Joshua Alvarez Mastel’s catalogue includes works for large ensemble and electronics, chamber ensembles, soloists, and interactive electroacoustic installations. He has attended HighScore Composer’s Festival in Italy and New Music on the Point in Vermont, where he studied with George Lewis, Christian Wolff, and Katharina Rosenberger. An active improvisor and an avid field recorder, Joshua’s music has been performed by JACK Quartet, Alea III, and the New England Conservatory Symphony, and he has premiered works by his peers as an electric guitarist in new music ensembles. Joshua completed his undergraduate studies at the New England Conservatory in Boston where he studied with Stratis Minakakis and John Mallia. He currently lives in New York and is the graduate composition fellow at Montclair University, where he studies with Marcos Balter and Nathan Davis. Upcoming 2019 engagements include new works to be premiered by AIR Ensemble in Beijing, China, and Mivos Quartet in Valencia, Spain.