Rodrigo Sigal is a composer and cultural director who works with new technologies, particularly in the field of electroacoustic music. He is also a full-time professor at ENES, Morelia since 2017. Sigal has been director of the Mexican Center for Music and Sound Arts since 2006. He coordinates many creative, educational, research and cultural management initiatives related to sound and music. He obtained a PhD from London City University and completed his postdoctoral studies at the UNAM. He also graduated in cultural management from the UAM-BID and continued his studies and creative projects with the help of several scholarships and support from institutions such as FONCA (he is a member of the SNCA) and the DeVos Foundation for cultural management, among others. For more than 10 years, he has participated in the “Luminico” project, he is also director of the festival “Visiones Sonoras” and editor of the magazine “Sonic Ideas”.