Ince won a Prix de Rome and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1987, and the Lili Boulanger Memorial Prize in 1988. In 1990 he moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan to become a visiting professor at the University of Michigan, and in 1992 joined the faculty of the University of Memphis where he teaches composition and co-directs the University of Memphis Imagine New Music Festival. In addition, İnce founded the Center for Advanced research in Music at Istanbul Technical University, which he has directed since 1999.
Links to scores and recordings in the U of M collection are indicated.
Arches : for chamber ensemble
Blue journey (1982) : for piano solo
Cross scintillations : 1986 : for piano with two players
Curve : for string quartet
Deep flight : for orchestra
Domes : for orchestra
Ebullient shadows : for orchestra
Evil eye deflector : Turkish rock
Fantasie of a sudden turtle : a piano quartet
Fest : for new music ensemble and orchestra
Hot, red, cold, vibrant : for orchestra
In memoriam, 8/17/99 : for piano
Infrared : for orchestra