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Mikael Trillo-Figueroa was born in Northern Sweden, his interest in music increased
in year 1998 when applying to Gotland School of Composition, where he received classes in composition with Sven-David Sandstrom among others. In his adolescence he got selected to participate in the scandinavian festival UNM (Young Nordic Music Festival), held in Helsinki / Finland where his string quartet Wrapped in Mystery got performed and published by the publish company Uusinta. After three years of studies on Gotland he thereafter applied to the Royal College of Music in Stockholm, where he continued his composition studies with Lars Ekstrom, Par Lindgren and Bill Brunson. Mikael graduated in year 2007 after several success with culminating works, such as the wind orchestra piece Escher Without Wings (2002) and Spectra (2006) for orchestra.

The following year he moved to Madrid in order to take part in Taller de Sonido y Musica para Cine: a workshop focusing on film scoring. In year 2010 he was awarded by the National Academy of Music in Thessaloniki a gold medal of distinction and honor, furthermore a Certificate of Mastery in Composition. He participated as well the same year in NYU Steinhardts Film Scoring Workshop in Memory of Buddy Baker in New York, awarded the Charlotte Baker Film Music Scholarship in order to compose a orchestra piece for the well-known introduction of the Universal Pictures Logo and the film Serenity 1M1.

Second Prize Winner in the prestigious composition competition XXII Premio Jovenes Compositores for RadaRadaR, premiered by Smash Ensemble on the 28th of November 2011 in Auditorio 400 Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, furthermore rewarded a diploma, promoting CD, trophy and 3000 euros. Awarded the Financial Aid Award by the Sally Mead Hands Foundation further to work at the art residency ACA (Atlantic Center for the Arts) in New Smyrna Beach, Florida. Participant in Composit 2012: a workshop / festival arranged in Villa Battistini, Italy, supervised by Tristan Murail and Joshua Fineberg.

His music has been performed among others by Sonanza, Gothenburg's Wind Orchestra, Smash Ensemble, Larsenale, Ensemble Espai Sonor. Spectra has recently won a place on Ablaze Records CD Millenial Master Series Vol.4. Ablaze Records will professionally master and reproduce the original recording in order to promote and sell it globally online, on iTunes and Amazon. Mikael Trillo-Figueroa is a regular collaborator of Verso: one of Spains most important disc labels in ancient and contemporary music. Verso are about to record a CD / DVD which will portray the composers music within La Fundacion BBVAs project Musica Espanola y Latinoamericana Actual.


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Miguel Figueroa
Jump to navigation Jump to search For the Puerto Rican swimmer, see Miguel Figueroa (swimmer). Miguel FigueroaMiguelfigueroa.jpgFigueroa in 2012.Leader of the Communist Party of CanadaIn office
19922015Preceded byGeorge HewisonSucceeded byElizabeth RowleyPersonal detailsBornJuly 29, 1952
Montreal, Quebec, CanadaPolitical partyCommunist Party of CanadaResidenceTorontoOccupationPolitician

Miguel Figueroa (born July 29, 1952) was the leader of the Communist Party of Canada from 1992 until 2015. He is known for the landmark Figueroa case, which redefined the role of small parties and Canadian Parliamentary democracy, as well as his role re-establishing the Communist Party of Canada in the post-Soviet era.[1]

Early political career

Figueroa was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He attended Dawson College, McGill and Concordia in Montreal, before joining the staff of the National Union of Students in 1975 as a national field organizer.[1]

Figueroa joined the Communist Party in 1977 and held many positions within the Party. In 1978, he became the party's Greater Vancouver organizer,[1] working with people such as city councilors Harry Rankin and Bruce Yorke as well as Party activists across the region. He also helped organize demonstrations which brought scores of thousands onto the streets, marching for nuclear disarmament.

From 1986 to 1992, Figueroa served as regional correspondent for the Canadian Tribune and the Party's Atlantic region leader.[1] He was based in Halifax, but traveled across Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Newfoundland on a regular basis. In 1991 Figueroa was laid off (a casualty of the inner-party struggle which had begun to brew), and he decided to go back to school, beginning a Master's program in International Development Studies at St. Mary's University, while working as a teaching assistant at neighbouring Dalhousie University. In 199293, Figueroa chaired a union organizing committee that signed up 800 part-time seasonal professors and teaching assistants at Dalhousie, ultimately leading to membership in the Canadian Union of Public Employees. He was also active in various mass movements like peace and disarmament, international solidarity, and trade union organizing.

