“A Withering Sunflower with Uneven Legs” for Chinese flute in C and 14 musicians performed at the Cafe MoMus concert by the CCM (College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati) New Music Ensemble under the baton of AikKhai Pung. (9/15/2015)


 

Premiere of “…one gallon of tears…” at the University of Maryland, College Park by Yeji Oh and Cristian Dohler Rodas. (4/16/2018)


 

The premiere of “Paradise of Birds” by the Dolce Suono Ensemble at the Field Concert Hall, Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia as part of the concert series “Debussy as Painter of Song” after winning the Dolce Suono Ensemble’s Young Composers Competition. (5/19/2013)


Performance of “Mimosa” for piccolo solo by Sheila Smail at University of Houston. (4/23/2012)


Performance of “Conversations between Wind and Water” for solo flute at Dance Studio, ’62 Center, Williams College, Williamstown, MA. Part of the I/O Fest 2012. (1/5/2012)


An interview as a composer and flutist in Bowling Green, Ohio. (2016)


Performance of “Snowflakes” for full orchestra at the Bowling Green State University New Music Festival by the BG Philharmonia. (10/18/2014)


Performance of “…the clock is ticking…” for string quartet by the Freya String Quartet at First United Methodist Church in Pittsburgh, PA. (10/11/2013)


Performance of “Poem Recitation” for Chinese flute in G at the Spoleto Festival USA. (6/5/2012)


Performance of “Prism” for brass quintet at University of Louisville. (11/16/2011)


Performance of “…timelessness…” for Chinese flute D and electronics by Chin at the Electroacoustic Barn Dance at the University of Mary Washington, Virginia. (11/11/2014)


Performance of “The Color of Harmony” for chamber orchestra by the Cleveland Chamber Symphony conducted by Steven Smith after winning the NeoSonicFest 2014 at Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory. (3/28 – 4/6/2014)


Performance of “Fable” by the Orkiestra Muzyki Nowej conducted by Szymon Bywalec at Brand New Music Festival in Katowice, Poland (12/10 – 12/14/2012)

 

About Hong-Da Chin

I am a composer and flutist. View all posts by Hong-Da Chin

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