Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez's ''Afterlight'' had its world premiere. This is complex and compelling music by a very gifted composer, both angry and mournful, and with the most amazing acoustical effects (aural afterlights) composed into it.
Richard Dyer. The Boston Globe.
Las "Cinco piezas...", de Sánchez Gutiérrez, exhiben una personalidad inquieta y original que ha merecido reconocimientos en su país, en Estados Unidos y Austria...
Héctor Cota. La Nación (Argentina)
... Ex Machina... is very serious music...and intriguingly varied in color and mood...an almost "moon-like" landscape...The result is an entirely fresh, original and extremely pleasant effect. The union of keyboard percussion (marimba) and piano proves fascinating here...
Ruck Muzyczny. Warsaw Autumn.
Fast, knotty ensemble writing, interspersed with droning "freeze frame" moments, makes Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez's "Luciérnagas" an exciting and sternly evocative work...
Josef Woodard. Los Angeles Times
...my absolute favorite was the quirky, clever, and fantasy-laden Diaries, by the Mexican-born Carlos Sanchez Gutierrez...
Harry Rollick. ConcertoNet.
Latest News

My new ensemble: Alla Ballena!

I have been invited to be a guest composer for IU's School of Music's Mexico Remixed Festival. April 18, 19, 2019.

I will be a guest of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Composition, for whose Grossman Ensemble I am writing New Short Stories. Jan 9, 30; Feb. 16; March 14, 15, 2019.