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Alexander Sigman, composer

Alexander Sigman, composer

Update: 2021-03-14
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With a unique background in music composition + technology, cognitive science, and data science, Alexander Sigman has been active internationally as an interdisciplinary composer, performer, researcher, software engineer, and educator.

His compositions have been featured on a number of commercial releases, including portrait recordings on the Carrier and New Focus labels. Sigman has published and presented extensively on a broad range of research topics, including music information retrieval, innovative auditory warning design, technical and aesthetic aspects of robot opera, and  approaches to creative audiovisual media integration.

Throughout his career, he has held diverse leadership roles, which have ranged founding faculty member and Music program director of the International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) of Yamanashi Gakuin University in Kofu, Japan, to Artistic Co-Director of the Menlo-Atherton Academy of Contemporary Music (MAACM), an arts education non-profit offering concerts and workshops to high school students in San Mateo County, CA, to Managing Director of Ensemble Modelo62, an 11-member new music consort based in The Hague, NL.

MUSIC EXCERPTS, IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE
1. il y va d’un certain pas (2004-05), for ensemble
2. xy xy I II III (2006), for cimbalom and 3 percussion
3. fcremaperc (2014), for percussion and live electronics

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