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Traditional? Avant-Garde? Composer Writes Music to Connect People

Composer JunYi Chow shares what writing music means to him; where he gets inspiration from; and why he is passionate about creating music. For more unique stories of musicians in New York City, subscribe here: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvRMvmxV3k7DeQyMmjRhl6g?sub_confirmation=1

As a multidisciplinary #composer #conductor, JunYi also plays the piano and cello, and does research as a musicologist. Before he gets on stage to conduct at the Kaufman Music Center in New York City, he tells us what’s important to him in his compositions and what creating music means to him.

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Music used:
- "One Night in Beijing" (北京一夜) by Bobby Chen (陳昇), arranged by JunYi Chow
Performed by The Chinese Music Ensemble of New York
- "Princess Mononoke" by Joe Hisaishi, arranged by JunYi Chow
Performed by Jivan Ramesh (cello), Cong Liu (guzheng), Suhasna Liyanaarachchi (erhu)

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