Daisuke Terauchi voice, flutes, percussion
The Composer, Improviser and sound artist Daisuke Terauchi received his Master's Degree from Elisabeth University of Music in Hiroshima in 1999. He has studied composition under Koji Tomotani, Jo Kondo.
He has taught at Shiratake elementary school, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen University, Fukuyama Heisei University.
In addition, he lived in Amsterdam as a composer and improviser from 2004 to 2007. At that time, he had studied at Rotterdam Conservatory, Rietveld Art Academy and Amsterdam Conservatory.
He is presently teaching at Graduate School of Education / Faculty of Education of Hiroshima University (Program in Elementary School Teacher Education and Curriculum and Instruction Development Major)..
He creates works in various mediums including chamber music, live performance and improvisation.
In 1999, He has produced a CD of chamber works entitled "Thread, works by Daisuke Terauchi I" [HALE-006CD] .
In 2002, he has assisted in the writing of an ear training book entitled "The Musician's Ear" by Jo Kondo.
In 2002, he has produced a CD of voice improvisations entitled "Wordless poetry, short pieces for voice by Daisuke Terauchi" [solacd-001].
In 2003, he was invited to attend the Daegu International Contemporary Music Festival "Young composers in the world" in Korea, where his work "Ivy for flute and piano" was performed.
In 2005, his work "NAGARE for violin and piano" was selected and performed at Yogyakarta contemporary music festival 2005 in Indonesia.
In 2006, his performing installation "Score Scroller" and "One day closer to paradise" for it exhibited at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam(the museum of the Netherlands).
In 2007, he released new idea of performing mouth harp "Kissing mouth harp". The movie of it was selected and shown at "Filmer la Musique" in Paris.
In 2008, his work "Friedrich's Theme" was selected and performed at "Saxophone Festa" in Tokyo and Yogyakarta contemporary music festival 2008 in Indonesia.
In 2010, he was selected at "Grow Up Artist Project" organized by Asahi Art Square in Tokyo.
In 2011, he published his book "Let's talk about music; Music lectures for teenagers".
As improviser, he has improvised with the various fields of artists, such as a dancer, painter, calligrapher, and computer musician. He performs with various kind of voices, and musical instruments, such as a recorder, a keyboard harmonica, and a mouth harp. He has improvised in a lot of places such as in Hiroshima, Tokyo, Kyoto, Osaka, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Maastricht, Daegu, Wien, Lithuania, Yogyakarta and so on.
Born in 1974 in Hiroshima.
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