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Irving Angulo is a web developer and artist from the Dominican Republic. His main interests are web development, web arts, multimedia, and interdisciplinary collaboration. His works have been performed at the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States (SEAMUS), Georgia Southern University, Electroacoustic Barn Dance, National Student Electronic Music Event (N_SEME), Central Michigan University, and Western Michigan University.
Irving studied cello performance 1996-2004 at the National Conservatory of Music of the Dominican Republic. After completing his studies Irving worked at the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic from 2004 to 2010 where he had the opportunity to work with artists such as Phillip Entremont, Plácido Domingo, Thomas Sanderling, Sophie Koch, among others.
In 2010 Irving was awarded a scholarship to study Music Composition at Western Michigan University, where he graduated with honors in 2014. He studied music composition with Curtis Curtis-Smith, Richard Adams, Christopher Biggs, Lisa Coons, and cello with Bruce Uchimura. In 2016 he earned a graduate degree in Music Technology at Georgia Southern University, where he studied with John Thompson.
While studying music technology, Irving developed a great interest for computer programming and software development. He has expanded his knowledge in these fields through personal study, online courses, and CodeSquad - a web development boot camp.