composer / orchestrator / arranger
Winton White is a composer of multiple publications with the versatility of writing for orchestral instruments, vocal ensembles, and film. He wrote the soundtrack for the documentary HAFU, which has aired on PBS and won "Best Documentary" at the 2013 Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival. Winton's published choral arrangement of "Zui Zui Zukkorobashi" and guitar trio arrangement of Ravel's String Quartet 2nd movement is also high sought after.
Artists/Ensembles that performed his works include Afiara String Quartet, Mobius Trio, Singapore Wind Symphony, San Francisco Chamber Orchestra, San Francisco Choral Artists, and individual musicians from the Milwaukee, Baltimore, and the Pittsburgh Symphony. Winton was also invited as a guest clinician for the composition departments of Biola University and Point Loma University. He is a graduate of San Francisco Conservatory of Music and Biola University. Well-versed in (and enjoys) orchestration, was involved with The Rite of Spring project under Gabriela Frank with the SF Chamber Orchestra.
Formerly active as a performer in the San Francisco Bay Area, Winton is a freelance vocalist and bassist now in the Yokohama-Tokyo area.
He is also a member of ASCAP and is also published under Pavane Publishing and C. Alan Publishing.
＞ 作品 ＞
performed by San Francisco Choral Artists
Ravel's String Quartet 2nd mov
performed by Mobius Trio
弦楽四重奏曲 (ラヴェル) 第2楽章