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Jin, Ping - M - United States of America 

 
 

 

Biography

Ping Jin is currently a composition professor at China Conservatory in Beijing. Prior to his return to China in 2008, he was a tenured professor and Director of the Theory and Composition Program at the State University of New York at New Paltz. He is on the board of Society for New Music, and served as its President from 1998 to 2002.He has been Music Director for MUSICACOUSTICA-BEIJING, an international electronic music festival since 2008.

Ping Jin’s music has been commissioned and performed by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, China National Centre for the Performing Arts Orchestra, EarPlay, Bang On A Can, Newstead Trio, and Trio Clavino. His The Happiness of the Snowflakes won the first prize at the national art song composition contest in China. He received an award from the New York State Council on the Arts for his sextetYangtze! Yangtze! (2002). His music for sheng and Chinese instrument ensemble won China’s Golden Bell Prize in Composition in 2007.

The recent performances of Ping Jin’s music include Simhavaktra Dakini, an orchestra work commissioned by Beijing Modern Music Festival and premiered at the National Centre for the Performing Arts in 2014. His interactive work A Reflection in the Brook, for a female dancer, solo violin and computer, was performed at Shanghai Concert Hall in 2013. His intermedia installation Ripples was presented at the Central Conservatory of Music in 2012 by the Beijing Modern Music Festival.His Piano Trio was premiered in Vienna in 2012 by the US based Trio Clavino.

Ping Jin was born in China. He studied composition at the Central Conservatory of Music. In 1990 he went to the United States to study composition at Syracuse University and the University of Cincinnati’s College-Conservatory of Music, where he received his doctorate.

 

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