Tim Hinck

Tim Hinck is an American composer of Brazilian and Japanese heritage. His musical compositions and multimedia performances have been presented across the country and abroad in Spain and the Netherlands where he was a Fulbright scholar from 2004 to 2006. Exploration and discovery are fundamental elements of Hinck’s work. His compositions, whether performed in an abandoned warehouse, a grassy field, or a concert hall, help bring clarity to the tumultuous, human experience. Often described as “maximalist”, Tim Hinck’s compositions are a deeper dive into past musical styles, often within the same piece at the same time, in a way that is both familiar to audiences’ ears and completely new. Hinck scored the music for the Emmy award-winning documentary From the Streets to the Stage; his opera Eve Apart premiered in Pittsburgh, PA in 2015, and his recent compositions have been performed by Houston’s ROCO Ensemble, the Chattanooga Symphony, the Ann Arbor Symphony, at the Juilliard school, and by the Wichita Symphony Orchestra. Follow Tim @timhinck on Facebook and Instagram for the latest adventures!



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