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<p><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal"><span style="font-weight: normal">Miyo Aoki</span></span></span><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal">, recorder, is a dedicated performer and teacher currently living in the Seattle area. She has performed in the US, Germany, and Poland, with groups including Salish Sea Players, Utopia Early Music, and Gamut Bach Ensemble, and at the Bloomington Early Music Festival and Whidbey Island Music Festival. She is a founding member of the Seattle-based chamber group </span></span><a href=""><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal"><b>sound|counterpoint</b></span></span></a><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal"> and helped to create the new chamber music series, Salmon Run Concerts. Performing music ranging from medieval to modern, she has premiered works by contemporary composers Natalie Williams and Agnes Dorwarth. In addition to performance, Miyo is an active teacher. As well as having taught at the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop, for the Seattle Early Music Guild's Recorder Residency and privately, she also helps to plan and perform outreach programs throughout the school year. Miyo holds a KAZ Diplom (Artist Diploma) from the </span></span><span lang="en-US"><i>Hochschule </i></span><span lang="de-DE"><i>für Künste</i></span><span lang="de-DE"><span style="font-style: normal"> in</span></span><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal"> Bremen, Germany, where she studied with Professor Han Tol, and degrees in both early music performance and mathematics from Indiana University, where she studied with Professor Eva Leg</span></span><font face="Times New Roman, serif"><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal">ê</span></span></font><span lang="en-US"><span style="font-style: normal">ne. </span></span></p>


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