Works performed by Earplay:

Stigmata

Vincent Chee-Yung Ho is a Canadian composer of orchestral, chamber and piano works that have been successfully performed in both North America and abroad. He is currently pursuing his DMA at the University of Southern California under the supervision of Stephen Hartke. His works have been performed by The Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, Arraymusic, The Arditti Quartet, The Composer’s Quartet, and the Land’s End Chamber Ensemble and have been featured at various festivals, including the Winnipeg New Music Festival, Festival of the Sound, the Markham Music Festival, the Massey Hall New Music Festival, the Strings of the Future, and the MATA New Music Festival. His many awards have included the Morton Gould Young Composer Award (ASCAP, 2004), four SOCAN Young Composers awards (Second Prize, 1999; Third Prize, 2001; two Second Prizes, 2004), and the Audience Prize from the Toronto New Music Festival (1999); he has also received prizes from the Strings of the Future, and the PEEL Music festivals (both 1999).

[from program for March 14, 2005 concert]

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