Tomomi Adachi

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Tomomi Adachi (足立 智美 Adachi Tomomi?, born 1972 in Kanazawa, Ishikawa) is a Japanese vocal and electronics performer, composer, and instrument builder.[1]

He has performed and recorded with artists such as Jaap Blonk, Nicolas Collins, Carl Stone, Noah Creshevsky, Yuji Takahashi, Toshi Ichiyanagi, Ute Wassermann, Jennifer Walshe, Zbigniew Karkowski, Butch Morris, Otomo Yoshihide. Adachi directed Japan's premiere of John Cage's Europera V and Variations VII. He was invited by Asian Cultural Council to New York from 2009 to 2010 and was a guest of the DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm in 2012.[2]

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  1. ^ 日本の作曲家: 近現代音楽人名事典 - 日外アソシエーツ - 2008 p21 "足立智美あだち,ともみ音楽家[生] 1972 年、昭和 47 年〉 1 月 25 日[出生地]石川県金沢市[学歴]早稲田大学第ー文学部哲学科卒— [興味]テクノロジーを介した身体と音楽の ..."
  2. ^ Craig Douglas Dworkin, Kenneth Goldsmith Against Expression: An Anthology of Conceptual Writing 2011 p397 "The “Methodist Manifesto” (not to be confused with one of John Wesley's eighteenthcentury tracts), drafted in early 2000 by the Japanese visual artist Hideki Nakazawa and undersigned by the musician Tomomi Adachi and the poet Shigeru Matsui.."

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