Performance 2020-2022


March 3, 4, 5

2022  7:30 pm

San Francisco, C.A.

Song of the Flaming Phoenix 火凤凰的笙音

for Sheng and Orchestra (World Premier)

Commissioned by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and League of American Orchestras with funds from the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation. 

Esa-Pekka Salonen, Conductor 

Wu Wei, Sheng





Date TBA



New Work for Solo Harp

(Commissioned by Intersection LISTEN project funded by the National Endowment for the Arts)



Intersection’s LISTEN project is a multi-year initiative celebrating the voices of female-identifying, non-binary or gender non-conforming composers.   25 composers will be commissioned and paired with Intersection musicians to create new, original, solo works designed for young audiences.  

Kirsten Agresta Copely, Solo Harp



September 24

2021  8:00 pm

Jelenia Góra, Poland


Noir for Orchestra


Conducted by Boian Videnoff

Performed by the Lower Silesian Philharmonic (Polish Premiere)


February 22,

2021  8:00 pm

digital recital with the Cincinnati Song Initiative


Lullaby 摇篮曲 for Soprano, Cello and Piano

Support by the Aural Compass Projects, mezzo soprano Fleur Barron and pianist, Myra Huang are invited to give a digital recital with the Cincinnati Song Initiative.


The program is titled "On Belonging", which 'explores the diverse performers, composers and poets experiences of living in the Far East and the West, navigating issues of "culture shock" and cultural differences, the Expat and immigrant experience, creating identity and "home" etc. as we explore what Belonging in fact means to all of us.' 

Fleur Barron, Mezzo Soprano

Myra Huang, Piano

Aaron Wolff, Cello




February 15

2021  7:00 pm

The Athenaeum Music & Arts Library

San Diego, CA


That Raindrops Have Hasted the Falling Flowers 被雨滴催落的花儿 for Piano and Toy Piano

(In Memory of Steven Stucky)

Performed by Grammy and Emmy Award-winning pianist GLORIA CHENG. The concert is livestreamed to YouTube Live from the Athenaeum’s Joan and Irwin Jacobs Music Room. 

GLORIA CHENG, Piano & Toy Piano


February 12,

2021  6:00 pm

American Philosophical Society


Lullaby 摇篮曲 for Soprano, Cello and Piano

Lauded as a “charismatic star” by the Boston Globe, Fleur Barron makes her PCMS debut with a pianist near and dear to the Society in Julius Drake. The British-Singaporean mezzo has put together an evening of songs that speak to her and her heritage in a very personal way and that concludes with a special guest artist collaboration. Cellist Thapelo Masita is completing his studies at Juilliard and appears as part of MOMENTUM: Our Future, Now, an initiative driven by leading international artists supporting younger professional colleagues in the first substantial phase of their career.

Fleur Barron, Mezzo Soprano

Julius Drake, Piano

Thapelo Masita, Cello




January 28

2021  8:00 pm




Noir for Orchestra

Conducted by Joseph Young

Performed by the Berkeley Symphony Orchestra as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration


June 04

2020  7:00 pm

Mannheimer Philharmoniker



AQUA 水蓝色 for Orchestra

Conducted by Boian Videnoff

Composer-in-Residence with the Mannheimer Philharmoniker's 2019-2020 Season to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the orchestra