Biography

Keiko Takano (b.1965) is an spnm shortlisted composer from Nagoya, Japan. Keiko studied music at the Goldsmiths’ College (Univ. of London) and Royal College of Music. She studied composition with Edwin Roxburgh, Philip Cashian, and Peter Sander, piano with Susan Bradshaw and Kazuko Takemoto. In 1998, she was a finalist at the Ohristopf Deltz Composition Competition with her orchestral work La Petite Rhapsodie. She is currently taking Mphil course in composition at University of Sussex studying with Martin Butler. Her works have been performed widely in Europe, Japan and U.S.A by performers such as members of London Sinfonietta, Orchestre de Lille, Adalbert Skocic, and Carsten Radtke.

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