Chrysanthe Tan

Chrysanthe Tan is a composer, violinist, and 2022 Fellow of the Rubin Institute for Music Criticism. They studied composition, violin performance, and creative writing at Stanford and California Institute of the Arts.

Articles By This Author

Chrysanthe Tan - February 5, 2024

Even in a concert full of other composers, Williams’s work shows its enduring, outsized impact.

Chrysanthe Tan - January 9, 2024

The L.A. new-music group looks back on its history in a busy birthday concert at Monk Space.

Chrysanthe Tan - June 13, 2023

The Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra backs the Master Chorale and guest vocalists in music by Duke Ellington and Mary Lou Williams.

Chrysanthe Tan - May 30, 2023

There was a lot of talent on the stage in Torrance. Time to let them lead.

Chrysanthe Tan - May 15, 2023

Composer Mehmet Ali Sanlıkol’s A Gentleman of Istanbul is based on a 17th-century travelogue.

Chrysanthe Tan - March 7, 2023

The famous 19th-century mezzo Pauline García Viardot wrote this work for her children and vocal students, and it still holds up today.

Chrysanthe Tan - November 1, 2022

Strong, cohesive musicianship carries a wide-ranging concert.