) 554-3947
Attracted by the esoteric, yet, multi-disciplinary art of academic computer music, Jeremy Baguyos has been actively involved in various facets of computer music since 1999. His electronic/computer music work has been presented and performed in thirty states and nine countries, highlighted by performances at the ICMA Computer Music Conference, the Conference for the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), Electronic Music Midwest, Festival International de Música Electroacústica, and the Seoul International Computer Music Festival. Favorite projects involve sound installations, improvisations with computers, real-time interactive computer music composition, multimedia/virtual reality, and any music project that utilizes computer-manipulated data to represent musical control parameters. He has published articles in Journal SEAMUS, Bass World, the ICMC Proceedings, and the Computer Music Journal (MIT Press).
He is Associate Professor of Music Technology and Double Bass at the University of Nebraska Omaha. He oversees and coordinates the Music Technology area, directs Ensemble AMI (the UNO Music Technology Ensemble), and he teaches courses in Digital Synthesis/Digital Music Programming, Audio for Multimedia, Audio Recording, and Double Bass. He is also Principal Bass of the Des Moines Metro Opera Orchestra, a member of the bass section of the Lincoln Symphony, and performs as a substitute with the Omaha Symphony and the Kansas City Symphony. Highlights of his solo engagements have included appearing as soloist with the Columbus (IN) Philharmonic and multiple appearances at the International Society of Bassists Convention.
In addition to his past memberships in Washington, DC, electroacoustic ensembles like the 21st Century Ensemble and the Peabody Computer Music Consort, he also performed with the double bass sections of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, National Philharmonic, National Symphony, Washington Bach Consort, Washington National Opera, National Chamber Orchestra, and the National Art Gallery Orchestra. Before working in the DC area, he held full-time symphony orchestra posts with the Orquesta Filarmonica de GC (SPAIN) and the Shreveport Symphony. He has also been a member of the regular faculty of Grambling State University and Indiana-Purdue University at Ft. Wayne.
He holds a BM from Indiana University, Bloomington, where he was a bass student of Bruce Bransby and a MM in Computer Music from the Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University.