exploring the possibilities of sonic phenomena through the live generation of music, working within the realms of free and structured improvisations
jasmin win-yin leung / 梁詠然 (dec. 1994) is an asian-australian composer, erhu player and improviser. she has written for orchestras, new music ensembles, theatre, ballet and runs her own discipline generating situational music in brisbane, australia.
a graduate of the queensland conservatorium of music, her honours thesis investigated the process of creating intercultural situational structured improvisations in china and australia.
she has studied with erik griswold, gerardo dirie, gerard brophy and uros rojko. in 2015 she was awarded the prestigious silver harris and jeff peck composition prize.