Piano and chamber music composer. Publisher of own music through Truluck Music.com.
I compose both small and large scale works for vocal and instrumental groups....approximately 300 songs, 15 collections of piano works including 154 solo piano works in Spanish rhythms, works for flute, oboe, cello, clarinet, organ, full orchestra, 1 piano concerto & a full opera. Have composed for the commercial market and films.
1977-78 - Fulbright Fellowship (London)1978 - Ph.D. University of California Santa Barbara 1982 - "Elliott Carter's Duo for Violin and Piano." Perspectives of New Music 20 (1981-82):149-682000 - Southwest Chamber Music "Composer Portrait Series" CD. Cambria Master Records 8805 - 2016 "Elliott Carter's Visit to the University of California Santa Barbara". Elliott Carter Studies, http://studies.elliottcarter.org/volume01/index.html
Classical, composing for Orchestral and choral.Conductor of Lyric Symphony Orchestra.Professor of MusicPhD in Music Theory from USC 1995
I compose mostly chamber music. Further interests include strategies for improvisation . I am an Associate Professor at CSU Dominguez Hills in Carson, CA Willing to volunteer for a range of duties.
classical guitarist/classical mandolinist/composer
Classical music and movies
Please contact me if you have any questions about my music.
My professional history has largely been that of a rock musician. More recently I've become an active music director and composer for live theater and events. I am currently developing an original musical and writing chamber music. Clerical, administrative, promotional. Wherever I can donate my time. Much of my work experience has been in event coordination, so I know my way around that.
Eric Pham is a performing composer who received his Bachelor's Degree in Music Production from Cal Poly Pomona and his Master of Music in Composition from The Bob Cole Conservatory of Music at CSULB.
Published composer, working in commercial, pop, and sacred choral.
piano performance, composition
Composition, Piano Performance
I am actively composing music mainly for small ensembles. I am interested in promoting live performances, especially for small audiences in small, non-traditional venues.
Hainu Tan's musical style emanating from the interstices of eastern and western cultures that creates an irresistible and engrossing global conversation. Critically acclaimed for a “descriptive and highly innovative” musical voice by the Portland Press Herald, Tan’s musical canon includes the artful and imaginative melding of xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, and cymbals in her acclaimed “Hunting Fireflies”; flute, clarinet, violin, cello, and piano in the entrancing “Sound of Wind”; trumpet and trombone in the inspirational “Ballade pour L'Agneau”; orchestral work in the monumental and spectacular “Rhapsody in Red” from her extensive list of compositions, which may well soon be lauded as contemporary classics. Her works included herein merits not just listeners’ attention but their immersion into Tan’s unique musical milieu, for an experience praised by The American Prize as “virtuosic.” She studied under professor Samuel Adler of The Juilliard School of Music at the Freie Universität Berlin, earned a Master of Music degree from the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston and a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Central Conservatory of Music in Beijing.
I favor new symphonic music that leans towards the accessible. My pieces have won the Pittsburgh Symphony's 2014 Audience of the Future Composition Competition, and also the 2016 Keuris Composers Competition (second place - youth symphony division). I'm a big champion of youth orchestras.