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Composer of the Month March 2023: Yi-Ning Lo

Yi-Ning LoYi-Ning Lo, currently based in Rochester New York, is a composer, pianist, and educator from Taiwan. Throughout her career, she has found ample inspiration for both vocal and instrumental compositions from literature, ranging from western poems to ancient Chinese poetry and Japanese haikus. These vocal works include 'Into a Woman’s Lunacy', 'About Solitude', 'Blackmud', and 'The Tune of Ru Meng Ling'. Her current projects combine sounds, literature, and theatrical elements. In addition to vocal music, Lo has extensive experience writing instrumental and electronic music. One of her ensemble works, 'Woven Veins', won the Christine Clark/Theodore Front Prize in 2019. This piece was later broadcast on the radio show “Music of our Mothers”, and honored in the fall journal issued by the International Alliance for Women in Music. Lo finds great enjoyment in composing pieces based on the topics of womanhood, dream, and memory. She is currently pursuing a DMA degree in composition at the Eastman School of Music, where she studies with Carlos Sanchez-Gutierrez. She holds a MM degree at the Eastman School of Music and Bachelor of Fine Arts from National Taiwan Normal University.

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