Vu Nhat Tan is a Vietnamese composer of experimental orchestral/chamber/piano and electro/computer & multimedia works that have been performed in Asia, Europe, United States and elsewhere. Tan studied piano at Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi, where he earned a certificate in 1987 and degrees in secondary education in composition and musicology in 1991. He then studied composition and musicology there from 1991-95 and graduated with his BMus. He later studied computer music and new music at the Staatliche Hochschule Musik in Cologne in 2000-01, on a scholarship from the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst. His honors include Third Prize in the composition for traditional instruments competition of the Vietnam Composers Association in Hanoi (1992, for Chamber Piece for Traditional Vietnamese Instruments and First Prize in the Saint-German-en-Laye competition (1995, for Ky Uc â Memory). He has performed on numerous occasions as a pianist and sÃ¡o tre (bamboo flute)-player in contemporary and improvisational music in Australia, China and Vietnam. He has lectured on composition and musicology at Vietnam National Academy of Music in Hanoi since 1995. He has also guest-lectured on Vietnamese music in Australia and Vietnam. His work for radia is composed by soundscaping Hanoi and becomes a part of the ping-pong-collaboration between Corax musicians and Vietnamese artists from Hanoi.