Emmanuel Berrido

Emmanuel Berrido Associate Professor, Composition

Emmanuel Berrido (b.1986) is a Dominican-American composer with a passion for telling stories through sound. His work has been performed by a variety of artists including the Amernet String Quartet, cellists Megan Chartier, and Craig Mehler, violinist Peter Sheppard Skaerved, and the FIU Wind Ensemble. Recent experiences have included participation at the American Composer's Orchestra EarShot Readings with the Grand Rapids Symphony, the New Music Miami Festival, the Indiana State University Contemporary Music Festival, the Ball State University Festival of New Music, Valencia International Performance Academy and Festival, among others. He has been the recipient of the Louis Smadbeck Composition Prize in Ithaca, NY, for his work "Bend the Knee" for brass quintet, and the Ithaca College Orchestral Composition Competition for his "Danza Ritual" for orchestra. His composition mentors include Eric Moe, Jorge Villavicencio Grossmann, Evis Sammoutis, and Orlando Jacinto García.

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