Chie Mukai

Born 17 February 1953
Chie Mukai
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Chie Mukai

Chie Mukai Biography (Wikipedia)

Chie Mukai (向井 千恵 Mukai Chie, born February 17, 1953) is a female Japanese composer and musician, best known for her underground improv-folk group Ché-SHIZU. She has been involved in improvised performance since 1975, when she participated in the East Bionic Symphonia group, a graduation project for students of Takehisa Kosugi at the Bigakko art school in Tokyo. Her primary instrument is the bowed Chinese er-hu, although she is also a vocalist, and plays piano and percussion. Every year she organizes the Perspective Emotion mixed media arts festival in Tokyo. She has been frequently collaborating with Kenya Kawaguchi, Masayoshi Urabe, Seiichi Yamamoto since 2010.

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Urabe Masayoshi & Chie Mukai
Dual Anarchism
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Dual Anarchism

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Urabe Masayoshi
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