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Manjing Zhang(b1991) is a Chinese composer and pianist currently based in Xi'an, China.
She is currently teaching at Xi'an Conservatory of Music. She holds degrees from Central Conservatory of Music(Beijing, China) (BM ‘15), Carnegie Mellon University (MM‘18), and the University of Minnesota (PhD ‘21). She also taught at the University of Minnesota as a teaching assistant from 2019 to 2021. Her primary mentors are Xiaogang Ye, Shuai Zhang, Wenchen Qin, Alex Lubet, and Reza Vali.
She has been featured by Beijing Modern Music Festival, Chinese-ASEAN Music Festival, Space City New Music Festival, Digital Discovery Festival, Downtown Brooklyn Chamber Music Festival, NYC Contemporary Music Symposium’s concert, and Music by Women Composers.
Her music has been performed by a wide range of performers such as Huang Yameng, Gao Can, Yang Xiaoyong, Xie Haoming, Ian Rosenbaum, Stephen Gosling, Oran Etkin, Baron Fenwick, and others. She has worked with ensembles including Ensemble for These Times, National Sawdust Ensemble, and Tacet(i) ensemble. Her scores are published by BabelScores.
Chamber Group ( 2 - 4 instruments )
Dance of the Drums for Clarinet in Bb, Marimba and Piano (2020)
Piano Trio for violin, cello and piano (2014)
Piano Trio (2013-2014) For violin, cello and piano (2014)
Chang'an for Orchestra (2018)
Solo Voice and Accompaniment
Shui long yin for Tenor and Piano (2010)