Texu’s works have been performed by the New York Philharmonic, Oregon Symphony, Minnesota Orchestra, the New World Symphony, National Orchestra of Korea, Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra, Gyeonggi Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Ensemble Modern, Alarm Will Sound, Ensemble Reconsil Vienna, New York Classical Players, Ensemble 212, AsianArt Ensemble Berlin, Ensemble Mise-en, fEARnoMUSIC, Ensemble TIMF, Northwestern University New Music Ensemble, Indiana University New Music Ensemble, C4: Choral Composer/Conductor Collective, NOTUS, Red Clay Saxophone Quartet, Verona Quartet, among others. He was invited to Yeowoorak Festival, Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival, PyeongChang Music Festival and School, Bruckner Festival, SONiC Festival, Mizzou International Composers Festival, June in Buffalo, Aspen Music Festival, SCI National Conferences, Composers Conference, Oregon Bach Festival, etc., and has earned awards and honors from American Modern Ensemble, Copland House, SCI/ASCAP, Isang Yun International Composition Prize, to name a few.
In addition to his original compositions, Texu’s arrangements have been performed widely, as in the Opening Ceremony of the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games and in Piece & Piano Festival. He has participated as an arranger in albums of sopranos Sumi Jo, Youngok Shin, violist Richard Yongjae O’neill, harpist Jung Kwak, violinists Suyoen Kim and Chee-Yun, pianist Yeol-Eum Son, among others.
An incoming assistant professor of music composition/theory at San Diego State University, Texu taught at Syracuse University and served as the Composer-in-Residence of the. He also served as the Composer-in-Residence of the Korean Symphony Orchestra in 2014-18. Having studied with Unsuk Chin, David Dzubay, Sven-David Sandstrom, Claude Baker, and Sangjick Jun, he received his D.M. from Indiana University and other degrees from Seoul National University.