• Arsis, included in an Itinerant Classics CD

    Arsis, included in an Itinerant Classics CD

    Arsis, a chamber work composed by Sergio Lasuén and played by Matritum ensemble (Fl, Cl, Vln, Vc, Pno) is included in Galaica Musica, a CD published by Itinerant Classics and The Recording Consort. Other composers on this CD are Johan Amberg, Israel L. Estelche and Federico Mosquera.

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    What do nanoparticles sound like?

    What do nanoparticles sound like? Premiere Concert. In collaboration with the Nanotechnology Samca chair of the University of Zaragoza. Sponsored by the Institute of Engineering Research of Aragon and the CAI Foundation.
    March 17, 2016. CAI Luzan (Zaragoza)
    Research project directed by Dr. José Ramón Beltrán
    Music producers: Sergio Lasuén and Carlos Hollers
    Virgilio Pardo (sax)
    Carlos Hollers (electronic music)
    Sergio Lasuén (piano)
    Fernando Lope (didgeridoo and percussion)
    Ricardo Villalta (violin)
    Paula Angulo (violin)
    Andrea Oliva (viola)
    Germán Barrio (cello)

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    appliedharmony.com (Beta version)

    You can enjoy free access to www.appliedharmony.com, your harmonic ear training website. Start practising just now! More information: video

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    “Cenizas” at 59th Valladolid International Film Festival

    The feature film “Cenizas” [Ashes], directed by Carlos Balbuena will be screened at Valladolid International Film Festival on Saturday, October 18th. Soundtrack Credits: Sergio Lasuén (music), Marta Jaén (voice), Nando Lope (didgeridoo), María Fernández Bueno (oboe), Javier Delgado (clarinet), José Pablo Carvajal (bass clarinet), Sergio Lasuén (piano), Dr. Alejandro González Villalibre (musicological adviser), Antonio J. Henares (sound). Didgeridoo recorded at Aragón Sonido by Carlos Lasuén. Music mixed in CutBack Studios by Marc Jovani. Link: Card.

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Biography

Sergio Lasuén

Composition and Music Theory Professor at Conservatorio Profesional de Música de Lucena; Creative Content Manager at appliedharmony.com; PhD at the University of Granada. His PhD dissertation, which analyzes the harmony in interdisciplinary projects focused on the Spanish cinema of the nineties, received an International Mention thanks to his time spent overseas at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers-The State University of New Jersey (USA).
His work encompasses all levels of teaching at Conservatoires and he has managed several Composition Departments and Schools of Music. As a composer, he has achieved international awards for his film scores. He is also musical adviser and composer for the Research Group on Digital Audio Engineering Department of Electronics and Communications at the University of Zaragoza since 2003.
Currently, he is one of the most respected Spanish scholars in the study of harmony in popular music and interdisciplinary projects.