Timothy Huang is a New York based composer/lyricist/librettist and teaching artist. His musical American Morning (Prospect Theater) was part of the Village Theater’s 2016 Festival of New Musicals, the 2015 NAMT Festival of New Musicals, the 2012 BMI Master Class hosted by Stephen Sondheim and the 2011 ASCAP Musical Theater Workshop. It was also the winner of the 2015 New American Musical Award, and 2016 Richard Rodgers Award, making its author the first and only Asian American to win the latter as a triple-threat composer/lyricist/librettist. Other works include Peter and the Wave, Death and Lucky, The View From Here, (NYMF 06) And the Earth Moved (NYMF 04), LINES: A Song Cycle (NYMF 08), A Relative Relationship (SoundBites Festival, Best Musical) Missing Karma (City Theater of Miami, Theater Elision, National Asian Artists Project) and Koi Story (Sam French OOB SPF).
As a teaching artist Timothy has taught/lectured at Brown, MIT, Harvard, Columbia, Princeton and NYU and for the Lincoln Center Songwriting in Schools Program. He is a Dramatists Guild Fellow, MacDowell Fellow, a 2019 NYSCA/NYFA Grant recipient for Playwriting, a member of the Lehman Engel Advanced Musical Theater Workshop at BMI and proud husband to Laura and father to Haven. www.timothyhuang.net
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