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Daisuke TERAUCHI

Composer Biography (2011.October.)

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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Date of Birth :

11/Oct/1974

Sex :

male

Civil Status :

married

Nationality :

Japanese

 

 

Education :

 

2006-2007

Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam
Bachelor Course,
Audio Vidual Department

2006-2007

Amsterdam Conservatorium, Amsterdam
Bachelor Course,
Composition Department
Mentor : Wim Hendrix

2004-2005

Rotterdams Conservatorium, Rotterdam
full time professional study Post Graduate Music Course,
Composition Classical Music 2e phase
Mentor : Klaas de Vries

1997-1999

Elisabeth university of music, Hiroshima
Received Master of Music (March 1999)
Major in composition
Mentor : Jo Kondo

1994-1997

Elisabeth university of music, Hiroshima
Received Bachelor of Music (March 1997)
Major in composition
Mentor : Koji Tomotani

 

 

Employment :

 

2011-present

Graduate School of Education / Faculty of Education of Hiroshima University (Program in Elementary School Teacher Education and Curriculum and Instruction Development Major), Hiroshima
Assistant Professor

2009-present

Hiroshima Bunka Gakuen University, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music theory and Composition

2010-2011

Ohgaki High School, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music

2009-2010

Fukuyama Heisei University, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music

2008-2009

Hiroshima university, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Deveropment of learning materials

2008-2009

Kure special support education schools, Hiroshima
A lecturer

2002-2005

Elisabeth university of music, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music theory

1999-2004

Elisabeth university of music Extension center, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Composition

2000-2001

NHK culture center, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music history

2000-2002

Shiratake elementary school, Hiroshima
A lecturer in Music

 

 

Awards :

 

Xavier Scholarship from Elisabeth university of music, April 1995

Encouragement prize from Kure city educational research convention, 2001

 

Publication and Discography

CD Thread, Works by Daisuke Terauchi  [Hale-006CD], 1999

CD Wordless poetry, Short pieces for voice by Daisuke Terauchi  [solacd-001], 2002

CD Michal Osowski Collective, Live at White Elephant, Ayler records[aylDL-043], 2007
An ear training book: The Musicianfs ear, Comprehensive training in Musicianship  [ISBN4-393-93758-9]
In collaboration with Jo Kondo, Yoko Okada, Haruko Tanaka, Shina Nagai and Hiroko Hirata, Syunjusya public company, 2002

An Instruction book for teachers on The Musicianfs ear, Comprehensive training in Musicianship
In collaboration with Yoko Okada, Haruko Tanaka, Shina Nagai and Hiroko Hirata, Elisabeth university of music, 2004

An Instruction book for teachers on The Musicianfs ear, Comprehensive training in Musicianship II
In collaboration with Yoko Okada, Haruko Tanaka, Shina Nagai and Hiroko Hirata, Elisabeth university of music, 2005
Music score: NAGARE for Violin and Piano, MotherEarth Co., Ltd., 2006
Music score: Friedrich's Theme for Saxophone, MotherEarth Co., Ltd., 2007


Lectures and Speaking

Voice Music in 20 th Century,
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, July 1999

Forum of composition f99, Tokyo, August 1999

Experimental Piano Music in 20 th Century,
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, July 2000

Borderless Performers,
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, Jun 2001

Canon and Fuge,
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, Jan 2003

Thinking of Musical meaning,
Hiroshima University, Hiroshima, June 2003, June 2004

Daegu Contemporary Music Festival  (invitation), Daegu Korea, June 2003

The Orient imagined by Western musicians  
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, Nov 2003

Playing with sound, Approaches to free improvisation, Morishita Studio, Tokyo, Dec 2003

Playing with sound, Approaches to free improvisation,
Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, May 2004

History of Electronic music,
Hiroshima Cinematographic and Audio Visual Library, Hiroshima, July 2004

Playing with sound, Approaches to free mprovisation,
Tokyo, Himeji, Hiroshima, Kure, Oct.-Nov. 2005

 

Performances and Concerts

A new face concert, Kure bunka hall, Hiroshima, June 1997

Sound and Performance Exposition by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, June 1997

A small concert by Ai Okumura and Daisuke Terauchi,
Kureeban gallery, Hiroshima, Aug 1997

Concert, Kunitachi University of Music, Tokyo, Oct 1997 (invitation)

Sound and Performance Exposition II by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Jan 1998

Improvisation and Performance, Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, March 1998

Sound and Performance Exposition III by Kurayami ninin baori,
Elisabeth university of music, Hiroshima, May 1998

