Eduardo Miranda

Eduardo Reck Mir­anda is Pro­fess­or of Com­puter Music and Dir­ect­or of the Inter­dis­cip­lin­ary Centre for Com­puter Music Research (ICCMR) at the Uni­ver­sity of Ply­mouth. He is a com­poser work­ing with a wide range of data at the cross­roads of music and sci­ence. He has com­posed music for sym­phon­ic orches­tras, cham­ber groups, solo instru­ments – with and without live elec­tron­ics – and elec­troacous­tic music.

Eduardo’s research interests and expert­ise include: com­pos­i­tion (includ­ing algorithmic, com­puter-aided and elec­troacous­tic), sound syn­thes­is, new music­al inter­faces, express­ive music per­form­ance (by machines), brain-com­puter music inter­fa­cing, evol­u­tion­ary com­puter music, music neur­o­tech­no­logy, uncon­ven­tion­al com­pu­ta­tion (for music tech­no­logy) and arti­fi­cial intel­li­gence.

His com­pos­i­tions have been fea­tured at fest­ivals and con­certs world­wide, by renowned per­formers and ensembles, includ­ing Ber­gersen String Quar­tet (Lon­don), Haus­mann Quar­tet (San Diego), Leo String Quar­tet (from the City of Birm­ing­ham Sym­phony Orches­tra), Sond’Ar-te Elec­tric Ensemble (Por­tugal), Cham­ber Group of Scot­land, Scot­tish Cham­ber Orches­tra, and the BBC Con­cert Orches­tra.