felipe otondo

Felipe Otondo studied acoustics in Chile where he started composing and performing music for experimental theatre developing several performance projects with actors and musicians. In 1999 he moved to Denmark to do post-graduate studies in sound perception at Aalborg University focusing on spatial sound and timbre perception. He studied composition at the Carl Nielsen Academy with Anders Brødsgaard where he composed and performed various compositions and took part in several interdisciplinary projects with visual artist. In 2005 he pursued his composition studies at the University of York in England with Ambrose Field and Roger Marsh focusing in electroacoustic composition and music theatre. His music has been widely played in festivals across Europe, in North and South America, as well as in Australia. He collaborated with Neil Sorrell in the composition of the music for the BAFTA-award winning radio drama ‘The Glassman’ and has received awards in composition competitions in Brazil, Bulgaria, China, France and Italy. Felipe is currently a lecturer at the Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts at Lancaster University in England. more info