Leadership of the Communist Party of Canada

The dissolution of the Soviet Union produced sharply different assessments within the CPC.

The protracted ideological, political, organizational and legal battle created much confusion and disorientation within the ranks of the Party, and paralysed both its independent and united front work for over two years. Ultimately, the Hewison-led majority in the party's Central Committee and Central 28th Convention voted to abandon Marxism-Leninism. An orthodox minority, led by Elizabeth Rowley, Figueroa and former leader William Kashtan, resisted this effort. In August 1991, Rowley and the other expelled members took the Communist Party to court. An out-of-court settlement resulted in the Hewison leadership relinquishing the name "Communist Party of Canada", and in return split the party's assets with the Hewison group under the umbrella of the Cecil-Ross Society, a publishing and educational foundation previously associated with the party.

A convention was held in December 1992 in which delegates declared themselves to be the continuation of the Communist Party (thus the meeting was titled the 30th CPC Convention). Delegates rejected the changes instituted by Hewison and reaffirmed the CPC as a Marxist-Leninist organization. Since half of the old party's assets were now the property of the Hewison-led Cecil Ross Society, the CPC convention decided to launch a new newspaper, the People's Voice, to replace the Canadian Tribune and Pacific Tribune.

Elected leader in December 1992 at the 30th Party Convention, Figueroa was re-elected to that office until his resignation in January 2016, for health reasons. Over his 23-year term, Figueroa led the party through eight federal election campaigns, touring and speaking across the country.[1] As part of a new collective leadership, he worked to help achieve what the Party considers the clarification of its revolutionary orientation as well as its ideological identity based on Marxism-Leninism. In particular, Figueroa participated in the elaboration of the Party's new political program, Canadas Future is Socialism!, a process which began in the mid-1990s and culminated in the adoption of the final version at the 33rd Central Convention in February 2001.

His leadership also saw the consolidation and rebuilding of the Communist Party across the country helping to launch Peoples Voice and, later, Clarte, as well as The Spark! , the CPC's theoretical and discussion journal. The Party re-established several clubs and committees, including the Party's Quebec component the Communist Party of Quebec, as well as the youth organization known as the Young Communist League. The Party continues to play a role in many labour, peace, environmental, aboriginal, women's, student, immigrant and other people's movements.

Figueroa chaired the international commission of the Party and represented the CPC around the world, including Greece, Portugal, India, China, Vietnam, South Africa, Cuba, Venezuela and the United States. He was regularly present at the International Meeting of Communist and Workers' Parties[1] where, on behalf of the Party, he advocated for efforts to build greater cooperation, political cohesion, and unity of action among Communist and Workers parties to deal with the growing dangers of imperialism and urgent problems of peace, solidarity and protection of the global environment.

The 38th Central Convention of the CPC was held May 2123, 2016 in Toronto. The Convention included a tribute to Miguel Figueroa for his lengthy service as party leader; it also elected Elizabeth Rowley as the new national leader. Figueroa was elected to the new 23-member Central Committee.

Recent History

In October 2016, Figueroa was invited to join the Executive of the Canadian Peace Congress, and was subsequently appointed "interim President" in early 2017. He organized several speaking tours with Eva Bartlett and Canadian author Stephen Gowans in the winter and spring of 2017, and undertook a Canada-wide tour in the fall of 2017, which covered 13 cities across the country. He also represented the Peace Congress in solidarity missions to Venezuela and Syria during that year. In 2018 he participated in a hemispheric conference of peace organizations held in Moca, Dominican Republic in September, and the Executive Meeting of the World Peace Council in Damascus, Syria in October.

In November 2018, the Peace Congress convened a country-wide Convention in Toronto, at which time Figueroa was elected President, leading an 11-member Executive Committee elected at the Convention.

Figueroa v. Canada

In 1993, the fledgling CPC was still recovering from its crisis and split. The Party now had only a few hundred members, and had lost a number of assets, including the party's headquarters at 24 Cecil Street in Toronto. As a result, the CPC was not in a position to run fifty candidates in the 1993 federal election, the number required to maintain official party status because of recent changes to Canada's Elections Act. As a result, the newly relaunched CPC was deregistered by Elections Canada, and its remaining assets were seized by the government. A prolonged legal battle, Figueroa v. Canada ensued, resulting in a Supreme Court of Canada ruling in 2003 that overturned a provision in the Elections Act requiring fifty candidates for official party status (the number had been increased by an act of parliament in the intervening years). Earlier in the legal battle, the party had its deregistration overturned and its seized assets restored.

