Martin Jaroszewicz’s acoustic and electroacoustic music has been presented in the US, Mexico, South America and Europe. His instrumental compositions have been performed by many groups including What’s Next Ensemble, Los Angeles Percussion Quartet, the Nimbus Ensemble and Grammy nominee pianist Aron Kallay among others. Presentations of his electroacoustic music include Bucharest’s New Music Festival, Música de agora in Bahia, Brasil; Visiones Sonoras and Foro Internacional de Musica Nueva in Mexico; the Sweet Thunder Music Festival in San Francisco and the Culver Center of the Arts in Riverside, California.
His work ranges from solo pieces to chamber orchestra including sound installations, video, improvisation and electronics. He studied at the Conservatory of music Manuel de Falla in Argentina, California State University Northridge and the University of California Irvine. He is currently a Phd candidate at the University of California Riverside where he researches computer music techniques and multichannel spatialization. He writes sound processing and synthesis software and has taught composition, music theory, computer music and technology at the California State University Northridge, the University of California Riverside and COSMOS UCI where he created and developed the course Computer Models of Sound for iOS apps.
As a developer, he is the author of OSC Physics and OSC Physics Pro for the iPad, and other tools for spectral manipulation of sounds. Recent publications include an article in Montage, Collage, Komposition published by the University of Siegen, Germany.
MUS 316. Musical Analysis. Analytic techniques for the study of balance in the organization of musical material.
MUS 391. Midi Sequencing Techniques and Lab An in-depth, hands-on study of MIDI sequencing and its application in the studio and in live performance.
MUS 421. Advanced Composition. Advanced studies in art music composition in a seminar/masterclass format.
MUS 630. Composition in the larger forms, in contemporary style.
MUS 418. Electronic and Computer Music Composition The history, theory and practice of electronic and computer music composition and performance. The principles and procedures of composition in various electronic media are explored through compositional exercises, reading, listening and discussion. Special attention is paid to live and interdisciplinary works and performances.
El Botin. Composer, performer, sound designer. 2013.
Radha. USC Graduate Animation Program. Composer, Performer, Sound Designer and Editing. 2007.
A Matter of Taste. RIT Graduate Thesis. Installation. Composer. 2006.
The Black Mail. USC Graduate Animation Program. Composer, Sound Designer and Editing. 2005.
Strictly Dining Room. USC Graduate Animation Program. Composer, Performer, Sound Designer. 2004.
Heavens’s Web. USC Graduate Animation Program. Composer. 2003.
The Christian Knight.USC Graduate Animation Program. Composer, Performer. 2002.
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