CCT (Composition & Computer Technologies)
Jon Bellona is an intermedia artist/composer who specializes in digital technologies.
Jon’s research includes data-driven control of electronic music performance; constructing musical spaces for deep listening; and collaborating with other disciplines to inform how we create musical experiences.
Jon's music and intermedia work have been shown internationally including KISS (Kyma International Sound Symposium); SEAMUS (Society for Electro-Acoustic Music in the United States); IMAC (Interactive Media Arts Conference); SLEO (Symposium on Laptop Ensembles and Orchestras); FMO (Future Music Oregon) concerts; with special performances at the Casa da Musica (Porto, Portugal) and CCRMA (Palo Alto, CA).
Jon received his M.Mus. in Intermedia Music Technology from the University of Oregon, audio engineering degree from the Conservatory for Recording Arts & Sciences, and B.A. from Hamilton College. Jon is currently pursuing his Ph.D. in Composition and Computer Technologies (CCT) at the University of Virginia and is part of the art collective, Harmonic Laboratory.