Sergi Puig

Sergi Puig (Spain, b. 1989) studied composition at the Conservatori Superior del Liceu in Barcelona with Ramon Humet and Benet Casablancas, graduating with distinction. He completed his training at the Kunstuniversität Graz with a master's degree under Beat Furrer and is currently pursuing a master's degree in theater and music with Annesley Black at the same university. In 2023, he was awarded the Musikförderungspreis by the city of Graz.
His music has been performed at various festivals and in multiple countries by ensembles and soloists such as Quatuor Diotima, Plural Ensemble, Between Feathers, María Alejandra Jiménez, Karera Fujita, and Louis Siracusa-Schneider. He is particularly interested in vocal and scenic music and interdisciplinary projects, among which "Oblivion" stands out. "Oblivion" is an acousmatic work choreographed by Silvia Batet, which won the Premi de Dansa IT 2020 and premiered at the GREC festival in Barcelona in 2021.