Enrique Mendoza Mejia studied the Licentiate degree in Compositional Techniques at CIEM Academy, degree endorsed by Trinity College of London. In 2010 he graduated from a Master’s in Composition for Film at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
In January 2014 he released his first Electroacoustic Music Album “Below Sea Level”, edited by Future Music Records in London. In 2016 the Funds for the Performing Arts of the Netherlands, commissioned him a Bass Saxophone and electronics piece, to be performed by Marijke Schröer.
His music has been performed by Jos Zwaanenburg, Johan van der Linden, Zoom Trio, Melisma Saxophone Quartet, the Mexico City Wind Quintet, Het Trio, Ossia Ensemble, Avlitria Ensemble, Platypus Ensemble, Nagy Boglárka, Mónica Lopez Lau; and it has been performed in diverse forums like IGNM Strommusik in Vienna, 40th International Computer Music Conference, Tromp Percussion Eindhoven, 3rd International Forum for Young Composers Sond’Ar-te Electric Ensemble in Portugal, Amsterdam Blockflute Festival, Manuel Enríquez International New Music Forum, Festival of Contemporary Music of Michoacán, among others. He has been winner of the Tribune of Mexican Music 2004 and 2012, the Composition Contest of Michoacán, and the Tribune of Latin America and Caribbean Music 2004 awards. He represented Mexico, in the 51th International Rostrum of Composers held at Unesco in Paris. In 2012, he was selected by the Mexican Music Council to represent Mexico in the 59th TIC, organized by the International Music Council in Stockholm.
The films and Live Cinema shows, in which he has worked on, have been screened in more than 15 International Film Festivals. One of the films “Mamuth” was nominated to the Ariel award.
Enrique was born in Mexico City on May 26th of 1978.