Aarón González is a multi-disciplinary artist from Puebla, México. As a composer, educator, poet, and visual artist, he seamlessly weaves together various artistic mediums to create captivating works of art. His primary focus lies in chamber and vocal compositions, as well as electronic and alternative forms of theater performance. With a profound connection to spirituality and culture, Aarón's music delves into vibrant narratives infused with rhythmic dynamism and lush harmonies.
His recent and ongoing collaborations have included ensembles such as the Newphonia Ensemble, Atlantic Brass Quintet, Mirari Brass Quintet, Constantinides New Music Ensemble (CNME), International Contemporary Ensemble (featuring Ryan Muncy and David Friend), and Kyle Melton. These collaborations have led to notable achievements, including a composition fellowship at Cortona Sessions, the premiere of his vocal work titled "Honey Memories" by the Newphonia Ensemble, and the debut of his composition "Pierrot Microbusero" performed by CNME at Carnegie Hall in 2022.
As an educator, he has taught counterpoint as an instructor in the record and individual composition lessons to undergraduate students when the faculty is away at Louisiana State University.
Aarón earned his MM in composition at Louisiana State University (LSU), where he studied with Dinos Constantinides, Mara Gibson, Stephen Beck, and Jessie Allison. Prior to graduate studies, he obtained a Bachelor of Music degree from the Univerisity of the Americas Puebla, where he studied composition with Brian Banks and violin with Perla Fernández. On top of that, he has taken master classes with Marcos Balter, Amy Williams, and Robert Paterson.
Currently, Aarón is in the second year of his Ph.D. in Music Composition at LSU under the guidance of Brian Nabors.