Vicente Hansen Atria (b. Santiago, Chile) is a Brooklyn-based composer and drummer. His music riffs on a wide range of idioms, from renaissance dances to Korean sanjo, creating lucid, futuristic sonic worlds. Past, recent, and ongoing collaborators include Wet Ink, Yarn/Wire, Jack Quartet, Bozzini Quartet, International Contemporary Ensemble, and TAK. As an improviser and composer, his music has been showcased at a wide variety of venues, such as The Shed (NYC), The Stone (NYC), Dizzy’s Club at JALC (NYC), Jazz Standard (NYC), DiMenna Center for Classical Music (NYC), Firehouse Space (NYC), Bimhuis (Amsterdam), Spectrum (NYC), Symphony Space (NYC), Miller Theatre (NYC), L’Auditori (Barcelona), among others. In 2019, he was commissioned to participate in The Shed’s Open Call series, for which he co-wrote an evening-length piece for bagpipes, taepyeongso, and custom 3D-printed instruments. He graduated from the Columbia Undergraduate Scholars Program as a Kluge Scholar, and is currently pursuing a DMA at Columbia University, where he has studied with Fred Lerdahl, Georg Haas, and George Lewis. He also serves as the Assistant Conductor for the Columbia University Orchestra under Jeffrey Milarsky. Vicente is currently leading chamber folk septet Orlando Furioso, as well as performing with collaborative trio Family Plan, and designing instruments for an alt-historical project with Mat Muntz.