Diego Bermudez Chamberland is an emerging Latino-Quebec artist (Québécois/Costarican) who navigates several mediums linked to sound and audiovisual creation, such as composition, live music performance, audiovisual performance and sound design for theater and video games.
His practice is inspired by his life and musical experiences, as well as by his passion for exploring the mixing of sound and visual materials. Collaboration is an essential aspect of his artistic practice. He sees it as a way of transcending his creative reflexes and taking his work to new horizons. He collaborates closely with Les productions Totem contemporain on the creation of works for invented instruments, sound recording and the Totem Électroacoustique contest.
He also organizes the muramur concert series, which gives space to performative audiovisual exploration by proposing encounters between creators and presenting projects that reflect on the links between sound and image. His works have been performed internationally in France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Austria, Australia and Mexico. He is the recipient of the JTTP (CA) and Young Lion of Acousmatic (UE) awards, as well as grants from the CALQ and CAC. He completed a BAC in digital music at the Université de Montréal with professors Nicolas Bernier and Jean Piché, and a master's degree in electroacoustic composition at the Conservatoire de musique de Montréal with professors Martin Bédard and Louis Dufort.