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Diana Soh

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Diana Soh (b. 1984) is a young Singaporean composer whose musical interest is currently directed at exploring performance interactivity. Her music tends to be characterized by interruptive oppositions between surface activities and passivity.
Her music has been performed in venues as varied as Takefu International Festival (JAP), LSO St. Luke’s (UK), Royaumont (FR), Acanthes (FR), Donaueschinger Musiktager (GER), June in Buffalo (US), Unerhörte Musik series (GER) as well as throughout Singapore and New York. Her music has also been broadcasted recently on the BBC Radio 3.
She has had the good fortune of working with musicians such as James Avery, Magnus Andersson, NEO Norbotten, Tony Arnold, Berlin Piano and Percussion, New York New Music
Ensemble, the Arditti Quartet, and the SYC Ensemble Singers. She is currently working towards her PhD at the University at Buffalo under the tutelage of David Felder. She is employed by the Center for 21st Century Music in Buffalo New York and aids in the organization of concert events.