Chee-Ping Ho holds the Masters of Science in Music Technology from the Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, and Bachelor of Music (Dual Major) Contemporary Writing and Production and Music Production and Engineering from Berklee College of Music at Boston.
Mr. Ho continues to work on many music productions in the United States and Asia as composer arranger. He visits different parts of the world to discover old & new musical elements for his compositions. Chee-Ping Ho enjoys exploring the challenges and unique sounds created by writing for diverse ensembles from orchestra, wind band, marching band, and small ensembles. His commissions continue lend themselves to new audiences world wide.
Mr. Ho currently serves as the Technology Supervisor for the Professional Education Division at Berklee where he develop, implement and research new academic technology for Music Education, Music Therapy, Music Business, Professional Music, Liberal Arts, Visually Impaired and Special Needs departments and institutes and serve on numerous committees. In addition, Mr. Ho is an instructor at the Vandercook College of Music MECA program.
Chee-Ping Ho also represent the Massachusetts Music Education Association(MMEA) Conference Committee Technology a state chapter of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and presented numerous clinics in music & technology, as well as a freelance music technology consultant for local colleges and high schools.