Xingzimin Pan’s music has been performed in the United States, Canada, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Finland, Malta, South Africa, Hungary, Slovenia, Romania, Poland, Australia, Singapore, China, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He is the recipient of several composition competitions include The American Prize, IFCM International Composition Competition, FNMC Composition Contest and China-ASEAN Music Week Composition Competition.
As one of the most active choral composers in China, Pan has collaborated with many outstanding choirs include Sydney Chamber Choir, University of Toronto Women's Choir, National Taiwan University Chorus, Echo Choirs, Renwen Philharmonic Choir, Peiyang Chorus and Shanghai Spring Children's Choir. His representative works Poem I, River of Lights and What Flowers Tell You receive strong reviews from both critics and audiences. Pan’s choral works are published by Fudan University Press, Guangdong Education Publishing House and Schott Music.
Besides choral works, Pan's instrumental music also draws wide attention. Because of the contribution to the new timbre and notation, his Kaidan for flute and piano is performed and studied frequently by performers, composers and theorists throughout the world, and is collected in the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz library.
Pan has taught music theory at University of Northern Iowa and University of Utah, where he received his MM and Ph.D in Composition. He is now working as a Distinguished Research Fellow (professor) at South China Normal University.