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narimoto.jpgBorn in Wakayama prefecture, Japan, she completed her M.A. at the Aichi University of the Arts, graduating at the top of her class and receiving the University's prestigious Kuwabara Prize. She studied under Takayuki Morikawa, Akihiko Matsui, Bin Kaneda, Keiki Okasaka and Naoyuki Terai, and after graduation she continued to study at several master course under Philippe Manoury, Joji Yuasa and Tomoyuki Hisatome. Her music has been performed at many countries, Japan, the Netherlands(Gaudeamus Music Week), Germany, Austria, Egypt(Alexandrina Contemporary Music Biennale), Ukraine(the International Festival of Modern Art TWO DAYS AND TWO NIGHTS OF NEW MUSIC/2D2N), Canada, the United States etc. and she has won a number of important competitions including the 2008 Irino Prize. Her work combines contemporary music composition techniques with the traditional rhythmical structures of the 17th Century Japanese Itchu-Bushi form in order to create abstractions of space and time and produce a unique musical signature. She got a grant from the Asian Cultural Council in the United States and stayed in New York for six-month in 2011, exploring the work of American composers who are known for translating ideas of identity and multiculturalism into distinctive musical styles. At the end of her stay in NY, she had a recital,"Portrait concert : Rica Narimoto", all works were her compositions including playing her works by herself and it gained popularity. She is an also lecturer in the Aichi University of the Arts, Kanazawa University and Kinjo Gakuin University.

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(tp)Kiyonori Sokabe
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Masato Kumoi Sax Quartet
Includes J.S.Bach/Rica Narimoto: Partita No.4 In D Major,BWV.828


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