Gabriel Pareyon (Zapopan, Mexico, 1974)
Composer and musicologist. Ph.D. in Musicology, University of Helsinki (2006–11). M.A. and bachelor in music theory and composition, Royal Conservatoire, The Hague (2000–04). He studied at the Composers’ Workshop of the National Conservatoire of Mexico (1995–98), and at the Music School of the University of Guadalajara (1989–92).
He won first prize in the World Saxophone Composers’ Competition (Ljubljana, 2006); second prize at the Tchaikovsky Conservatoire International Composers’ Jurgenson competition (Moscow, 2003); and third prize at the Andrzej Panufnik International Music Days (Krakow, 2001).
He has published six books on history of Mexican music, as well as some international articles on different aspects of music theory, such as music semiotics, ecomusicology, and music and mathematics. Since 1995 he is tenured member of the National Centre for Music Investigation, Documentation and Information (CENIDIM, Mexico City). In 2014 he was appointed Program Chair of the International Congress on Music and Mathematics held in Puerto Vallarta.
Publication: Book/anthology › G4 Doctoral Thesis, monography
Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Organisation and participation in conferences, workshops, courses, seminars
Gabriel Pareyon (Recipient), 29 May 2008
Prize: Prizes and awards
01/07/2010 → …
Project: Research project
PhD (Philosophy, Musicology), University of Helsinki