"Tell them we were here" is a trio piece for flute, yangqin, and percussion composed by Alex Ho. It explores the significance of festivals in diasporic community formation. The piece was premiered by Daniel Shao, Reylon Yount, and Beibei Wang as part of Tangram's sold-out debut at LSO St. Luke's in London on 25th January 2019.
"strange" is a song about traveling alone. The idea came from an experience Reylon had walking along an abandoned railway line in Paris. Playing it involves plucking strings, an unconventional technique he experimented with one day when he forgot to bring his mallets to the practice room.
"Yao Dance" is a popular 20th-century instrumental piece originating in the Yao community of southern China. In April 2015, Reylon performed this piece with world-renowned musicians Wu Man and Haruka Fujii in Sanders Theatre at Harvard.
Reylon joined Yo-Yo Ma, the Silk Road Ensemble, and Rhiannon Giddens at MSR Studios to record this rendition of "St. James Infirmary Blues", arranged by Michael Ward-Bergeman for the GRAMMY Award-winning album "Sing Me Home."
"Turceasca" is a Roma piece that Reylon performed with the Silk Road Ensemble at TED in February, 2016. The performance took place in Vancouver.
This performance of Kishi Bashi's "I Am the Antichrist to You", which took place at Busch Hall during the Harvard ARTS FIRST festival in April 2016, brought together artists Laila Smith, Ian Askew, Andrée Werner, Sumire Hirotsuru, Alex Graff, and Reylon.