Archive of Author | Eduardo Miranda

I am a composer working at the crossroads of music and science. I have composed music for symphonic orchestras, chamber groups, solo instruments – with and without live electronics – and electroacoustic music. In addition to concert music, I have composed for theatre and contemporary dance.

My music has been featured at festivals and concerts worldwide, by renowned performers and ensembles, including Bergersen String Quartet (London), Hausmann Quartet (San Diego), Leo String Quartet (from the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra), Sond’Ar-te Electric Ensemble (Portugal), Chamber Group of Scotland, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra and Ten Tors Orchestra.

The recording of Mind Pieces (for orchestra, percussion and prepared piano), and an accompanying e-book have recently been published by Intelligent Arts, in the USA. The e-book is available now from Amazon and Apple, and the recording of the symphony is freely available for listening on-line through Intelligent Arts’ website.

Articles with Eduardo Miranda


Harnessing Slime Mould Communication for Musical Computing

Eduardo R. Miranda is a composer working at the crossroads of music and science. He is most notable in the United Kingdom for his scientific research into computer music, particularly in the field of human-machine interfaces where brain waves will replace keyboards and voice commands to permit the disabled to express themselves musically. He has composed music for symphonic orchestras, chamber groups, solo instruments – with and without live electronics – and electroacoustic music – and also for theatre and contemporary dance.