Dr. Roberto ALONSO TRILLO
Assistant Professor, Department of Music
- AUGMENTED CREATIVITY
Roberto Alonso’s (b. 1983) professional career embraces three interconnected levels of activity: violin performance, music pedagogy, and interdisciplinary research. His areas of interest include string-related subjects, music philosophy, contemporary music, music and AI, and an overall focus on interdisciplinary music studies. Over the past few years he has published in various international magazines such as Perspectives of New Music, the Hispanic Research Journal, and the IRASM magazine. In 2018, Routledge published his last book entitled Death and (Re) Birth of J. S. Bach. At present he is undertaking research related to GAN implementation in collaborative artistic processes, technologically enhanced music pedagogy, and the development of new interfaces for musical expression.