|composer ★ songs of dislocation|
|September 29 | The Sundance Institute Theatre Program Songbook presents an excerpt from Stuck Elevator at Symphony Space in New York.|
October | Au Yong works with Leah Stein Dance Company and the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia on Turbine. This collaboration premieres at the Fairmount Water Works in Philadelphia next May 2015.
Support from New Music USA
November | Au Yong and writer Aaron Jafferis are artists-in-residence at the Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech. They will interview people and present a workshop to prepare for Trigger, a musical project prompted by the Virginia Tech Tragedy.
|April | Piano Concerto – Houston, commissioned by the University of Houston Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts, premieres at the CounterCurrent Festival.|
|May | Stuck Elevator wins two awards – Best Original Musical and Best Principal Actor in a Musical – from the Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle.|
|June | Au Yong and Jafferis are artists-in-residence at the International Festival of Arts & Ideas in New Haven. They present the workshop Developing New Work. In addition, Au Yong speaks on the panel Can Art Mediate Conflict? with composer John Browne, moderated by director Derek Goldman.|
June + July | The Orphan of Zhao (趙氏孤兒), directed by Carey Perloff with original music by Au Yong, presented at American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco and La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego.