In 2017, with the help of support from the Canada Council, I embarked in a research project called Live Structures where I investigated ways to translate analytical data into musical parameters.

From this research and in collaboration with Joseph Browne, designer at Matralab at Concordia University in Montreal, we have developed a tool which creates a real-time graphical score from the analysis of textures. This tool can be used to explore the orchestral structure of a composition.


Live Structures Workshops: Graphical Notation, Perceptual Musical Architecture.


Live Structures: Graphical Notation, Perceptual Musical Architecture.


Places where I’ve presented lectures include: the FIMM, National University of Quilmes, Argentina (postponed to 2021); ISCM World Music Days held in Oakland, New Zealand (postponed to 2021); at IRCAM Forum-Hors-les-Murs, Montreal, Canada (2021), at the German Society for Music Theory Conference (GMTH) held at Zurich University for the arts, Austria (2019); at the TENOR conference, held in Melbourne, Australia (2019), at Center for New Music and Audio Technologies (CNMAT) At UC Berkeley, USA (2019), Festival MNM, UQAM, Montreal, Canada (2019), Banff Center for the Arts and Creativity, Banff, Canada (2019, 2017), UC Victoria, UBC and SFU in Vancouver, University of Calgary (Canada) and at Stanford University, University of the Pacific, Cal Arts and other academic institutions.