An avid collaborator, Camila Agosto seeks to discover intersections of her work with artistic fields through partnerships with other musicians, visual artists, choreographers, and creators. Her output ranges from acoustic and electroacoustic concert works to orchestral scores, and from solo instruments to larger ensembles.
Camila's compositions are both fully notated and improvisational and include interdisciplinary projects with visual media and dance. She uses extended instrumental techniques and emphasizes the exploration of different timbral and textural elements, often seeking to explore the sonic potentialities of acoustic instruments. In the same vein, Camila also highlights and exposes the human element of live performance.
Her music has been performed by members of the International Contemporary Ensemble, the Semiosis Quartet, Berrow Duo, and Ensemble Échappé. It has been featured at the Miller Theatre Pop-Up Series at Columbia University, National Sawdust, Symphony Space Bar Thalia Series, 2018 New Latin Wave Festival, the FETA FM Festival, Sala Neumann, and the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. Camila often works with visual artists, choreographers, and film directors on a variety of multimedia projects. Recent collaborations include the musical score to The Archivist, an independent film directed by Greg Buracker, and imprint, an electroacoustic installation piece commissioned by Berrow Duo, featuring projected visual media and artwork by artists from the Maryland Institute College of Art.