Chi Him Chik and Ying-Ting Lin

Chi Him Chik is an active performer and improviser from Hong Kong. Graduated from Bowling Green State University, under the direction of Dr. John Sampen, Chi Him is now pursuing his master’s degree at The University of Missouri Kansas City with Professor Zach Shemon. Chi Him is the first Hong Kong saxophonist to advance into the semi-final round in the Jean-Marie Londeix International Saxophone Competition. He is also the prizewinner of the 48th Annual Bowling Green State University Competition in Music Performance, the 55th Annual Lima Symphony Orchestra Young Artists Competition, and the 2015 and 2016 Douglas Wayland Chamber Music Competition. As an advocate of new music, he has performed in many different countries and has premiered a number of works by composers including Dai Fujikura, Mikel Kuehn, James Mobberley, Narong Prangcharoen, and more. Lin Ying-Ting is a Taiwanese composer who explores unique timbre qualities of both acoustic and electronic music. Active as a composer and pianist, Ying-Ting's music has been awarded several honors and awards, including the Studying Abroad Fellowship from the Ministry of Education in Taiwan, the IAWM Pauline Oliveros Prize, the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan competition, the Taiwan National Ministry of Education Composition Award, and the Chai Found Chinese Musical Instruments Competition. After graduating from the National Taiwan Normal University, she is currently in pursuit of a DMA degree at UMKC, studying with Chen Yi, Zhou Long and Paul Rudy.

Chi Him Chik, saxophone
Ying-Ting Lin, electronics


  • Jul 11 2018

    Chi Him Chik and Ying-Ting Lin


    Ying-Ting Lin (1986): Pilgrimage (premiere performance)

    Chi Him Chik (1986): Into the SOUND for 2 saxophones and implanted electronics

    STUDENT CENTER Theatre &TD Semicircular Hall Savska cesta 25