Enrique Mendoza Mejia

Enrique Mendoza
(c) Bogi Nagy @bophotoadventures

Komposition & Forschung

Born in Mexico City and based in Vienna, Enrique Mendoza is an electroacoustic music artist focused on acousmatic composition, live electronics, and live diffusion. His electroacoustic composition and performance utilize DIY analog oscillators, lo-fi mini-synths, custom software, 3D immersive music technology, and multi-channel systems. Enrique has received commissions, awards, and grants from Institutions and Ensembles around Europe, the USA, Asia, South America, and Mexico. Enrique has a master’s degree from the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and currently undertaking an artistic doctorate at Anton Bruckner Private University in Linz, Austria, where he is a Lecturer in Digital Music Techniques. His research topic deals with electroacoustic music composition for Hybrid Audio Diffusion Systems.

Professional Artistic Experience

– maybe pain, acousmatic work, performance at 40.4 Sonic Summit, Boulder, US (2023)
– Hybrid Audio Diffusion Systems at Audio Mostly 2022 Conference, St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences. Abstract publication (2022)
– Ground beatings, performance at New York Electroacoustic Music Festival (NYCEMF) by Esther Lamneck, NY, US
– Camera oscura, acousmatic work for 20.2 channels, perfor- mance at Ars Electronica, Linz, AT (2022)
– Ottosonics Festival, live diffusion performance with 72.6 channels, Alter Bauhof, Ottensheim, AT (2022)
– MOOZAK multichannel series, live diffusion performance with 21.2 channels, Klangtheater, Vienna, AT (2022)
– Electric rainband, acousmatic work for binaural reproduction, performance at CMMAS, MX (2022)
– Words over swords, sound installation for 8 channels / TON- SPUR Passage, Vienna. (2020)
– fém kör, for DolbyAtmos system / National School of Cinema- tographic Arts, Mexico (2020)
– Havoc, sound installation for 16 channels / University Museum of Sciences and Arts, UNAM, Mexico. (2019)
– TONSPUR Passage Wien. Scholarship and Artistic Residency form Q21, Vienna (2020)
– KulturKontakt Austria Scholarship and Artist in Residency from the Federal Chancellery (2017)
– Independent Music Awards. Cassiopeia nominated to “Best Instrumental Work”, New York (2016)
– 40th International Computer Music Conference. Cassiopeia selected work, Athens (2014)
– International Rostrum of Composers. La muerte multicolor represents Mexico at the 59th edition. Stockholm (2012)

Professional Education

– PhD Doctorate Candidate 09/2020 – to the date Music Composition, Anton Bruckner Privatuniversität Linz, Austria
– Master of Music 2008 – 2010
Composition for Film, Conservatorium van Amsterdam Amsterdam, Netherlands
– Bachelor Degree 1997 – 2003
Licentiate in Compositional Techniques, CIEM Academy Mexico City, Mexico