Miyu Hosoi Born 1993 in Aichi. First came into contact with contemporary classical music as a member of her high school’s choir, and started contributing as a voice performer to numerous songs, live concerts and sound installations while enrolled at Keio University. Functioning as a crosslink between musicians and technologists, she continues to produce unique contents in projects that benefit from her background experience as a musician, and has just released her first solo album “Orb” in June 2019, based on the concept of using no other sound than her own voice. – Won the Outstanding performance award and the New Prominent Master Award at The 26th Japan Professional Music Recording Award. – Selected by Yuri Suzuki as one of the “Shure24“, the definitive list of people pushing audio culture forward – “Lenna (2019, 2ch ver.)” was exhibited in the anechoic room at the NTT InterCommunication Center[ICC] OPEN SPACE 2019 Exhibition “Alternative Views”, which was the revised version of the original 22.2ch ver. – “Lenna (2019, 22.2ch ver.)” was exhibited at Yamaguchi Center of Arts and Media [YCAM]’s huge foyer. Using the foyer’s reverberation, it was intended to be the totally opposite one of the NTT ICC’s anechoic environment. – Featured on the Sound&Recording Magazine and her long interview was on their Sep. 2019 issue. – At the Tokyo Stradivarius Festival 2018(@MORI ARTS CENTER GALLERY), she was in charge of the planning/sound direction for the installation “Stradivarius: Timeless Journey” when she was a member of the Qosmo, the creative studio based in Tokyo. (Spikes Asia 2019 Digital Craft : Grand Prix) – “Romance(2017)” the sound installation with Masashi Nukata(composer/Playwright of Tokyo Shiokouji/Nuthmique) was exhibited at Institut français du Japon – Tokyo.
Last update : 08 Jan. 2020