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Yin Lu is a London-based screen composer, electronic music producer, orchestrator and vocalist.


Yin's musical journey has earned him prestigious accolades, including an Honorary Mention at the 2020 European Talent Awards and membership in the BAFTA Connect Programme. Driven by a profound love for blending intricate classical and Eastern minimalist styles with contemporary electronics, he studied at the Royal College of Music on the Composition for Screen masters course, and graduated with a first class degree in 2020. Notably, his screen music garnered praise from Oscar-winning composer Stephen Warbeck. In 2021, he received the endorsement of the Arts Council England for Global Talent, thanks to the recommendation of Oscar-nominated composer Gary Yershon and the Director of the RCM, Colin Lawson.

Specializing in crafting music and soundscapes for diverse visual mediums, Yin has composed scores for a wide array of projects. These include multicultural animated films, thought-provoking documentaries and shorts, multi-genre feature films, adventurous video games, and albums featured in prestigious events like Soundtrack Cologne, Encounters Film Festival, the Stuttgart International Festival of Animated Film, the Global Music Awards, Queer East Festival (London), and the Hong Kong Film Awards, among others. His bespoke soundtracks have enriched productions by companies such as SNK (JP) and Eyedentity (KR). Moreover, his music for visual arts has been showcased in esteemed venues and events, including Tate Modern, the Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall, and the Royal Academy of Arts' 250th Anniversary celebrations.

. Born and raised in Guizhou, China, Yin embarked on the musical career in Shanghai in 2013. Having obtained a BA in Chinese Language and Literature from Nanjing University the same year, he moved to Shanghai to pursue his childhood dream of becoming a composer. In Shanghai, he demonstrated excellence as an assistant, composer, orchestrator, music producer, and vocalist. His talent quickly gained recognition in Shanghai's highly developed entertainment industry, earning him the second prize at the Digital Audio Competition at the Shanghai Spring International Music Festival. Collaborating with pop stars like Zhou Shen, Dai Quan, and Tiger Hu, as well as esteemed composers such as An Dong and Yu-peng Chen, Yin established himself as a versatile and sought-after artist. His compositions and arrangements have been featured in the most watched Chinese reality TV shows, blockbuster feature films, video games, TV series and live performances. In 2018, seeking a deeper understanding of screen music, he left Shanghai to study at the Royal College of Music in the UK. Afterwards, he opted to stay in London, enticed by its vibrant multicultural atmosphere and artistic freedom.

Since 2022, deeply influenced by the UK's electronic music scene and the artistic advocacy for civil liberties among the Hong Kong diaspora, Yin began developing an original alt-electronic brand and engaging in a vocal performance project for human rights.


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