Francisco is a composer, sound artist, and computer music programmer and performer from Mexico City residing in Chicago. He has received numerous distinctions such as the BMI Student Composer Award,  two honorable mentions in the Morton Gould Young Composer Awards, and three nominations for the Gaudeamus Music Prize. He often works with ensembles that integrate instruments and performers from different parts of the world and also composes for traditional classical music formations often including the use of electronics. Francisco is interested in untraditional projects that redefine the way in which we understand and listen to music. 

Latest News

Francisco Castillo Trigueros nominated for the 2014 Gaudeamus Prize.

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The Chromochord featured in Scientific American!

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Francisco's performance with Ensemble Dal Niente selected to Top 10 in Chicago!

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Next Event

Velodromo at Fulton Recital Hall

Tuesday, May 20, 8:00pm
Presented by the University of Chicago Computer Music Studio.
Fulton Recital Hall, 1010 E. 59th St. Chicago, IL


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