Dr. Roberto Alonso Trillo
Assistant Professor
String Performance, Contemporary Music, Music Philosophy & Interdisciplinary Research
Office: DLB807
Tel.: (852) 3411-2847
E-mail: robertoalonso@hkbu.edu.hk


Roberto Alonso¡¦s (b. 1983) professional career embraces three interconnected levels of activity: performance, pedagogy, and research. He is a violin player with a markedly international profile. Dr. Alonso has performed a wide selection of music, both as a soloist and as a member of various chamber and new music ensembles, that ranges from the early baroque to the contemporary repertoire.

After the completion of a PhD in 2012 Dr. Alonso has worked in various international institutions such as the Edward Said National Conservatory, the National Autonomous University in Honduras, the Young Orchestra and Choir of Central America, and the University of Houston. He has taught instrumental lessons, orchestral training and a variety of musicological courses. Following the finalization of a DMA at the University of Houston in 2017 and besides his continuing international collaborations, he worked as a lecturer at the Universidad Alfonso X in Madrid.

His areas of interest include string-related subjects, an interest in the work and ideas of Theodor W. Adorno, the philosophy of music, contemporary music, a broad interest in the connections between post-structuralism and music, and a focus on interdisciplinary music studies. Over the past few years he has published in various international magazines such as Perspectives of New Music, the Hispanic Research Journal or the IRASM magazine. In 2018, Routledge published his last book entitled Death and (Re)Birth of J. S. Bach.

Personal Website:  www.robertoalonsotrillo.com
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