Works performed by Earplay:


Mei-Fang Lin is currently a visiting professor in composition at the University of Illinois at Urbana - Champaign. She received her doctoral degree from the University of California at Berkeley in 2007 where she had studied with Edmund Campion. She was awarded a Frank Huntington Beebe Fund from Boston and the George Ladd Paris Prize from UC Berkeley to study with composer Philippe Leroux in Paris during 2002-2005. She was also selected by the IRCAM reading panel to pursue the one-year computer music course "Cursus de Composition" at IRCAM in Paris during 2003-2004.

Major awards include those from the Seoul International Competition for Composers, Bourges Competition (France), American Music Center, Look & Listen Festival Prize (U.S.), Pierre Schaeffer Competition (Italy), SCI/ASCAP Student Commission Competition in (U.S.), Luigi Russolo Competition (Italy), Prix SCRIME (France), National Association of Composers, (U.S.), 21st Century Piano Commission Competition (U.S.), and the Music Taipei Composition Competition.

[from program for March 2, 2009 concert]