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Luis Miguel Cobo was born in Úbeda, Spain. After completing his training as a composer he began collaborating with leading Spanish film composers such as José Nieto, Alberto Iglesias and Lucio Godoy.

He was awarded a fellowship in Berlin by the Nipkow Programme and made several collaborations with the 2 top Berlin film schools HFF and DFFB. His work Klaustrophobie was chosen by the Berlin Film Festival.

He also works with theatre directors such as Miguel Narros, Natalia Menéndez, Juan C. Perez de la Fuente, José Luis Gómez, Gerardo Vera, Salva Bolta, Carol López, Ernesto Caballero, Ana Zamora, Alfredo Sanzol, José Sanchis Sinisterra, and Luis Luque.


He has worked with international choreographers such as Sharon Fridman, Marcos Morau (La Veronal), Mónica Runde (10 & 10Danza), Ivan Perez (NDT), Patrick da Bana and Enrique Cabrera (Aracaladanza) with companies Compañia Nacional de Danza (Spain), Carte Blanche (Norway), Wiener Staadsballett, or Ballet d'Europe.

Cobo’s works have been performed at the Vienna Volksoper, L'Opéra Royal de Versailles, Les Jardins du Trocadero and L'Hôtel des Invalides (Paris), Foro experimental Black Box (Mexico), Bienal de Danza de Cali (Colombia), Festival Internacional de Música y Danza (Granada), and Marseille-Provence Capitale Européenne de la Culture 2013.


He has also composed music for exhibitions "The Furias" Museo Nacional del Prado, "The power or words" Acción cultural española, and fashion show by designers Jesús del Pozo and Moisés Nieto as well as major events such as the Ibero American Summit XXII in Cadiz 2012, or Mapping 3D "Dreams Arriaga" Teatro Arriaga, in Bilbao 2011, ​"The Awakening of the Casa Batllo" in Barcelona 2012 (Golden award best spanish cultural event 2012), "Love Casa Batlló" (Grand Prize at the International Festival of Tourist Films of Riga 2014)

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