Frischzelle — Festival fuer Intermediale Performance 10.09.2015 duesseldorf festival
Alberto de Campo, born in 1964, studied sound engineering, and later composition at the University of Music in Graz, as well as jazz guitar at the Bruckner Conservatory, Linz. Among other objectives, he worked with Curtis Roads on experimental synthesis instruments and wrote the official tutorial for the music and audio programming environment SuperCollider (then version SC2). Prof. de Campo taught Electronic Music for Composers at the Institute for Electronic Music (IEM) at the University of Music and Dramatic Arts Graz. From 2001-2004, Alberto de Campo worked as an assistant professor for media composition at the Kunsthochschule für Medien, Cologne (KHM). In 2007 the University of Music Duesseldorf appointed Alberto de Campo Professor for Music Informatics at the Institute For Music And Media.