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Aarón González is a composer from Puebla, México often driven by the abstractions and meanings of art and their color relation dived into a profound connection to spirituality and perception of culture,  Aarón's music delves into vibrant narratives infused with rhythmic dynamism and lush harmonies.

His music has been performed by the Newphonia Ensemble, Atlantic Brass Quintet, Mirari Brass Quintet, Constantinides New Music Ensemble (CNME), and International Contemporary Ensemble. His music has been performed at many venues and events internationally, including the Cortona Sessions, Carnegie Hall, Walden Creative Retreat, and Mostly Modern Festival.

Recent highlights include a collaboration between Eduard Teregulov and the Plains Art Museum as part of The Voices of Creative Change Initiative. Also, he made his orchestra debut with the Brazilian National Symphony as part of the Brasilia Orchestra Summit 2024-2025 season.

Aarón earned his Master of Music degree in Composition at LSU, where he is completing his Ph.D. in Music Composition under the supervision of Brian Nabors, As well he has studied with Mara Gibson, Dinos Constantinides, and Stephen Beck. Prior to graduate studies, he obtained a Bachelor of Violin Performance & Composition degree from the University of the Americas Puebla in Puebla, Mexico, where he studied composition with Brian Banks and violin with Perla Fernández.

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