Canadian federal elections since 2000

Figueroa has run in nine Canadian general elections and at least two provincial elections:

  • 1979 British Columbia general election: Figueroa ran in the two-member riding of Vancouver Centre, and finished eighth in a field of eight candidates with 237 votes. Gary Lauk and Emery Barnes of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia won.
  • 1984 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran in the riding of Vancouver East, and finished last with 259 votes. Margaret Mitchell of the New Democratic Party won.
  • 1988 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran in the riding of Halifax, and finished 5th in a field of 7 candidates with 151 votes. Mary Clancy of the Liberal Party of Canada won.
  • 1993 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran as an independent in the riding of ParkdaleHigh Park, and finished 9th out of a field of 11 with 105 votes. Jesse Flis of the Liberals won.
  • 1995 Ontario general election: Figueroa ran in the riding of BeachesWoodbine, and finished 5th in a field of six candidates with 169 votes. Frances Lankin of the New Democratic Party of Ontario won.
  • 1997 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran as an independent in the riding of Davenport, and finished 7th in a field of 8 with 194 votes. Charles Caccia of the Liberals won.
  • 2000 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran in the riding of TorontoDanforth, and finished 9th in a field of 10 with 129 votes. Dennis Mills of the Liberals won.
  • 2004 Canadian federal election: Figueroa ran in the riding of BeachesEast York in Toronto, and finished 7th in a field of 8 with 62 votes. Maria Minna of the Liberals won.
  • Between 2006 and 2015, Figueroa ran in every federal election in the riding of Davenport, placing fifth or sixth in each.

Electoral record

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2015 Canadian federal election: Davenport Party Candidate Votes % % Expenditures Liberal Julie Dzerowicz 21,947 44.26 +16.36 $81,434.76 New Democratic Andrew Cash 20,506 41.36 -12.36 $113,630.62 Conservative Carlos Oliveira 5,233 10.55 -3.67 $8,821.20 Green Dan Stein 1,530 3.09 -0.33 $8,434.06 Communist Miguel Figueroa 261 0.53 Independent Chai Kalevar 107 0.22 $1,430.00 Total valid votes/Expense limit 49,584 100.00 $205,012.65 Total rejected ballots 287 0.58 Turnout 49,871 69.19 Eligible voters 72,082 Liberal gain from New Democratic Swing +14.36 Source: Elections Canada[2][3]
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2011 Canadian federal election: Davenport Party Candidate Votes % % Expenditures New Democratic Andrew Cash 21,096 53.74 +22.48 Liberal Mario Silva 10,946 27.89 -17.88 Conservative Theresa Rodrigues 5,573 14.20 +3.19 Green Wayne Scott 1,344 3.42 -7.07 Communist Miguel Figueroa 167 0.43 -0.03 Animal Alliance Simon Luisi 128 0.33 +0.07 Total valid votes/Expense limit 39,254 100.00 Total rejected ballots 235 0.60 -0.10 Turnout 39,489 61.92 +8.88
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2008 Canadian federal election: Davenport Party Candidate Votes % % Expenditures Liberal Mario Silva 15,953 45.77 -6.10 $47,491 New Democratic Peter Ferreira 10,896 31.26 -1.35 $55,530 Conservative Theresa Rodrigues 3,838 11.01 +0.21 $13,993 Green Wayne Scott 3,655 10.49 +6.79 $12,172 Canadian Action Wendy Forrest 172 0.49 +0.18 $723 Communist Miguel Figueroa 160 0.46 +0.02 $432 Animal Alliance Simon Luisi 92 0.26 $957 MarxistLeninist Sarah Thompson 87 0.25 -0.01 Total valid votes/Expense limit 34,853 100.00 $79,438 Total rejected ballots 245 0.70 +0.09 Turnout 35,098 53.03 -7.58
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2006 Canadian federal election: Davenport Party Candidate Votes % % Liberal Mario Silva 20,172 51.87 +1.18 New Democratic Gord Perks 12,681 32.61 -1.52 Conservative Theresa Rodrigues 4,202 10.80 +1.50 Green Mark O'Brien 1,440 3.70 -0.48 Communist Miguel Figueroa 172 0.44 +0.03 Canadian Action Wendy Forrest 122 0.31 +0.02 MarxistLeninist Sarah Thompson 103 0.26 +0.02 Total valid votes 38,892 100.00 Total rejected ballots 240 0.61 -0.22 Turnout 39,132 60.61 +7.72 Elections Canada, Riding of Davenport, Electoral District 35015. 2004 federal election: BeachesEast York Party Candidate Votes % Expenditures Liberal (x)Maria Minna 22,494 47.93 $70,615.94 New Democratic Party Peter Tabuns 15,156 32.29 $55,897.43 Conservative Nick Nikopoulos 6,603 14.07 $21,870.38 Green Peter Davison 2,127 4.53 $231.75 Marijuana Daniel Dufresne 365 0.78 $0.00 Ind. (Global Party) Edward Slota 80 0.17 $408.47 Communist Miguel Figueroa 62 0.13 $490.30 Marxist-Leninist Roger Carter 46 0.10 $15.53 Total valid votes 46,933 100.00 Total rejected ballots 204 Turnout 47,137 64.02 1993 federal election: ParkdaleHigh Park Party Candidate Votes % Liberal (x)Jesse Flis 22,358 54.36 Reform Lee Primeau 6,647 16.16 Progressive Conservative Don Baker 5,668 13.78 New Democratic Party David Miller 3,855 9.37 National Stephen A. Biega 1,320 3.21 Green Richard Roy 430 1.05 Natural Law Wanda Beaver 371 0.90 Libertarian Haig Baronikian 264 0.64 Ind. (Communist) Miguel Figueroa 105 0.26 Abolitionist Thomas Earl Pennington 60 0.15 Marxist-Leninist Andre Vachon 53 0.13 Total valid votes 41,131 100.00 Rejected, unmarked and declined ballots 416 Turnout 41,547 66.37

