Inés Thiebaut

(born in 1979 in Madrid, Spain). Composer. She holds the Professional Teacher diploma from the Adolfo Salazar Music Conservatory in Madrid and a composition and film scoring Bachelor of Music Degree from Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2007 she completed her Master's Degree in Composition from the Aaron Copland School of Music (Queens College, CUNY) in New York, and is currently a second year PhD candidate in Composition at The Graduate Center (CUNY). Inés has studied composition with composers Fabián Panisello, Marcela Rodriguez, and currently with Jeff Nichols. In 2005 she was awarded with the A.I.E. Scholarship granted by the Spanish National Association of Artists and Performers to continue her studies in the United States.. Inés has held an Adjunct Lecture position at the Aaron Copland School of Music, Queens College, since September 2008.
Selected works: Nyx, fl, ob, clr, hrn, 2 Trb, tb, perc; Apocarpous II, fl, clr, vio, gtr, perc; Apocarpous I, fl, clr, trb, vio, vlc, perc; Woodwind Quintet, in B; Miniature Quartet - Say Adios for Goodbye for string quartet and animation; String Quartet No.3; Categoriae, pno., perc; Cuncta fluunt, fl, sopr; Sound Imagery No.2, vln, clr; Sound Imagery No.3, Piano; Study, Cello.
Awards: In 2006 she earned the Youth Concerts at Symphony Hall Award in Boston, and during her Master's she was awarded with the Aaron Copland School of Music Luigi Dalapiccola and George Perle Awards in Composition.