Chilean composer Jorge Aliaga began studying piano at the Conservatory of Music Izidor Handler of Viņa del Mar, continuing his training at the Catholic University of Valparaiso where he obtained the degree of Bachelor of Arts and Music. He later travelled to France for further studies through a degree in film music composition at the "Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris / Alfred Cortot", for a period of two years. Parallelly attended classes with Patrice Mestral Orchestration and Conducting with Dominique Rouits. His works are characterized by his constant exploring of sensitivly blending meaningful emotional narrative, with music that can enhance both gestural and filmic image. He has worked in various art mediums, such as film, television, dance, theater, and performed on demand and author. He recently won the Jerry Goldsmith Award for "Best Music in Advertising" for his work for Corporation "La Esperanza" filmed by Boris Peters Leal, as well as the award for "Best Composer 2011", both awards given in the framework of the 7th Festival Film Music, City of Ubeda, Spain 2011.