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- 專長 / 創作(劇本、作曲)
作品《WO》曾受邀2015年菲律賓曲盟(Asian Composers League, ACL)音樂節委託創作；《C.V.A.D》榮獲2014年東京曲盟(ACL)音樂節青年作曲獎首獎；《風林火山》分別入選2014年國際當代音樂學會(International Society for Contemporary Music, ISCM)波蘭音樂節以及2013年臺灣曲盟(ACL)音樂會；《太空之詩》入選2012年臺北現代音樂節。
《憶流》分別於2013、2012年入選新加坡曲盟(ACL)以及榮獲臺灣音樂中心國際作曲大賽優選作品；2012年《焰》入選國際電腦音樂研討會聲音藝廊(International Computer Music Workshop Sound Gallery)；2010年曾於國立臺灣藝術大學福州廳舉辦個人首場作品發表《振翅》。
CHAO Li-wei (1988)
Chao Li-wei is a Taiwanese composer born in Kaohsiung in 1988. He began piano lessons at the age of 5, took up composition at the age of 16, and went on to study with noted musicians Huang Ssu-yu, Chiang Yi-cheng, Wang Sue-ya, and Lee Tzyy-sheng.
He completed a Bachelor’s degree in composition at the Music Department of National Taiwan University of the Arts in 2009, and received his Master’s degree at the Institute of Music at National Chiao Tung University in 2013. He is currently pursuing his Doctor of Musical Arts at Taipei National University of the Arts under the tutelage of Ma Ting-yi.
During his undergraduate years, Chao was introduced to audiovisual production, dance, and music recording, and he began experimenting with these elements in his music during graduate school. He also studied guqin with noted guqin player Lee Feng, seeking inspiration from traditional Chinese music in his path towards contemporary music composition.
He was commissioned to produce WO by the 2015 Asian Composers League (ACL) Conference and Festival in the Philippines, and captured First Prize in the 2014 ACL Young Composers Awards in Tokyo.
Chao’s composition Wind, Forest, Fire, Mountain was part ofthe official selection both at the 2014 International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) Concert in Poland, and the 2013 annual concert held by the ACL society in Taiwan. His Space Poem wasalso performed as part of the 2012 Taipei International New Music Festival.
His earlier accolades include being shortlisted for the Taiwan Music Center’s 2012 International Composition Competition for Flow of Memories, which was performed a year later at the 2013 ACL Conference and Festival in Singapore.
Other public performances include Flame at the 2012 International Computer Music Workshop Sound Gallery and Spreading of Wings at the National Taiwan University of the Arts in 2010.
Chao is currently anactive participant in local and international music forums and composition master classes,and enjoys attending music festivals and concerts. He is now a full member ofthe ACL and ISCM, and works as a music instructor at Ci-Xin Waldorf Senior High School in Yilan County.