Francisco Uberto (b. 1988)
I am fully involved to an artistic practice where art and life are indivisible, and in permanent interpenetration. A dream of fusion I pursue with determination, and communicative energy.
My main aim is to embody a transmutation from composer to a digital musician, and I am convince this dialectic path will be fortified by working in close collaboration with players.
I studied composition at Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique et Danse de Paris under the guidance of Stefano Gervasoni, Yan Maresz, and Luis Naón. I took part of Cursus program for computer music at Ircam with Thierry de Mey as associated composer.
The music I wrote have been awarded several times by prestigious fondations in Argentina, and Europe since 2011. I had the honor to be composer in residence at Casa de Velázquez (AFM fellow, 2014) in Spain, at Miso Music (Ibermusicas fellow, 2015), and at Cité International des Arts (2017-2019) in Paris.
My music have been featured around the world including performances in major festivals (ManiFeste, Mixtur, RainyDays, CrossRoads…), and halls (Phillharmonie de Paris, Le CentQuatre, Fabra i coats, Teatro San Martín…) by internationally renowned ensembles (Ensemble InterContemporain, Quatuor Tana, Schallfeld ensemble, United instruments of Lucilin, Barcelona Modern Project, Red Note ensemble, Sound’art-electric ensemble, Symphonic Orchestra of Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Orchestre des Lauréats du Conservatoire de Paris, DAI ensemble…) and conductors (Julien Leroy, Pieter-Jelle de Boer, Guillaume Bourgogne).