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Hung, Chris 

Chris Hung



Chris Hung established himself as one of the most notable Hong Kong composers of the younger generation. In 2009, he received the Doctoral degree in Composition (DMus) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong under the tutorlege of Prof. Chan Wing Wah and Prof. Victor Chan.

His approximate 70 creative outputs include nearly ten large-scale Western and Chinese orchestral works and other chamber works. Hung’s compositions have enjoyed premieres over twenty countries including United States, Finland and Japan etc.

Hung’s music is characterized by its refined and carefully arranged kaleidoscopic details, often displaying a rich but clear fabric in a type of ordered chaos merging from the East and West.

His recent accolades include First Prizes of the 32nd ALEA III International Composition Competition 2016 (Boston, USA) and “Sofia 2013” International Composition Competition. Second Prize in Poznan International Composers' Competition; Finalist comprises 2016 EarShot: China – U.S. Composers Project Emerging Composers Competition, 2015 SCO International Competition for Chinese Orchestral Composition, International Jean Sibelius Composition Competition etc.

His works were featured at the international festivals, such as 2017 International Contemporary Music Festival "Present of Orchestral Asia" in Japan, 29th Music Biennale Zagreb 2017, 2016 Beijing Modern Music Festival, 2015 ISCM World Music Days Slovenia, 2010 Darmstadt Summer Course etc. He was Hong Kong delegate of 2018 International Rostrum of Composers held in Budapest, Hungary.

Hung has collaborated with many orchestras and ensembles, such as Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, Singapore Chinese Orchestra, EOS Repertoire Orchestra and Sofia Soloists Chamber Orchestra etc. Part of Dr. Hung’s music score is published by French publisher BabelScores.

Dr. Hung currently serves as Council Director of Hong Kong Composers' Guild. He currently serves as Instructor at the LiPACE, Open University of Hong Kong and SCE, Hong Kong Baptist University.






Works in ISCM catalogue



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