Get to know us
Si Scoring Studio is a vintage music production house focusing on telling sonic stories for films, games, and media.
Siyi Chen is a brooklyn based Chinese screen composer and guzheng performer. She has constantly been exploring music communication among different genres of music.
Siyi is a recipient of the 2022 NYC Women’s Fund for for Media, Music & Theatre. for her project New Shidaiqu.
Siyi has devoted herself to 22 films, 8 games and 2 commerical compositions, in which game Hot Pot For One has been selected as one of the finalists for the BAFTA Student Awards for Immersive, and 21 indie video games to look forward to in 2021 in Polygon. The films she scored have been selected for Cleverland International Film Festival, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Los Angeles Film Awards, Tokyo International Short Film Festival, London Music Video Festival, Los Angeles Short Film Festival, Cannes Short Film Corner, Tokyo Lift-off Film Festival…
Additional to her contribution to media world. She is dedicated to exploring the possibilities of interaction the tradition and the technology, as well as fostering community engaments. In 2021, Siyi was selected to the Onebeat Virtual Residency She introduced traditional Chinese instrument guzheng and Chinese music elements to the residency and delved into the possibilities of producing music with 35 musicians.
Studied under the tutelage of film orchestrator Sonny Kompanek (Three Kings, True-Grit, Twilight: Breaking Dawn), Grammy-nominated producer Tony Dofat, siyi grows as a mutual composer, songwriter, and producer around the game and film industry.
Yusi Liu is a film and media composer, jazz arranger and pianist. She received her masters of music in theory and composition at New York University.
She also holds degrees in music composition (B.M.) under the studying with well-know American composer, Huck Hodge at the University of Washington.
Though Liu is classically trained, her works cover a wide range of styles including chamber works, string quartet, percussion ensembles, big bands and jazz ensemble pieces.
Her works have been performed at the New York University (Percussion ensemble), the University of Washington, Bellevue College, the Suffolk County Community College and the KNKX (88.5) Jazz Radio station in Seattle.
Her film scores have premiered at NYU News Doc Film Festival, Seattle Latino Film Festival, Thuhfilmclub etc.
In the game field, Yusi was recruited by local indie game developer to create original sound tracks for their games, her recent work has been selected in the Best of OST Composing Jam album, host by itch.io.
Ruixuan Li is an independent curator and writer based in New York State. She contributed to and co-curated multiple exhibitions and public events for art organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Shanghai, and Shenzhen. Her articles also appear in The Art Newspaper China, Artco China, and @LOFT Magazine, etc. She is currently the Executive Editor of the bilingual joint journal “UN-Curating” between UNArt 2020 and OnCurating, as well as the Overseas Business Development & Marketing Strategist at indienova.
Her narrative-driven works were presented in the 2019 Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (Shenzhen), the Guan Shanyue Art Museum, OCAT Institute, and JIAZAZHI Library. She was invited to 2022 Cornell Biennial and sponsored by both Cornell and CMU as an art critic, received the 2020 Cornell CCA Grant as a visiting artist, and her experimental game The Enigmas at Red Point received the 2020 NYFA Fiscal Sponsorship.
Ruixuan Li received a BS in Operations Management and Logistics Management from The Ohio State University in 2012 and a MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts in 2016. She’s currently pursuing another MA in Design at Carnegie Mellon University.