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Pictur of Bruno Robles-Rendón Standing on a rock with a mountanious view behind him.

About

Bruno Robles-Rendón (b. 2004) is a first generation Mexican-American composer and cellist based in Brooklyn, New York. He has written music for various ensembles including Mantra Percussion, JACK Quartet, the Bergamot String Quartet, MACE, and the Mannes Orchestra. He is currently serving as the founder and artistic director of the concert series Notes After which features the voices of many young emerging composers.

Bruno’s music is driven by his insatiable curiosity. He loves to play around and explore new musical concepts with every piece he writes. As a music theory fanatic he sees composition as not just a means to create but also as a means to understand. Bruno loves analyzing music and sharing his findings to others. His musical style draws primarily from minimalism, post-minimalism, modal jazz, alt-pop, electronic, ambient, and soundtrack music.

Bruno graduated from the Preparatory of the Mannes School of Music in 2022 as an honors program composition student and cello double major. Bruno is now a 2nd year student in the integrated Bachelor’s-Master’s at the Mannes School of Music were he is pursuing a BM in composition and an MA in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship. He is currently  studying under the mentorship Mary Kouyoumdjian after studying with David T. Little and Christopher Cerrone. 

Aside from playing Cello, Bruno Enjoys playing piano and guitar (acoustic and electric) and plays alt-rock/shoegazer music with his friends.

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