Sound and Performance Exposition, Nakano Zero Studio, Tokyo, July 1998

Concert by Composers group Listen, Nishikumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Nov 1999

Sound and Performance Exposition IV by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Aug 2000

John Cage concert #4 by mesostics, Higashikumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Nov 2000

Sekohei design competition concert, Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Dec 2000

Concert by Haruhiko Okabe and Daisuke Terauchi, Shionoe museum, Kagawa, Aug 2001

Concert by Composers group Port, Belgium Flandre museum hall, Osaka, Sep 2001

Duo concert by Kimie Sakaki and Haruhiko Okabe,
Meikeiji Temple, Hiroshima, Nov 2001

Duo concert by Haruhiko Okabe and Daisuke Terauchi,
Kikkawa Hotel Flex, Hiroshima, Nov 2001

Musicircus by John Cage, JR Kabe line, Hiroshima, Dec 2001

Concert by Komezo Saito and Haruhiko Okabe, Shionoe museum, Kagawa, Feb 2002

Poetry boxing Hiroshima Tournament, Satellite studio, Hiroshima, Feb 2002

Poetry boxing All-Japan Tournament II, Eno hall, Tokyo, May 2002

NEKOTAMA Heaven, Club Chinatown, Hiroshima Japan, June 2002

Concert by Kumio Kurachi, Cafe Independants, Kyoto, July 2002

Yen 2002 Hiroshima,
Old building of Japan national bank, Hiroshima Japan, Septrember 2002

Poetry boxing All-Japan champion in Hiroshima,
Kikkawa Hotel Flex, Hiroshima, December 2002

Lobby concert, Hiroshima Prefectural Art Museum, Hiroshima, March 2003

Kyo-so-Kangen-gaku, One love, Hiroshima, April 2003

Opening concert, Daegu contemporary music festival, Daegu Korea, June 2003

Kurigoto by Kimie Sakaki, Koba, Hiroshima Japan, July 2003

Mirasaka Peace Festival, Mirasaka Peace Park, Hiroshima Japan, August 2003

Kanari Kawatta Rodoku Kai III, Hakata Riverain, Fukuoka Japan, November 2003

Cobra by John Zorn, Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima Japan, December 2003

Cobra by John Zorn, Rihaku, Hiroshima Japan, February 2004

Kotoangya by Kimie Sakaki, Otis!, Hiroshima Japan, February 2004

Water in March, Rakuya Cafe, Fukuoka Japan, March 2004

Improvisation, Otis!, Hiroshima Japan, April 2004

Kotoangya by Kimie Sakaki, Otis!, Hiroshima Japan, February 2004

Cobra by John Zorn, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima Japan, May 2004

Music by Urs Leimgruber, Otis!, Hiroshima Japan, July 2004

Poetry boxing All-Japan Tournament, Ajibina hall, Okinawa Japan, August 2004

Club Vegas Ver. Tokyo, Winston International, Amsterdam Netherlands, October 2004

Club Vegas Ver. Tokyo, Winston International, Amsterdam Netherlands, November 2004

Matsuri Night, Bonnefanten Museum, Maastricht Netherlands, December 2004

R:IP presentatie: soloperformances, Slaakhuys, Rotterdam Netherlands, December 2004

Club Vegas Ver. Tokyo, Winston International, Amsterdam Netherlands, February 2005

Fujiyama Bliss, BLISS SPA, Amsterdam Netherlands, March 2005

Sound and Performance Exposition, ZAAL 100, Amsterdam, March 2005

MATATAKI, Overtoom 301, Amsterdam, March 2005

Poetrycafe, Zaal 100, Amsterdam, March 2005

ST101 Improvisation and Composition, Overtoom 301, Amsterdam, March 2005

AUDIO III, De Fabriek, Eindhoven, April 2005

WE WILL ALL BE NAKED!!!, Prinses theatre, Rotterdam, April 2005

The meeting point, music and dance improvisation lab, Bimhuis, Amsterdam, May 2005

MATATAKI II, Overtoom 301, Amsterdam, May 2005

Concert, Steim, Amsterdam, May 2005

Vurige Tongen, Ruigoord, Amsterdam, May 2005

Mareike's housewarming party, DELISTRAAT 44B, Rotterdam, May 2005

The meeting point, music and dance improvisation lab, Bimhuis, Amsterdam, June 2005

SENRYU, Overtoom301, Amsterdam, July 2005

Landjuweel, Ruigoord, Amsterdam, July 2005

STUBNITZ, Amsterdam, August 2005

TERAUCHI DAISUKE JAPAN TOUR, Tokyo, Yokohama, Kyoto, Himeji, Kure,
Takamatsu, Fukuoka, Oita, October-November 2005

