With a previous education in visual arts, Alejandro Albornoz studied electroacoustic composition with Rodrigo Sigal and Federico Schumacher and works on acousmatic and live electronics since 2004. His music has been performed in several festivals like Synthèse (Bourges), JIEM (Madrid), BIMESP (São Paulo), Sonoimágenes (Buenos Aires), Sound Junction (Sheffield), Evimus (Saarbrücken) and the Semaine Internationale de la Musique Electroacoustique (Lille). He is an active member of the Latinamerican Sound Art Network. Usually he composes for performing arts. He has been producer of several concerts, meetings and publications, highlighting the Festival of Electroacoustic Music of Chile “Ai-maako” and collections of Chilean electroacoustic music. He has a PhD in Electroacoustic Composition obtained at the Department of Music at the University of Sheffield, under the supervision of Adam Stanović. The central topics in his research are the human voice, poetry and language.