Christina Liang Net Worth
Chi-Hui Liang or commonly known as Christina Liang was born on April 19, 1975 in Taipei, Taiwan, is a Composer, Music Department. Well, we’re here to silence all rumors – and highlight other bits of Christina Liang like net worth, marriage, age, and wiki-bio.
|Birthday||April 19, 1975|
|Known As||composer, music department|
What is Christina Liang Net worth & Salary.
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Chi-Hui (Christina) Liang, Golden Melody Award Winner and Nominee of Golden Bell Award. A composer with a very diverse musical background, Chi-Hui starts her music life with piano at age 6 and later picked up electone (electronic organ) at age 11. 1990-1993 she studied traditional Chinese music in her native Taiwan, specializing in Er-Hu performance.
Seeking to expand her musical horizons, she came to the USA where in 1999 she got her BA in piano performance from Cal State Fullerton. Her passion for film music then led her to the famous North Carolina School of the Arts where she got her MM in film scoring. While in North Carolina, she scored numerous critically acclaimed student films including, "Safe Zone", "Noble Chrome Pirates", "Get Outta Here", "Clean Up" and etc.
After her studies, she went back to Taiwan for a year where among other things, she scored an animated series for a local kids station ETTV and she arranged lounge music for the TMSK theme-restaurant in Shang-Hai.
In 2002 she returned to the US to further refine her film scoring skills at UCLA extension in Los Angeles. In 2003, she was working on the score of an animated short film called Story of a mother, a production by "Sleeping Hero" in NY. At the end of 2004, she's working on the score of a short Chinese martial art film "Young Master" in San Diego, a production by digital pickles.
In April of 2004, Chi-Hui released her personal EP album "Vita Eterna", that is featuring music in the style of progressive world/world fusion. The music is in style of combining Western instruments and exotic instrument. 2005, She collaborated with her fiancé Chris Bitoun, who's also a composer, in a LA production indie film "Dushi" for its score.
Spring of the same year, Chi-Hui was invited to give 2 speeches in National Taiwan University of Arts regarding film and multi-media scoring. Fall of the 2005, she was hired back to NTUA to teach both Anatomy of film scoring and multi-media scoring.
During the stay of teaching in Taipei, Chi-Hui has scored several commercials including Wacoal Bra, Misubishi motors, and etc. The same year, She has scored a TV drama "My grandmother is a ghost" for Taiwan Public TV. 2006 to 2008, Chi-Hui was the in-house composer & music director for TMSK band and Liu-Li-Gong-Fang company in Shanghai.
After working nearly 2 years in Shanghai, Chi-Hui decided to return back to her home country Taiwan to for a Chinese Fusion band named "Vita Eterna" based on the debut EP album she put out in America few years ago. In 2009, Chi-Hui Liang and her band Vita Eterna released their first full album named "Beyond Boundaries" which has received 4 nominations and won 2 awards from "Golden Melody Awards" in Taiwan.
She has scored more than 10 feature-films since moving back to Taiwan in 2008, and was nominated several times with all kinds of awards. Since 2013, she starts to produce concerts and stage performances. The most famous ones were "Taipei Map Micro Film Live Concert" in 2013, "A Dialogue between Ancestral Spirits-Taiwanese Aboriginal Rhythm, Music and Dance" in 2014, "Love in the Old Taiwan-Multimedia concert" in 2014 and "Carnation Love-Mother's Day Special Concert" in 2015.
Chi-Hui is working as a freelance TV/Film/Multi-media composer, touring and performing with her band "Vita Eterna" and teaching as a professor in National Taiwan University of Arts, and Tainan National University of Arts.
Chi-Hui's recent works (2009~2015): · Debut album of Chi-Hui Liang & Vita Eterna "Beyond Boundaries" 2009 Dec. Received 4 nominations and 2 awards including "Best Arranger" and "Best Chinese Fusion Album" of 2010 · "Cops Are Here"- score for short feature 2010 · Commercial film score for Aurora Group in Shanghai World Expo 2010 · "The Taste of a Sweet Apple"- score for 7-Episode TV Series 2010 · "Run Trio Run"- TV Drama produced by Taiwan Public Television 2010 · "The Man behind The Book"-score for feature documentary: The Author-Wang Wen Xing, 2010 · "The Coming of Tulku"- score for feature documentary: The poet Zhou Meng Die 2011 · "Leaving Gracefully"- score for feature film 2011 · "Lai Fo: Dear Mother Earth"- score for 10-Episode TV Series, 2011 · "Lai Fo: Dear Mother Earth"- score for feature documentary, 2012 · "Tone Poem for 2 Guzheng & String Quartet: Yi-Lan"- Composition commissioned by Taipei Chinese Orchestra 2012 · "Baseballove"- score for feature film 2012 · "Tone Poem for 2 Guzheng & 2 Percussion: Xi-Zheng"- Composition commissioned by Taipei Chinese Orchestra 2013 · "North Lake Greets Spring Mountain"- composition commissioned by Taipei Chinese Orchestra 2013 · Producer of "Taipei Map Micro Film Live Concert" concert for TCO, Taipei Chinese Orchestra, 2013 · "Amour et Pâtisserie"- Music Editor for 13 episode TV series 2013 · Producer of "A Dialogue between Ancestral Spirits-Taiwanese Aboriginal Rhythm, Music and Dance"- for TCO 2014 · "Ming-Xie-Hui-Gu"- score for feature TV-film, 2014 · "Andante cantabile"- score for feature documentary: Author Ya-Shuan, 2014 · Producer of "Love in the Old Taiwan-Multimedia concert"- for TCO Dec. 2014 · "Tone Poem for Guzheng, Liu-Qin & Percussion: Sui-Qiong-Luan-Yu"- composition commissioned by TCO 2015 · "Carnation Love-Mother's Day Special Concert"- for TCO Youth Orchestra, 2015 · "Tango Suite for Ukelele and Liu-qin"- Re-arrangement and orchestration commissioned by TCO, 2015 · "Living Like Shadow"- score for feature documentary: The poet Zhong-Qiao, 2015
Continue down to the following page... Awards: . Just Plain Folks Awards Best Instrumental, 2006 (U.S.A.) Third Place for "Dance of Yao People" . Shanghai Xin Ren Xin Zuo Awards, Instrumental, 2007 (China) Golden Price (First Place) for "Zi Zhu Diao" . Shanghai Xin Ren Xin Zuo Awards, Ping-Tan, 2007 (China) Silver Price (Second price) for Ping-Tan Kai Pian "Mei Li Da Zhong Hua" with Shange Diao . Golden Melody Awards, Instrumental, 2010 (Taiwan) "Best Chinese Fusion Album" of the year "Best Arranger" of the year . Golden Bell Awards Nomination for best sound/music 2012 (Taiwan)