Andrián Pertout was born in Santiago, Chile, and in 2007 completed a PhD degree at the University of Melbourne. Composition awards includ...
Andrián Pertout was born in Santiago, Chile, and in 2007 completed a PhD degree at the University of Melbourne. Composition awards include the Friends & Enemies of New Music Composition Prize (USA), Betty Amsden Award, Louisville Orchestra Prize (USA), and the Oare String Orchestra Judges' and Audience Prize (UK). His music has been performed in over thirty countries by orchestras and ensembles that include the Melbourne and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras, The Louisville Orchestra (USA), Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra (Israel), Orquestra Petrobrás Sinfônica (Brazil), Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de México (Mexico), Vietnam National Opera and Theatre Choir and National Symphony Orchestra (Vietnam), Orquesta Sinfónica de Chile (Chile), Logos Foundation Robot Orchestra (Belgium), Ónix Ensamble (Mexico), Ensamble Contemporáneo (Chile), Sonemus Ensemble (Bosnia-Herzegovina), Sori Ensemble (Korea), Omni Ensemble (USA), and the Ensemble für Neue Musik Zürich (Switzerland).