Peter S. Shin

Composer and Visual Artist


Photo by Brianna Park

Curriculum Vitae

PETER S. SHIN (b. 1991) is a Los Angeles-based composer. Highlights of his upcoming performances include the LA Phil's "Noon to Midnight" on November 18, 2017 at the Walt Disney Concert Hall through Kaleidoscope's Call for Scores, a Carnegie Hall premiere on May 27, 2018 with the New York Youth Symphony "First Music" Commission, a commission by John Adams and Deborah O'Grady for the 2018 Cabrillo Festival, a 2017-'18 Fulbright Research Grant to South Korea in order to compose an orchestral work at Seoul National University, and the 2017-’19 Berkeley Symphony/Music Alive Composer Fellowship. He is a recent winner of the 2017 Minnesota Orchestra Composer Institute, the 2017 New Jersey Symphony Orchestra Edward T. Cone Composition Institute, the graduate division of the 2017 SCI/ASCAP Student Composition Commission, the 2017 Aspen Music Festival fellowship, the 2017 Cohan Collective residency led by Robert Cohan of the Martha Graham Dance Company, and the 2017 USC Jimmy McHugh Endowed Composition Prize. Born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri, Peter received his master’s from the University of Southern California and his bachelor’s from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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Facebook: @seajong
YouTube: @PeterShin
SoundCloud: @shindiggitydog