Ashley Fu-Tsun Wang

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Ashley Fu-Tsun Wang is a Taiwanese composer whose work draws on her eclectic musical palette, ranging from Western and non-Western classics to jazz and pop. She seeks to capture the transience of momentary beauty and individual identity through the juxtaposition of musical oppositions and through constant transformation and flow, revealing complexity within simplicity.
Ms. Wang’s music has been performed across North America, Europe, and Asia at venues including Carnegie Hall, Atlantic Center for the Arts, Aspen Music Festival, MASS MoCA, Logos Foundation, Herz Jesu-Kirche, Kitara Hall, and Hong Kong Arts Centre. She has collaborated with performers such as Le Nouvel Ensemble Moderne, Brooklyn Rider String Quartet, MIVOS Quartet, conductors David Gilbert, Brad Lubman, Paul Chiang, and visual artists Alice Grassi and Takeshi Moro.

Recent honors include the Yvar Mikhashoff Trust for New Music competition, 21st century piano commission, Look and Listen Festival Composition Prize, an Encore Grant from the American Composers Forum, a Composer Assistance Program of New Music USA Award, among others. Her music can be heard on the ArpaViva Foundation Inc label, WQXR, and WNYC.
Ordered by year. Most recent works appears first

Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )

Antares Falling (2012)
Lost Touch With Oneself (2010)
Retrogradable Dilution (2009)

Chamber Ensemble (5 - 9 instruments)

At the Sheerest Threshold of Ecstasy (2012)

Solo Instrument

Current (2011)
Intimate Rejection (2008)

Ensemble (10 - 19 instruments)

Parallel Universe (2010)