Luis Miguel Delgado Grande (1990, Colombia) studied composition in Univer-sidad Industrial de Santander, and with the Colombian composer Blas Emilio Atehortúa. In 2014 continued with Alberto posadas, José Luis Torá and Aureli-ano Cattaneo in Katarina Gurska Center, receiving classes also with composers as Beat Furrer, Pierluigi Billone, and Voro Garcia.
His compositions have been programmed in Spain, Usa, Mexico, Paraguay, Argentina and Colombia by Ensembles such as Quartetto Maurice (Italy), Boston Microtonal Society, Cepromusic, and by renouned interpreters as Lorelei Dowling, Chirchan Larson, Robin Meiksins, among others. He has participated in some festivals and workshops as Festival “Festiqartetos” for string quartet and composers (Bogotá 2016); Festival “Distat Ter-ra” for young composers (Argentina 2016) Residency for Colombian composers in Mexico with Cepromusic, Festival musica nueva, movimiento Pu Joa- Asunción.
He lives in Bucaramanga Colombia.
Hálitos, for flute, violin and double bass, as its name man-ifests, it is a soft whisper of the wind full of tiny particles of memories. The different sound categories that are explored on the three instruments play to mask each other and to convert them in a unify complex sound, that constantly transforms, dematerializing and firming itself . Hálitos was commissioned by Movimiento Pu Joa, and premiered in 2017 at “ Jornadas de música nueva” in Asuncion – Paraguay.