Fernanda Aoki Navarro is an educator and composer of acoustic and electroacoustic music, who also develops intermedia works, performance art and installations. She is interested in sound, in the idiosyncratic relationship between the corporeality of the performers and the physicality of their instruments, in the exploration between music and language, in collaborative processes, and in the transformational power that experimental music can exert on issues related to feminism and social otherness.
At Harvard University, Navarro was a fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Before that, she earned a doctorate in music composition from University of California San Diego, a master’s degree from University of California Santa Cruz, and a bachelor's degree from Universidade de Sao Paulo, in Brazil.
Her music has been performed nationally and internationally by soloists and ensembles such as NY Philharmonic, International Contemporary Ensemble, San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, Talea, Yarn/Wire, Fonema Consort, Gnarwhallaby, Platypus, among others. Navarro is also engaged with promoting contemporary music, working as a producer and curator of concerts and music festivals.
- Ph.D. University of California San Diego
- M.A. University of California Santa Cruz
- B.M. Universidade de Sao Paulo
Corporeality in Music
Space & Movement in Music
Music, Technology & Politics
Music & Feminism
|Course Number||Course Title|
|MTC 499||Individualized Instruction|
|MTC 523||Advanced Composition|
|MTC 590||Reading and Conference|
|MTC 598||Special Topics|
|MTC 723||Advanced Composition|
|MTC 790||Reading and Conference|