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Professor Jeremy C Baguyos
- School of Interdisciplinary Informatics, Information Science and Technology
- PKI 277 B
- Tel: 402.554.2673
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Audio Recording
- Interactive Computer Music Ensemble
- Digital Sound Synthesis
- Audio for Multimedia
- Information Technology Innovation
- Interactive Computer Music Performance
- Electronic Music of Mario Davidovsky
Research/Creative Activity Interests:
UNO Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award (AOTA) (Teaching) 2018
Peabody Career Development Grant (Scholarship/Research) 2006
American Music Education Initiative (Teaching) 2000
Jeremy Baguyos has spent his career in restless pursuit of innovation in music, especially where art and information technology intersect. Favorite projects involve improvisations with computers, real-time interactive computer music composition, and multimedia/intermedia. His computer music work has been presented and performed in thirty-one states and eleven countries, highlighted by performances at the ICMA International Computer Music Conference, the Conference for the Society for Electroacoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), Electronic Music Midwest, Festival International de Música Electroacústica in Chile, and the Seoul International Computer Music Festival in South Korea. He has published articles in the Computer Music Journal (MIT Press), Journal SEAMUS, the ICMC Proceedings, the SEMPRE Proceedings (University of London), and the College Music Society’s Symposium.
He is also Principal Bass of the Des Moines Metro Opera Summer Music Festival Orchestra. He has held full-time symphony orchestra posts with the Orquesta Filarmonica de GC (SPAIN) and the Shreveport Symphony and has also performed with the double bass sections of the Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, the National Symphony, and the Milwaukee Symphony.
Research and Creative Activity Interests
Interactive computer music performance, electronic music of Mario Davidovsky
- BM, Indiana University, Bloomington
- MM, The Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins University
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