María Cristina Pascual Noguerol

(born on 5th March 1971 in Barcelona, Spain). Composer and architect. She gained an architectural degree at the Universidad Simon Bolivar (Caracas, Venezuela, 1996), as well as a Master in Interior Design with specialization in Acoustics at the Universidad de Salamanca (Salamanca, Spain, 2000). She completed her musical formation with a degree in Composition at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música de Madrid (Madrid, Spain, 2006), while attending student exchanges and composition competitions at the same time. She has won the Reina Sofia scholarship in Madrid. Her project "Arquitectura y musica: elementos comunes traducidos en una composición musical a través del análisis y estudio del Panteón de Roma" (Architecture and music: common elements translated into a musical composition through the analysis and study of the Pantheon in Rome) was given a grant from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Spanish Cooperation for further studies at the Royal Academy of Spain Rome. As an architect, she has worked successively in architectural and engineering offices, in addition to her work as a teacher of Descriptive Geometry at the Universidad Simon Bolivar in Caracas (2008-2012).
Selected Works: Estructura fractal, chamber orchestra.
Awards: Dresdner Sinfoniker-Volkswagen, Luxembourg Sinfonietta, the Young Composers SGAE (2005) for her work "Estructura fractal" and Jacinto e Inocencio Guerrero prize.

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