Chin Ting Chan:
Chin Ting Chan | Photo: Chin Ting Chan Chin Ting Chan (born in 1986), Hong Kong composer based in the United States, holds a D.M.A. degree from the University of Missouri–Kansas City and degrees from Bowling Green State University and San José State University. He has been a fellow and guest composer at festivals such as IRCAM's ManiFeste (Paris, France, 2013 and 2018), the ISCM World Music Days Festival (Tongyeong, South Korea, 2016) and the UNESCO International Rostrum of Composers (Tallinn, Estonia, 2015). Chan has worked with ensembles such as the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, Ensemble InterContemporain, ensemble mise-en, Ensemble Signal, the US sextet Eighth Blackbird, and the Mivos Quartet, giving performances in more than twenty countries. In addition to the American Prize (2013), he has won many other awards and commissions, including from the ASCAP, Association for the Promotion of New Music, the Charlotte Street Foundation, the EAR Classical, Foundation for Modern Music, the Hong Kong Composers' Guild, the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music, the Interdisciplinary Festival for Music and Sound Art – Shut Up and Listen!, the Lin Yao Ji Music Foundation of China, the Music Teachers National Association, newEar, the New-Music Consortium, the Soli fan tutti Composition Prize, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and the WOCMAT International Phil Winsor Computer Music Competition. He is an Assistant Professor of Music Composition at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana.