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Roberto Alonso Trillo

Dr. Roberto Alonso Trillo

Assistant Professor, Department of Music


Phone number46418186
ORCID number0000-0001-9744-5468



B.Mus (RBC), M.Mus (RBC), Ph.D. (RBC), D.M.A. (UH)

Research area(s):

•    String Performance
•    Contemporary Music
•    Philosophy of Music
•    Interdisciplinary Research

Teaching area(s):

•    Violin/Viola/Chamber Music Performance
•    String Pedagogy
•    20th-Century Music/20th-Century Spanish Music
•    Philosophy of Music
•    Modern History of Violin Playing
•    Post-structuralism and Music 
•    Performance Practice

Taught previously at:

•    Universidad Alfonso X (Madrid/Spain)
•    TAI University Arts Center (Madrid/Spain)
•    University of Houston (USA)
•    Universidad Autónoma de Honduras (Honduras)

Selected output(s):

•    Death and (Re)Birth of J. S. Bach: Reconsidering the Musical Work- and Author-Concepts. London: Routledge. 2018 
•    “Enescu Performs Enescu: Glissandi in the Sonata op. 25 ‘dans le caractère populaire roumain.” IRASM 49, no. 1 (June 2018): 115-135.
•    “ZAJ and Futurism: from Henri Bergson to Tomás Marco.” Hispanic Research Journal 17, no. 2 (April 2016): 141-151.
•    “Perspectivas filosófico-temporales sobre el Dúo Concertante Nº 3 de Tomás Marco.” Revista de la Sociedad Española de Musicología 37, no. 2 (2014): 560-585. 
•    “Music and Politics in the Spain of the 1960s: the case of Tomás Marco.” Perspectives of New Music 52, no. 1, (Winter 2014): 106-134.

Current project(s):

•    Transforming violin pedagogy: an interactive comprehensive analytical database of violin learning methodologies 
•    Artistic production with GAN
•    Universes HK: an interdisciplinary exploration

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