References

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External links

  • How the Communist Party changed Canadian elections forever, This Magazine - includes a profile of Figueroa.
  • A Short Biography of Miguel Figueroa at the Communist Party of Canada website
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2006 Canadian federal election
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  • Christian Heritage (Ron Gray, candidates)
  • Communist (Miguel Figueroa, candidates)
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  • Libertarian (Jean-Serge Brisson, candidates)
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  • Outgoing: Liberal majority
  • Result: Liberal minority
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  • Christian Heritage (Ron Gray, candidates)
  • Communist (Miguel Figueroa, candidates)
  • Conservative (Stephen Harper, candidates)
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  • Marijuana (Marc-Boris St-Maurice, candidates)
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2000 Canadian federal election
  • Outgoing: Liberal majority
  • Result: Liberal majority
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  • Canadian Action (Paul Hellyer, candidates)
  • Canadian Alliance (Stockwell Day, candidates)
  • Christian Heritage (de-registered, candidates)
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Miguel Trillo-Figueroa Spectra,
Unrevealed Cube 4X4,
Wrapped In Mystery,
T-Trix,
Evil I Did Dwell Lewd Did I Live,
Escher Without Wings,
Shaded Figures,
Solitude,
Light And Shadows.

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David Apellaniz (Cello), Magdalena Llamas (Mezzo-Soprano),

Newmas Ensemble, Henri Alexandre Schnieper

Kmh Symphony Orchestra, Shi Yeon Sung

LEnsemble Arsenale, Jeffrey Means

Goteborg Wind Orchestra, B. Tommy Andersson

Sonanza, Jan Risberg.

With an impressive and cosmopolitan musical training in his native Sweden, and consolidated artistic grounding of international relevance, Miguel Trillo-Figueroa is unquestionably among the most significant composers of the last decade. Influenced from the very outset of his career by the creative thinking of Iannis Xenakis, Trillo conceives music, in Tomas Marcos words, as a formal exercise with architectonic and mathematic bases, yet also as a game in the noblest sense of the word. Particularly interested in structures, the result of his fathers profession, like Xenakis an architect, Trillo-Figueroas work is offered as a splendid example of absolute inspiration where the initial stylistic influences and affinities are translated into an artistic language which is his own, pure, absolutely renewing and brilliant.

There are nine works in all on this compact disc, all recently composed and, as made clear in the introductory notes, distributed in an order according to more purely musical than chronological criteria. It would be difficult to highlight some above others, all of them equally bearing witness to the composers artistic excellence, although perhaps Spectra, which opens the recording, composed in 2006, the only work in the programme for large orchestra is, given its scale and careful writing, an excellent compendium of Miguel Trillo-Figueroas virtues and achievements.

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