Guest lecturer, Department of Musicology
Jachin Pousson is a composer and musician, exploring the use of modern technology for composition, performance and musical instrument design. He received education in composition at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen and Jāzeps Vītols Latvian Academy of Music in Riga, earning a Masters degree in 2015.
He currently works as a researcher at JVLMA’s Systematic Musicology department in the field of Brain-Computer Music Interfacing while pursuing a doctoral degree in Systematic Musicology.
Since arriving in Riga in 2012 he has composed and recorded 21 academic pieces ranging from solo to orchestral, and has given over 50 performances in projects ranging from festival rock to live electronics. He actively manages the electroacoustic free improvisation trio “Endless Roar” which utilises audio-reactive visuals projected in multiple layers and appears at experimental music festivals, cathedrals, museums and academic settings.