Sensory perception is central to the work of Andrés Nuño de Buen (Mexico City, 1988), who strives for an immediate sensuality in his music. The Berlin-based composer creates his pieces through subtle processes of sound shaping with acoustic instruments, electronic media, objects, and self-made instruments.

Nuño de Buen was awarded the first prize of the 67th Kompositionspreis der Landeshauptstadt Stuttgart (2022) for his work Leve for the ALEPH Guitar Quartet. His music has been performed in festivals and concert series in Mexico, the US, Spain, France, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Sweden, Turkey, Russia and Japan, and has been supported by institutions such as the Berlin Academy of Arts and the Mexican Secretariat of Culture.

He studied with Wolfgang Rihm and Markus Hechtle at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, and with Alejandro Romero and José Luis Castillo at the Escuela Superior de Música in Mexico City.

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