Martín Liut - Biografía           BRIEF:

Composer, professor and researcher, he has composed chamber works, pure and mixed electro-acoustic pieces and works of sound art (installations, radio art, performances). He is founder and director of Buenos Aires Sonora, a group that since 2003 has been dedicated to the creation of large-scale sound interventions in the urban public space. His works are organized into various lines of action or series, examples of which include his cycle “Inventarios argentinos” (“An Argentine Inventory” – multimedia works on various Argentine themes) and “Las dos orillas” (“The Two Shores” – musical works on tango).

He is a 1992 graduate of the School of Fine Arts at the National University of La Plata (UNLP, Argentina) and holds the title of Professor of Harmony, Counterpoint and Musical Morphology. He has a PhD from the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (Paris) in “history, music and society” and from the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes in Social and Human Sciences.

He is currently Associate Professor of Music at the National University at Quilmes (UNQ, Argentina) and Adjunct Professor of Argentine and Latin American Music History at Philosophy and Letters Faculty (University of Buenos Aires, UBA). He directs a research project titled “Territories of Argentine Contemporary Music (1972-2010)” at UNQ.

Between 1992 and 2005, he was Music Journalist, first for the magazine La Maga and later for the daily newspaper La Nación.


Composer, profesor, researcher. Creator of the sound intervention “Mayo, los sonidos de La plaza” (“May, the Sounds of the Plaza” – 2003) and the cycles “Las dos Orillas” (“The Two Shores” – musical works on tango) and “Inventarios argentinos” (“An Argentine Inventory”).

Arte Sonoro
odio a mi familia
Música instrumental y para medios mixtos
Iventarios 1 2015
Tradiciones - Las Dos Orillas
Las Dos Orillas - Cuarteto