Iván Naranjo | composer



Iván Naranjo (México, 1977)  is a Mexican composer currently living in the US.

Interested in flexible structures, recursiveness, number series, extended and unconventional notation, multiple-musics, and experimental approaches to composition.

Composes chamber music and computer music, sound installation and live electronic music performance.

His main composition teachers have been Germán Romero, Ron Kuivila, Erik Ulman and Brian Ferneyhough.

He studied in Las Rosas Conservatory in Morelia, Mexico and holds a master's degree from Wesleyan University in Experimental music and Composition.

He is currently a doctoral student at Stanford University.

His music has been performed in Europe and the Americas by soloists and ensembles such as Elision, Liminar, Adapter, International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE), Arditti Quartet, Flux Quartet, Jack Quartet, Mivos Quartet, Trio Skalenos, Dal Niente, Loadbang, Now Hear, Xelm-Ya, Cepromusic, Séverine Ballon, Alexander Bruck, Julián Martínez, Abdel Anzaldúa, Wilfrido Terrazas, Tony Arnold, Max Murray, Scott Worthington, Dustin Donahue and Pablo Gómez, among others.

He is a member of Sistema Nacional de Creadores de Arte (SNCA), 2015-2018).