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- 專長 / 創作(劇本、作曲)
2015年獲日本作曲家中野浩二(Koji Nakano)邀請，赴泰國東方大學(Burapha University)參與國際音樂表演藝術節(Music and Performing Art International Festival)，並與來自各地的作曲家共同為泰國傳統樂器譜曲，音樂節期間所創作的六重奏作品《藍月遊(Wandering in the Blue Moon)》獲得觀眾一致好評。
2013年聲樂室內樂作《品悠悠長眠 (A Long, Long Sleep)》於臺北現代音樂節演出，著名鋼琴家陳必先教授曾對該作品表示極大的讚賞。 2011年以鋼琴獨奏作品《沉默之聲》獲選2011 臺灣音樂館國際作曲大賽西洋樂器獨奏類作品，次年於東吳大學松怡廳公開演出；此曲亦受美國鋼琴家林恩・雷勵(Lynn Raley)青睞，於2013年的巡迴演奏會「臺灣當代鋼琴作品獨奏會」中親自詮釋演出。
LEE Chi-tien (1987)
Lee Chi-tien is a Taiwanese composer born in Taichung City in 1987. An alumnus of National Cingshuei Senior High School and National Taiwan Normal University, she began studying compositionduring high school and received instructions from Lee Tzyy-sheng, Chao Ching-wen, Ko Fang-lung, and Hsiung Tse-min.
She is currently pursuing a Master’s degree at the Institute of Music at National Chiao Tung University, and serves as an instructor on music theory and composition at her alma mater, Cingshuei Senior High School.
Her accolades include First Prize for percussion duet Yao Ming in the Young Composers Award organized by the Asia Composers League (ACL) in 2013, and she was subsequently commissioned by the ACL to produce a string quartet. The resulting work, String Quartet No. 1 After Reading Ryunosuke Akutagawa’s Hell Screen, premiered in Yokohama in 2014.
In 2015, she was invited by Japanese composer Koji Nakano to become resident composer at the 2015 Music and Performing Art International Festival hosted by Burapha University in Thailand. During the festival, she composed Wandering in the Blue Moon, a sextet for traditional Thai instruments.
In 2013, her chamber music piece A Long Long Sleep received high praise from noted pianist Chen Pi-hsien after it was performed at the 2013 Taipei International New Music Festival.
In 2011, Lee’s piano solo Sound of Silence won the International Composition Prize from the Taiwan Music Center, and it was performed at Soochow University in the following year. Sound of Silence was also performed by American pianist Lynn Raley during his 2013 concert tour of Taiwan.
Chen finds inspirationin literature, often combining literary scenes with electronic music, spectral music (spectralism), and Asian music to compose vivid, dramatic, and textural pieces. Her compositions are characterized by detailed elements and unique aesthetics.