Compositions for Orchestra

Wind on Earth (2007–2008) – for pipe organ and Chinese national instrument orchestra. Duration: ca ~16’                                                                                    

  • Commissioned by the Grant National Theatre of China and Chinese National Orchestra
  • Performer: Shan Fan Xiou resident organist and Chinese National Orchestra as part of celebration of grand opening year of the new National Theatre
  • February 1, 2008, National Theatre in Beijing. China (world première)

Spring (July 2007) – for Strings (string orchestra version). Duration ca ~8

  • Written for the 24th Festival de Musica de Canarias, 2008
  • Performer: Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife, Spain, Conductor: Jia Liu
  • January 25, 2008, the 24th Festival de Musica de Canarias, Spain (world première)

Spring Night of Moon, Flower at Riverside (2004) – for dulcimer and chamber orchestra. Duration ca. 7’

  • Commissioned by Mission Chamber Orchestra
  • Performer: Mission Chamber Orchestra, Conductor: Emily Ray, Dulcimer: Yangqin Zhao
  • Bergen to Beijing, Le Petit Trianon theatre, November 6, 2004, San Jose, CA (world première)

Invisible Scene I  (1994)for string orchestra. Duration: ca. 7’30”

  • Performed by the Windsor Symphony Orchestra, with conductor Susan Haig
  • November 7, 1994, in Toronto, Canada (world première)

Imperial Queen Yang (1989–90 co-composer) – for 3-act ballet for orchestra. Duration: 100’00”

Zhang Jing Tang (1988) – for Orchestra. Duration: ca. 14’00”

  • Performer: Youth Symphony Orchestra of China and Beijing Dance Institute. Conductor: Jia Liu
  • Commissioned by Beijing Dance Institute
  • Winner (1 of 3) of 1988 National Dance and Music award, Beijing China
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