Diego Jiménez Tamame

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Diego Jiménez Tamame (Zamora, 1990) graduated in Composition at the Superior Conservatory of Music of Aragón (CSMA), with Jesús Rueda, Agustí Charles Soler and Eneko Vadillo as the main professors. In the same center he attended classes with professors such as Juan José Eslava Cabanellas, José Manuel López López, Arnau Bataller, Miquel Rodrigo, Josep Sanz i Quintana, Irene G. Quero or Alberto Bernal.
He is currently studying a Master’s Degree in Composition at the Universität für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Graz, Austria, with Beat Furrer as professor.
Diego mainly uses instrumental resources, but also electronics and computer tools in their composition. In the most recent stage he has focused his interest in the development of hybrid or expanded instrumental writing as a structural element, as well as in the mixed use of HID devices (Human Interface Devices) and other computer generated materials. He has also written music in interaction and collaboration with artists from other disciplines such as poetry, dance or video art.
The transformation and / or constant hybridization of sound objects, the integration of the physical activity of the performer as a compositional element and the sonic and formal distortion are recurrent concepts that have influenced his production.
His music has been performed in countries such as Spain, Israel, Canada, the United States, Mexico, Germany, Italy, France and Austria, in collaboration with Ensembles such as Meitar Ensemble (Israel), PluralEnsemble (Spain), Trio de Magia (Spain), Ensemble Interface (Germany), Ensemble Multilatérale (France), Quatuor TANA (France), Barcelona Modern Project (Spain), Ensemble Barcelona 216 (Spain), Ensemble Manufaktur für Aktuelle Musik (Germany), Ensemble neoN (Norway), PPCM Ensemble ( Austria) or Schallfeld Ensemble (Austria).

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