Dr. Pang Chun-‐ting Brooklyn, NY 11235 email@example.com
University at Buffalo (Buffalo, NY) September 2008 to -‐ Ph.D. in Music Composition June 2015 -‐ Composition studies with Dr. David Felder -‐ Dissertation: Living Dust for 12 Musicians, performed and recorded by Slee Sinfonietta on the support of Dissertation Fellowship.
New England Conservatory (Boston, MA) September 2006 to -‐ M.M. in Composition June 2008 -‐ Composition studies with Prof. Malcolm C. Peyton and Dr. John P. Mallia,
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Hong Kong) September 2005 to -‐ Professional Diploma in Composition June 2006 -‐ Composition studies with Prof. Law Wing-‐fai
September 2002 to -‐ B.M. in Composition and Electronic Music June 2005 -‐ Composition studies with Prof. Law Wing-‐fai and Prof. Mak Wai-‐chu
Honors and Awards
-‐ Commission by Leah Asher and Chris Goddard. (Violin and piano) -‐ Honorable Mention at Live! International Call for Scores by mdi Ensemble (Italy). -‐ Commission by Chen Yu-‐fang, premiered during Thailand International Composition Festival 2017. (Violin solo) -‐ Commission for SMP Ensemble, premiered in Wellington, New Zealand. (Guitar and double bass)
-‐ Commission by Formosa Trio to be premiered in World Harp Congress 2017. (Flute, harp and viola) -‐ Commission by Tsai Pei-‐lun and Chen Yu-‐fang, premiered and recorded in Hong Kong in December 2016. (Clarinet and violin) -‐ Winner of Castle of Our Skins Annual Call for Proposals to compose a new string quartet premiered in Spring 2017.
Commission by Fiona Foo Pui-‐Yee and Thierry Miroglio, premiered and recorded during Hong Kong International Percussion Convention. (Percussion duo)
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Fellow at Composers Conference at Wellesley College (Wellesley, MA) Invited composer in Sävellyspaja 2014, Porvoo, Finland Vocalize the Voicelessness selected by Mise-‐en Festival, (New York, NY) Dissertation Fellowship, merit-‐based fellowship, University at Buffalo As Snow selected to represent Hong Kong during 2014 International Rostrum of Composers of UNESCO