Composer, researcher, and educator

It couldn’t be more than a norm that someone would start applying for the academic position once a Ph.D. degree is granted.  But when I was offered the one-year visiting professor position from Reed College in Portland Oregon, I knew, it is very meaningful and special at many levels. I will be teaching music theory and analysis, […]

My new season 2015-2016 started with drafting a script of a play for a musical theater. When creativity engages with research on the psychic dynamic of the characters, historical context, style of the literature, and thoughts on many other modalities of a production, it feels quite like a more vibrant experience. A human character comes […]

Thank you friends and supporters. I am so happy to announce that “Spell” (aka. Ling, 凌), for solo alto saxophone, composed for Chun-Hao Ku in 2009, is included in the saxophone repertoire “Londeix Guide To The Saxophone Repertoire, 1844-2012” edited by Jean-Marie Londeix (2012, Bordeaux, France). Now, should I have a publisher? Feeling really proud […]