Busevin is a Composer dedicated to experimental, instrumental, and electronic music. He studied composition with José Luis de Delás and received musical training in workshops with composers, analysts, and interpreters around the Music School of the University of Alcalá de Henares. He studied Electronic Music around LIEM courses especially, with Emiliano del Cerro. Busevin is the pseudonym for Fernando Egido.
“Horror Vacui” (2017)
His works have been performed at festivals and conferences such as International CSound Conference in Athlone, La Hora Acusmática, Convergence 2022 conference in Leicester, Atemporánea Festival in Buenos Aires, Artificial Intelligence Music Creativity 2022 in Tokyo, Ars Electronica Linz, Audio Mostly 2022 Conference in Sankt Pölten Austria, the Sound Kitchen 2022 inside Worl Stage Design, Epicemtroom, Sur Aural, EVO 2021, OUA Electroacoustic Music Festival 2020 in Osaka, International Society for Music Information Retrieval 2020 in Montreal. The Seoul International Electroacoustic Music Festival 2019, the Australasian Computer Music Conference 2019 in Melbourne, SID (Sound, Image, Data) 2015 conference in New York, Venice Vending Machine III, New York City Electroacoustic Music Festival (2016 – 2017- 2020), JIEN in the Auditory 400 National Museum Art Center Reina Sofía, SMASH Festival, Encontres Festival in Palma Of Majorca, ACA, the Fundaçió Pilar i Joan Miró and, Nomad Roots.
His work “Cognitive dissonance” was awarded in December 2014 at the II INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SOUND AND AUDIOVISUAL SPACES: SENSORIAL EXPERIMENTATION AND ACTIVE LISTENING. His work Three Chants for the computer was included in 2017 by Spectropol Records in a selection of electroacoustic music works.