Teresa Barrozo (b.1982, Philippines) is a sound artist, composer and curious listener with a wide range of work for film, theatre and dance. Her sound works and compositions have been featured in the Performatura Festival and Artkitektura Festival in the Philippines, Sound+Environment 2017 in the United Kingdom, Asian Composers League Festivals in Japan and Thailand, and Asia-Pacific Weeks in Germany. Her film music works have been part of major international film festivals in Cannes, Venice, Toronto, Locarno and Berlin. She was a recipient of the Ani ng Dangal Award from the Philippines’ National Commission for Culture and the Arts and was granted an internship by the Biosphere Soundscape International Internship Program. In 2014, she became a fellow of the Asian Cultural Council in New York where she focused on sound art and design, performance, and contemporary sonic practices in listening, field recording, acoustic ecology, neuromusic, and electronic and computer music composition.
Influenced by new practices in contemporary art, tradition in aural orchestration and storytelling in cinema and theatre, Barrozo’s current sound work expands to various disciplines, often exploring and exposing new perspectives in listening culture. She is interested in the dialogue between sound and man while investigating man’s relationship to itself and the environment.