Byron J. Wu (巫春霖) is currently enrolled in New York University for BA in Music Composition. Born in Manhattan and grew up in Taiwan, Byron started to play piano at the age of four and began to compose music in middle school. Moving back to New York to attend Great Neck South High School, Byron continued to compose music and performed in many piano recitals, in venues such as Carnegie Hall and Steinway Hall in NYC, jazz band concerts, chorus shows and musical productions. Byron received various awards and acknowledgements for his music, such ashis Chinese hip-hop song “爽爆” (Sung-bao), which was voted 2nd placein theChinese newspaper (爽報) theme song competition in 2008, and his original song “I Don’t Wanna End It”, which was awarded the title of “Best Song” at the Grammy Career Day (2008). Byron is currently the Score Editor at Playground Session, Music Assistant for Pedro da Silva and Lucía Caruso‘s chamber orchestra - Manhattan Camerata, Freelance film/pop Composer, Mixing Engineer, Arranger, and Tutor for modern music DAW production (Protools & Logic), and classical/jazz piano.