AUDIVIDEO, De Fabriek, Eindhoven, December 2005

Tribute concert ter nagedachtenis aan Pierre Verbeek, Rotterdam, Jan. 2006

Meeting point on tour, Artactsf06 St. Johann in Tirol, Papiermachermusium in
Steyrermuhl, WUK in Wien, Austria, January 2006

Live Hoorspel, Muziekcentrum Vredenburg, Utrecht, February 2006

Drag, Paradiso, Amsterdam, February 2006

Beyond our traditions, Zaal100, Amsterdam, February 2006

The Meeting Point, music and dance improvisation lab, Bimhuis, Amsterdam, April 2006

MAD SUNDAY Special edition, Muiderport theater, Amsterdam, April 2006

The Moving Point, Muiderport theater, Amsterdam, April 2006

Blunderbuss, Theater Philip Morris, Amsterdam, April, 2006

Cobra by John Zorn at TSUBAKI, Winston International, Amsterdam, April 2006

The meeting point, music and dance improvisation lab, Bimhuis, Amsterdam, may 2006

Playlab, Electron, Breda, may 2006

Nagomi, Japanese traditional music and performance, Hoger Instituut voor Dansl, Lier, may 2006

Improvisation at Hotel Mille Colonnes, Hotel Mille Colonnes, Leuven, may 2006

Cobra by John Zorn at TSUBAKI, Winston International, Amsterdam, may 2006

Mad Sunday, Muiderport theater, Amsterdam, may 2006

ST101, Paul Estabrook Dance Works, DWA, Amsterdam, June 2006

Plartforma, Klaipeda ship-repairs yard & Klaipeda townfs castle , Klaipeda, Lithuania, August 2006

Badhuis theater, Badhuis theater , Amsterdam, September, 2006

Doek Festival, Galerie Pand Paulus, Rotterdam, September 2006

Encountering Composers, Vincentiuskerk, Amsterdam, September 2006

The Moving point, Still moving, Kasteek Groeneveld, Baarn, October 2006

Cobra by John Zorn at Zaal 100, Zaal 100, Amsterdam, October 2006

Trytone Festival, Zaal100, Amsterdam, October 2006

Cobra by John Zorn at Overtoom 301, Overtoom301, Amsterdam, October 2006

Klaakgeluiden concert series, Overtoom301, Amsterdam, October 2006

Free concert, Sint Lukas, Brussel, October 2006

Viewpoints on the world, The one minutes festival2006, Ketelhuis, Amsterdam, November 2006

WashingtonAmsterdam.com, The Netherland Rijks Museum, Amsterdam, November 2006

Niewe Muziek Arena, Sweelinkzaal, Amsterdam, December 2006

The Intellectual unconscious, Porgy and Bess, Wien, December 2006

AKA-PRO#11 [AKA-RI] -sounds/light/movement], Overtoom301, Amsterdam, March 2007
Cinema de Bricolage, Horse Move, Amsterdam, March 2007

II am sorry that it is under constraction about from 2008-present.

 

List of Works I (for solo and ensemble)

1. Instrumentation, 2. Duration, 3. First Performance, 4. Other

 

Nenchaku (1995)

1. 2 Flutes

2. 3 minutes

3. Concert, Kunitachi University of Music, Tokyo, Oct 1997 (invitation)

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

Two lines for piano (1997)

1. Piano

2. 6 minutes

3. Concert by Graduate student,
Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, Oct 1997

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

Bukyoku (1998)

1. Double bass and Piano

2. 8 minutes

3. Concert by Graduate student, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, Nov 1998

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

Memory (1998)

1. Tenor Recorder, Flute, Clarinet, Keyboard harmonica, Violin, Voice (Male),
Voice (Female), Guitar

2. 14 minutes

3. Concert by Graduate student, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, Nov 1998

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

Ritual music of some village (1998)

1. Piccolo also Flute, 2 Clarinets, Bassoon, Vibraphone, 2 Voices(Female)

2. 12 minutes

3. Master Concert, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, Feb 1999

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

Thread (1998)

1. 3 Clarinets,

2. 8 minutes

3. Master Concert, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, Feb 1999

4. Inclusion in CD Thread Works by Daisuke Terauchi [Hale-006CD]

 

M for two voices (1999)

1. Voice (Male), Voice(Female)

2. 10 minutes

3. Concert by Composers group Listen, Nishi kumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Nov 1999

4. Performed at also Osaka and Kagawa

 

Nagare (2001/2005)

1. Violin and Piano

2. 8 minutes

3. Duo Concert by Hiroyo Kamidoi and Fumika Misaki,
Starpia Kudamatsu and Elisabeth University of Music,
Yamaguchi and Hiroshima, Feb 2001

4. Commissioned by Hiroyo Kamidoi and Fumika Misaki
Selected by Yogyakarta contemporary music festival 2005 in Indonesia.

