Lambros Pigounis (b. 1976) specializes in the field of contemporary classical, electroacoustic composition and sound art. He studied the violin at the Greek Conservatoire in ATHENS and electroacoustic composition at the University of Hertfordshire (UK). He pursued additional studies with Jonathan Harvey, Javier Alvarez, Jonty Harrison. He completed his MA in Electroacoustic Composition at the City University of London, supervised by Simon Emmerson and Denis Smaley while artistically involved in Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Additional studies include also seminars and masterclasses in the field of computer algorithmic composition and violin improvisation for dance. He teaches at SAE ATHENS Institute of Technology. His recent works include the “Micropolitics of Noise,” a long durational sound art performance commissioned by the Marina Abramovic Institute and NEON, commissions by the HAU Hebbel am Ufer Theater in Berlin and Rimini Protokoll. He is currently researching for a PhD in the ethics and politics of sound.