Carlos G. Hernández (Mexico, 1990*) is a composer who initiated his studies in 2010 with Alejandro Romero at the Escuela Superior de Música in Mexico-City. From 2012 to 2015 he studied the Bachelor in composition at the Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber (Dresden, Germany) with the recognized composers Mark Andre and José María Sánchez-Verdú. In 2018 he received his Masters degree in composition from the Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Graz (Austria), where he studied under the guidance of Clemens Gadenstätter. Additionally, he has had the opportunity to learn electronic music from Carole Chargueron, Franz Martin Olbrisch and Marko Ciciliani, as well as to participate in masterclasses, courses and revisions with renowned composers such as Georges Aperghis, Brian Ferneyhough, Chaya Czernowin, Beat Furrer, Steven Kazuo Takasugi, Pierluigi Billone, Rebecca Saunders, Claus-Steffen Mahnkopf, Manos Tsangaris and Raphaël Cendo, and in many festivals such as Internationale Ferienkurse für Neue Musik Darmstadt, next_generation ZKM, Impuls Graz, Matrix SWR, FIMN Manuel Enríquez and SIRGA. His music has been performed in many concerts and festivals in Mexico, Germany, Austria, United States, Argentina, Switzerland, France, Spain, Northern Irland and South Korea by ensembles and musicians such as the SWR-Symphonieorchester, Dresdner Philharmonie, ensemble ascolta, Séverine Ballon, Nico Couck and Manuel Alcaraz Clemente. His catalogue includes orchestral, ensemble, chamber, instrumental solo, vocal, choral, electronic, multimedia, music-theater and sound-installation pieces. He currently studies the Konzertexamen (3rd Cycle) studies in composition at the Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und darstellende Kunst Stuttgart (Germany), under the supervision of Martin Schüttler.
Carlos G. Hernández (Mexico, 1990*) is a composer based in Stuttgart, Germany. He studied with Mark Andre, Clemens Gadenstätter, and Martin Schüttler, among others. His works consist mainly of instrumental, multimedia, installative and electronic pieces, which have been performed by ensembles and musicians such as the SWR-Symphonieorchester, Dresdner Philharmonie, Ensemble Ascolta, Séverine Ballon, Nico Couck and Felix Nagl. In his music, he is particularly interested in the relationship between time and sound, and it's resulting expressive qualities, as well as with producing musical forms that combine different styles, genres or disciplines.