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Aurélio Edler-Copes (m)
Composer in Residence

Herkunftsland: Brasilien
KKA-Residency: 2015
Webseite: http://www.edler-copes.com

Aurelio Edler-Copes
Portrait Aurelio Edler-Copes
©Aurelio Edler-Copes
Born in 1976 in Brazil.

Bachelor degree in Guitar at the Federal University, in Brazil, and in Composition at the Advanced Centre of Music of the Basque Country -MUSIKENE. Master in Composition at the Hochschule der Künste Bern with Georges Aperghis, CURSUS of Composition and Computer Music at IRCAM-Centre Pompidou Paris. He complements his training at the Acanthes, Impuls, Injuve and Matrix festivals.

Aurélio’s work has been performed by prestigious soloists and ensembles (such as Ensemble Intercontemporain, Klangforum Wien, MusikFabrik, Quatuor Diotima, Nieuw Ensemble, L’Itinéraire, Vortex, Mosaik, Orchestras of Lorraine-France, Bilbao, The Basque Country, São Paulo, Minas Gerais-Brazil, among others) in important concert halls like the Concertgebouw, Reina Sofía Museum, Auditorio Nacional de Madrid, Maison de la Radio de Geneve, SWR-Freiburg, Espace de Projection-IRCAM, Opéra de Bordeaux, Suginame Koukaidou in Tokio, Volksbühne de Berlin, etc.

He has received commissions by the French and Basque Governments, Fundación Autor-Spain, BBVA Foundation, Wigmore Hall… and has been awarded at more than twenty International composition contests. He has received the ‘Roma Prize’ in Spain, being composer in residence at the Royal Academy of Spain in Rome (2010-2011) and the Prix Georges Wildenstein of the Académie de Beaux Arts of France, being composer in residence and artistic member of the Casa Velázquez-French Academy in Madrid (2011-2012).

In 2013-2014 he has worked in different residence periods at the GMEM, in Marseille, and at GRAME, in Lyon. In 2014-2015 he works in a series of residences at the Royaumont Foundation. From 2013 to 2016 he is associated composer at the Compagnie Éclats in Bordeaux. His works are published by Babel Scores.

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