Miya Masaoka

Born 1958
Miya Masaoka
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1958
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Miya Masaoka

Miya Masaoka Biography (Wikipedia)

Miya Masaoka is based in New York City (born 1958, Washington, DC) and is an American composer, musician, and sound artist active in the field of experimental music. Her work encompasses contemporary classical composition, improvisation, electroacoustic music, traditional Japanese instruments, and performance art. Her full-length ballet was performed at the Venice Biennale 2004. She is the recipient of the Core Fulbright Scholarship for Japan, 2016.

She often performs on a 21-string Japanese koto (musical instrument) koto, which she extends with software processing, string preparations, and bowing. Masaoka has created performance works and installations incorporating plants, live insects, and sensor technology.

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Miya Masaoka Tracks

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The Movement of Things
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Past BBC Events

Tectonics 2018: Tony Bevan & Miya Masaoka / Tina Krekels with Adam Campbell
https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/e26v9r
Glasgow City Halls
2018-05-06T21:35:26
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2018
Tectonics 2018: Tony Bevan & Miya Masaoka / Tina Krekels with Adam Campbell

Tectonics 2018: Tony Bevan & Miya Masaoka / Tina Krekels with Adam Campbell

Glasgow City Halls
Tectonics 2018: Miya Masaoka: The Movement of Things
https://www.bbc.co.uk/events/e5xn5v
Glasgow City Halls
2018-05-05T21:35:26
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5
May
2018
Tectonics 2018: Miya Masaoka: The Movement of Things

Tectonics 2018: Miya Masaoka: The Movement of Things

Glasgow City Halls

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