Biography – Sanae ISHIDA
Sanae Ishida was born in Nagasaki in 1979. In 2002, she studied composition with Masayuki NAGATOMI and Ichirô NODAIRA at the Tokyo University of the Arts where she got her degree in composition. in 2007, she graduated in composition from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris where she studied composition with Alain Gaussin, Marco Stroppa and Gérard Pesson and electro-acoustic composition with Luis Naon, Tom Mays and Yann Geslin.
She was awarded the prize of composition André Jolivet, a first prize at the international competition Francisco Escudero. She was a composer in residence with the Ensemble Linea in 2008 and received a scholarship for the season 2006/07 from the Agency of the cultural affairs of Japan.
After completing her studies, she received commissions from the French Ministry of Culture, Radio France, the Ensemble Linea, Atlas ensemble, Est ensemble etc.
Her works were performed at the festival Présences of Radio France and at the ISCM World music days 2017 by WolfGang (Vancouver), and by ensembles like Accroche Note, soloists from the Ensemble Intercontemporain, the Orchestre philharmonique de Radio France, Atlas, Le Balcon, Linea , the Orchestre National de National Orchestra and soloists such as Pierre Strauch, Mihi Kim, Pierre-Yves Artaud, Marie-Andrée Joerger, Maricio Carrasco, Elise Chauvin, Mari Sano, Naomi Shirai, Julie Brunet-Jailly, Rémy Reber and Naomi Sato.