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Usui, Shiori

The Silent Forest (2019)
for professional and amateur chamber musicians
professional musicians: - - -
amateur musicians: - - 4perc.hp.2pf -
Duration: 10'
WP: 17.11.2019, Birmingham

for solo clarinet and orchestra
solo cl - - - str
Duration: 5'
WP: 04.05.2018, Cottbus

from scratch (Tectonics Glasgow version)
solo voice (impr.) - - - 3perc - - live-electronics
Dauer: 15'
WP: 07.05.2017, Glasgow

Deep (2013-2014)
for large ensemble
Duration: 15‘
WP: 27.04.2014, Birmingham 

Oppresed Vibrations (2010)
for symphony orchestra - - 2perc - str
Duration: 10‘
WP: 11.06.2011. Edinburgh

In Digestion (2010)
for string orchestra
Duration: 7‘
Born in Japan 1981, Shiori Usui is a BBC Proms commissioned composer and improviser based in Edinburgh, UK. Shiori has been a recipient of numerous awards and fellowships, including the Toru Takemitsu Composition Award 2012, Civitella Ranieri Music Fellowship and BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra/Cove Park composer’s residency (2012). Shiori has produced works in radical instrumental music, and has worked with motion capturing sensors and biophysical technology. Many of her compositions are inspired by the sounds of the human body, the deep sea, and many other weird and wonderful organisms living on Earth. Shiori also works as an improvising musician in the UK and abroad as a vocalist and pianist.

Inspired by Usui’s experience of having Atopic Eczema (a condition that makes skin become itchy, red, dry and cracked), she is working on her composition “from scratch” for large ensemble for the Tectonic Festival in Glasgow. Planned for 2017/2018 are various chamber music works and a new work for orchestra.