Damián Gorandi (11 - 11 - 1991, Arg). He was awarded in various international competitions such as: 1 ̊ Prize Taukay Edizioni Musicali international composition competition "Città di Udine", Prix Russolo 2017 Grand Prize, 1 ̊ Franz Liszt (2017), 1 ̊ Isa Award, Exhibitronic prize 2017 (Strasbourg), 1 ̊ prize in "Destellos" and also honorable mention in 2016, 2018 and Nominated 2017, 1 ̊ prize "Masmenos", Ars Electronica Award, Mega Jury Award 2018, Ibermusicas 2016. Silver Medal at the "Global Music Awards", CCEC Award. Ceiarte Prize Prizes in national competitions: 1 ̊ Sadaic prize, 1 ̊ Trinac prize (2016 and 2017). 1 ̊ prize "Juan Carlos Paz - national fund of the arts" (Argentina). He obtained the scholarship at the Franz Liszt University, (Germany) to take classes with Robert Normadeau and Robin Minard. Also participated in courses and was influenced by Tristan Murail ,Yann Robin, Francesco Filidei, Philippe Hurel, Ake Parmerud, Denis Dufour, João Pedro Oliveira, ect. His works were premiered at differents internationals festivals (more than 40) for example the New York Electroacoustic Music (NYCEMF, 2015), Multiphonies Ina Grm 2017 (France), Cime / Icem in Moscow. Crossroads - contemporary international music (university in mozarteum salzburg), Sime (Lille), wallis forum, among others. His music has been interpreted in USA, France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Italy, Portugal, Austria, Sweden, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Panama, Canada, Russia, Japan, Korea, Switzerland, Lithuania and Republic Czech His artistic work was declared "of high cultural and artistic interest" by the Argentine Ministry of Culture. Was considered among the 60 most relevant composers of the last 60 years in Argentina by the national fund of the arts of Argentina.. He have study instrumental and electroacoustic composition in the Alberto Ginastera conservatory (Buenos Aires, Argentina). Study in the “ HEAR - Haute école des arts du bas Rhin-” (Strasbourg France) composition avec Daniel D ́Adamo and a Master at the University Franz Liszt , with Robin Minard and Michael Obst (Weimar, Germany).