Biographie

Daryl Jamieson

  • Halifax, Nouvelle-Écosse, Canada, 1980
  • Compositeur

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Daryl Jamieson studied at the Tokyo University of the Arts under Jo Kondo, the University of York (UK) under Nicola LeFanu, the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (UK) under Diana Burrell and Wilfrid Laurier University (Can) under Glenn Buhr, Linda Caitlin Smith and Peter Hatch. He currently makes his home in central Tokyo, where he spends his time composing, researching, and teaching. Major compositions of his include a shakuhachi concerto called locked darkness (鎖されし闇), an orchestral piece called resisting fortune, two large chamber works (crystal grapeshot bouquet and con tu sueño en mi sueño), a solo organ score for Jean Genet’s silent film un chant d’amour, a string quartet (warm stones) , and many songs, including a piece for koto and voice (古代女神に扮した私 ). His music has been performed by Satoko Inoue, Naoko Kikuchi, the Quatuor Bozzini, the Orchestre National de Lorraine, the Arnold Schönberg Chamber Orchestra, and the University of York Chamber Orchestra.

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