About Algorithmic Music Lab

Algorithmic Music Lab is a project created in 2012 by composers and researchers Gustavo Díaz-Jerez, Jesús L. Álvaro and Luis Robles. They have collaborated with institutions such as the Royal Canary Academy of Fine Arts "San Miguel Arcángel", the Polytechnic University of Madrid, the National Institute of Performing Arts and Music INAEM or the Arturo Soria Professional Music Conservatory, among others.

With an unusually coincident profile in relation to this area, they are active composers whose research has focused on the Algorithmic Composition field. In addition, the three have developed complete software environments for Algorithmic Composition, which are available to the general public, and with which they have produced many different musical compositions. This, together with the common interest on the need to divulge Algorithmic Composition procedures, led them to join forces and create Algorithmic Music Lab. It is conceived as a meeting point for composers, performers, researchers, software technicians, artists or people in general interested about the subject.

Gustavo Díaz-Jerez Imagen



Pianist of wide trajectory, composer of intense activity, researcher in the field of Algorithmic Composition, DMA from the Manhattan School of Music and piano teacher at the Basque Country School of Music, Musikene.

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Jesús L.


PhD in Artificial Intelligence (UMA), Composer (RCSMM), Telecom Engineer (UPM) specialized in Acoustics and Sound Synthesis. As a Data Scientist, designs efficient deep learning models for diverse fields. Main research focus in the field of Artificial Intelligence, Generative Music, Knowledge Representation and Sound Design.

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Composer, Composition Professor at the Arturo Soria Conservatory in Madrid, Telecommunications Engineer, researcher in the field of Algorithmic Composition and its aesthetic consequences, PhD in Musicology from the Complutense University of Madrid.

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