Wong, Betty Ann (1938–)

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Wong, Betty Ann (1938–)

American composer, pianist, instrumentalist and lecturer. Name variations: Siu Junn. Born in San Francisco, CA, Sept 6, 1938; studied music at Mills College under Morton Subotnick, Nathan Rubin, and Colin Hampton; studied Chinese music under David Liang, Lawrence Lui, and Leo Lew.

Taught piano at San Francisco Music Conservatory and University of California at San Diego; co-managed the Flowing Stream Ensemble, a Chinese silk and bamboo orchestra whose repertoire covered 25 centuries; composed Chinese and Western music; also played banjo, gong, Chinese recorder and zither.

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