 

Ivy (2002)

1. Flute and Piano

2. 12 minutes

3. Duo Concert by Akiko Okada and Fumika Misaki,
Higashi kumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Aug 2002

4. Commissioned by Akiko Okada and Fumika Misaki

  Invited by Daegu contemporary music festival, Daegu Korea, June 2003

 

Traces (2003)

1. String quartet

2. 15 minutes

3. Concert by Composers group Port, Belgium Flandre museum hall, Osaka, Mar 2004

 

Still life (2004)

1. Piccolo, Flute and 4 Trombones

2. 8 minutes

3. Concert, Rotterdam conservatory, Rotterdam, Dec 2004

 

Emotional Expression Etude (2005)

1. 2 players

2. 5 minutes

3. unperformed

4. Commissioned by Hiroaki Ooi and Mari Kobayashi

Image (2005/2006)

1. Flute, Trombone and Piano

2. 8 minutes

3. Solisten Dreieck Concert, Hiroshima, Novenber 2005

4. Commissioned by Solisten Dreieck

 

Longing for the dawn (2005)

1. 4 part chorus (female or children) and Piano

2. 8 minutes

3. Salon des compositeurs, Studio Charles van Tassel, Amsterdam, October 2006


Crossing the dance floor, from "The Countess from Hong Kong" by C. Chaplin (2006)

1. Violin, Violoncello and Piano

2. 5 minutes

3. Charles Chaplin in Japan Special Concert, Kyoto, March 2006

4. Commissioned by The Chaplin Society of Japan

Friedrich's theme (2006)

1. Trumpet

2. 12 minutes

3. Unperformed

4. Commissioned by Amy Horvey, Dedicated to Amy Horvey and Friedrich the Great.

Friedrich's theme (2006)

1. Alto saxophone

2. 7 minutes

3. Encountering composers, Vincentiuskerk, Amsterdam, September 2006

4. a version for alto saxophone of "Friedrich's theme for trumpet".

Wallpapers (2006)

1. Piano and Recorded piano, or Piano, Recorded piano and 3 Clarinets

2. 14 minutes (without 3 clarinets), 17 minutes (with 3 clarinets)

3. Unperformed


One day closer to paradise (2006)
1. 6 musicians and score scroller
3. Concert at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

SAKURA (2006)
1. 6 musicians and score scroller
3. Niewe Muziek Arena, Sweelinkzaal, Amsterdam
I am sorry that it is under constraction about from 2007-present.


List of Works II (for improvisation and theater piece)

1. Instrumentation, 2. Duration, 3. First Performance, 4. Other

 

Tea (1997)

1. 2 Performers

2. 8 minutes

3. Exhibition of Sounds and Performance by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, June 1997

 

Handsi1997j

1. 2 Performers

2. 8 minutes

3.Concert, Kunitachi University of Music, Tokyo, Oct 1997 (invitation)

 

Conversations (1997)

1. 2 Performers

3. Exhibition of Sounds and Performance II by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Jan 1998

4. In collaboration with Aya Ohsaku

 

Wanderings (1997)

1. 3 Performers

3. Exhibition of Sounds and Performance II by Kurayami ninin baori,
Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, Jan 1998

 

Metronomes (1998)

1. 2 Performers

2. 8 minutes

3. Improvisation and Performance, Nakakumin bunka center, Hiroshima, March 1998

 

Melodyi1998j

1. 5`8 Performers

2. Sound experimental theatre by Hiroshima Ensemble Resonance,
NTT Credo hall, Hiroshima, March 2002

4. Dedicated to Contemporary Ensemble Class f90

 

Nighti1999j

1. Piano for four hands

3. Creative Music Festival, Shimane, Aug 1999

A balance IIi1999j

1. 3 or 4 Same kind of instruments or voices

2. Creative Music Festival, Shimane, Aug 1999

4. It was played by 3 voices in first performance

 

Uzu for Childrenfs ensemblei2000j

1. Childrenfs ensemble

2. 10-25 minutes

3. Nakayoshi concert at Shiratake elementary school 2000, Hiroshima, Nov 2000

4. It was played by 105 students at Shiratake elementary school in first performance
Encouragement prize from Kure educational research convention, 2001

 

Uzu for Chamber ensemblei2001j

1. Chamber ensemble

2. 10-25 minutes

3. Concert by Ensemble Sonore, Elisabeth University of Music, Hiroshima, July 2001

4. It was played by piano, voice (female), clarinet, violin and electric guitar in firstperformance

 

Ear Musici2003j

1. Audiencefs ear

3. Creative Music Festival, Hiroshima, Aug 2003

4. The work for the improvisation using audiencefs ear.
    This piece has been performed in various places such as Hiroshima, Tokyo, Yokohama,
Kyoto, Osaka, Himeji, Takamatsu, Oita, Kure, Amsterdam, Leiden and Denmark.

