Jorge Ramos (b. 1995) is a Portuguese multiple award-winning composer, electronics performer, sound artist, and researcher based in London. He has written solo, chamber, symphony, mixed, electroacoustic, live-electronics, film, stage, installations, and advertisement music for festivals, orchestras, ensembles, and soloists across Asia, North America, Central America, South America, and Europe, while also collaborating with other artists and/or institutions on artistic contributions and computer music design.
Commissioners and partners for Dr. Ramos’ work extend beyond the concert hall to major international soloists and bodies such as Arte no Tempo, Banda Sinfónica Portuguesa, Braga Media Arts, Braga ’27, Calouste Gulbenkian Orchestra, Casa da Animação, Cat’s Cradle Collective, Frederic Cardoso,gnration, Orquestra Clássica do Centro, RE:FLUX ’16 Festival, Ricardo Pires, RTP/Antena 2, Sónia Oliveira, The Hermes Experiment, UNDERSCORE Film Festival.
He is the recipient of some prominent fellowships, grants, and prizes awarded by the Academia de Flauta de Verão, Caixa Geral de Depósitos, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, Festival Internacional de Órgão de Braga, Fernando Otero, Fundação da Juventude, Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia, iMelody Music Club, Leões de Portugal, Miso Music Portugal, Orquestra Clássica do Centro, Banda Sinfónica Portuguesa, Royal College of Music London, Royal Music Association, RTP/Antena 2, Sociedade Portuguesa de Autores, Tomaribando, The ACTOR Project, and The National Flute Association.
Between 2017-19 he was an ENOA Composer in Residency with the Calouste Gulbenkian Orchestra and Conductor Nuno Coelho, and a Young Composer in Residency at both Estúdios Victor Córdon and Compota 2019 by Sentidos Ilimitados.
Jorge Ramos holds degrees from Conservatório de Música Calouste
Gulbenkian de Braga, Escola Superior de Música de Lisboa, and a Doctorate in Music granted by the prestigious Royal College of Music London. He currently serves as a collaborator and mentor at The ACTOR Project — Orchestration practice in the 21st century: New methods and tools for analyzing, creating, and teaching orchestration. He is an ENOA — European Network of Opera Academies Artist.