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USF Composition in Asia International Symposium and Festival

January 22-25, 2015

With this Symposium and Festival, the University of South Florida College of The Arts, School of Music, celebrates the advent of composition throughout Asia since the beginning of the twentieth century. We hope to focus on composers and the concept of composition in China, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, India, Central Asia, Russia, the Middle East, and other portions of the Asian continent through a combination of scholarly paper sessions, presentations by composers, and concerts. Of the applicants whose proposals have been accepted, there will be 11 composer presentations,  9 research papers, 3 concerts, and presentations by the following keynote speakers from Asia and North America:

Kyong Mee Choi, Associate Professor of Composition, Roosevelt University, Chicago.

Kim Eunhye, Professor of Composition, Suwon University, South Korea.

Wan-ki (Wendy) Lee, Associate Professor of Composition, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chihchun Chi-sun Lee (Taiwan), invited professor, Ewha Womans University, South Korea.

Hon-Lun (Helan) Yang, Professor of Musicology, Hong Kong Baptist University.

All presenters must register for the conference (see Fees & Registration).