I am sorry that it is under constraction about from 2004-present.



List of Works III (for Background music and School songs)

1. Instrumentation, 2. Duration, 3. Other

 

Dream in the water (1993)                                                               

1. Synthesizer

2. 5 minutes

3. Ambient music at Alpark aqua avenue, Hiroshima, 1993 to 1997
Commissioned by Chugoku ishery company

                    

Tayutai for 6 voices (2000)

1. 6 parts (any instruments)

2. 1 minutes (Repeated)

3. Ambient music at Kaikanshiki web site,
Commissioned by Kaikanshiki

 

School song of Kure Aoyama junior high school (2002)

2. 2 minutes

3. Commissioned by Kure Aoyama Junior high school

 

School song of Midori elementary school (2003)

2. 3 minutes

3. Commissioned by Hiroshima Prefecture

 

School song of Meiritsu elementary school (2005)

2. 2 minutes

3. Commissioned by Kure City

 

DESHIMAi2005j

1. Sampler and percussions

  2. 7 minutes

  3. Modeshow in 11, Gebouw SMCS, Amsterdam, June 2005

4. Commissioned by Hisashi Shibata 
   
In Collaboration with Tamaho Miyake

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Improvised with

Musicians:
Ai Okumura, Kimie Sakaki, Haruhiko Okabe, Aya Ohsaku, Kishin Funada, Tadayoshi Nagano, Atasa, Koji Nagahata, Yoshimichi Ishimaru, Mayumi Ishikawa, Chiharu Kato, Takehiko Suehiro, Kumi Wakao, Takahiro Kuramoto, Hiroshi Saito, Masami Irumagawa, Takuya Fujita, Kumio Kurachi, Rii Numata, Koichi Makigami, S.F.i.i., Osamu Ohtsuki, Haruko Isaji, Masaharu Shoji, Mushimaru Fujieda, Tamaho Miyake, Ryosai Morikawa, Akihiro Nomura, Go Mitsuyuki, Daikichi Yoshida, Steev Kindwald, Urs Leimgruber, Eiko Yamada, Kazuhide Tohyama, Peter Huber, Amy Horvey, Michael Osowski, Jeremiah Runnels, Kuta Kondo, Yuichi Onoue, Hiroe Morikawa, Masahiko Todoriki, Shibatetsu, Makoto Nomura, Kana Hayashi, Jun Suzuki, Kei Yachimura, Ryutaro Horie, Motohide Taguchi, HANA/JOSS, Felicity Provan, Michael Fisher, Ab Baars, Danielle Lemaire, Eva van Deuren, Pierre Bastien, Simone Zacharias, Wieland Moeller, Gonzalo Pinto d'Almeida, Takao Hyakutome, Kaori Fujii, Noriko Ito, Rie Kato, Yosyu Kamei, Midori Kubota, Kazushi Santi Matsumoto, Filip Davidse, Oscar Jan Hoogland, Peter JacquemynCKees Wieringa,
Keiko Shichijo, Ayumi Matsuda, Filip Davidse, Rozemarie HeggenCYann Cleary, etc.

Dancers, Performance Artists:
Toshikazu Marumachi, Choko Tasaki, Miki Kakiuchi, Shintai Hyogen Circle, Takachi Iwaoka, Paul Estabrook, Bettina Neuhaus, Julyen Hamilton, Diana Gadish, Valeria Primost, Wilbert de Joode, Marcos Baggiani, Valentina Campora, Isabel Olle Carpintero, Pere Gay i Faura, Natascha Katsika, Sayaka Abe, Mayumi Yamada, Chisato Seino, FONOMO, Michael Schumacher, Makiko Ito, Kayoko Minami, Kumiko Idesawa, Maria Mavridou, Kenzo Kusuda, Sylvain Meret, Hideo Arai, Gerry Morita, etc.

Artists:
Lee Hong-je (Caligraphy), Motoaki Urayama(Tai-chi)
Kentaro Nitta (Visual),
Max Maas(Visual),
Hedda Lettuce(Dragqueen)
, Ken Okami(Light Artist)