Second-year DMA composer Hong-Da Chin will be making his Carnegie Hall debut on Friday, November 21, as a performer on Music From China, Premiere Works XXIII, 30th Anniversary & Beyond. A native of Malaysia and a renowned expert on the dizi (Chinese flute), Mr. Chin will perform works by composers Chen Yi, Huang Ruo, Wang Guowei and Zhou Long. The concert will be repeated on Saturday, November 22, at the Freer Gallery in Washington, DC. Mr. Chin is a student of Drs. Mikel Kuehn and Marilyn Shrude.