Mei-Fang Lin

She has received awards for her compositions from Pierre Schaeffer Competition in Italy (Third Prize in 2002), Concours International de Musique Electroacoustiques, Bourges in France (Residence Prize in 2001), SCI/ASCAP Student Commission Competition in US (Winner in 2001), Concorso Internazionale Luigi Russolo in Italy (Honorary Mention in 2001), Prix SCRIME in France (First Prize in 2000), National Association of Composers, USA Competition (First Prize in 2000), 21st Century Piano Commission Competition in US (Winner in 1999), Music Taipei Composition Competition in Taiwan (Honorary Mention in 1998, Special Prize in 1997). Her works have received numerous performances and broadcast in the United States, Europe, and Asia. She is also very active as a pianist.

Internal Landscape was finished at the University of Illinois in 2000, and won the first prize in the acousmatic music composition competition “Prix SCRIME 2000” in Bordeaux, France. Mei-Fang Lin got her M.A. in composition from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She is currently a doctoral composition student at the University of California at Berkeley. She has studied with Edmund Campion, Guy Garnett, Scott Wyatt, Sever Tipei, and Zack Browning.