Saunder Choi is a Los Angeles-based, Filipino composer and performer who has written a wide variety of works, from contemporary classical instrumental, vocal and choral works to jazz charts and popular music arrangements. His works have been performed in various concert halls, including Merkin Hall at the Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall in NY, the UNESCO headquarters in Paris, the world famous Teatro Colon opera house in Buenos Aires, the Cultural Center of the Philippines, the National Center for the Performing Arts in Beijing, and in different international goodwill tours and concerts, such as the Philippine Madrigal Singers’ 2009 UNESCO Artists for Peace awarding ceremony, the 2010 Guido d’Arezzo Polifonico Choral Competition in Italy, the 2011 World Choral Symposium in Argentina, the 2012 World Choir Games in Ohio and the 2013 Oregon Bach Festival Composers Symposium. His music is performed by groups such as the LA Master Chorale Chamber Singers, Philippine Madrigal Singers, BYU Singers, LA Choral Lab, the Crossing Choir, Singapore Youth Choir, and more. As an arranger and orchestrator, he has written for Tony Award-winner Lea Salonga, the ABS-CBN Philharmonic Orchestra, Maestro Gerard Salonga, the Tim Janis American Christmas Carol Show at Carnegie Hall, Ballet Philippines, and the Hong Kong production of Pippin. He completed his BM in Composition from Berklee College of Music, and his MM in Composition from USC. For a more comprehensive bio and list of works, please visit www.saunderchoi.com.