17th July 2018
Midori has written a new piece for Undershaft in the City of London, commissioned by Musicity x Sculpture in the City.
From 21st July, Midori's piece Full as Deep will be installed at Undershaft, next to Nancy Rubins' sculpture, Crocodylius Philodendrus.
Midori will be performing as part of the launch event on Saturday 21st July at Undershaft, as part of Whitechapel Gallery's night festival, Nocturnal Creatures.
3rd July 2018
Midori's latest work, 'Tranquility' has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 Late Junction.
The programme is available on BBC iPlayer until 2nd August 2018.
11th June 2018
Midori's new works, Song of Koki-riko and Tranquility have been released as part of Nonclassical's compilation EP Outside the Lines #2.
12th May 2018, 23:30~0:00
Enter the Music, BS Japan
Midori will appear as guest on the weekly TV programme 'Enter the Music' talking about Delius and his contemporaries in Britain.
The show also includes her performance of works by Delius and Vaughan Williams.
Sachio Fujioka (conductor) and Miki Handa (TV Tokyo presenter)
23rd ~28th April 2017
Midori worked with BBC Radio 3 on the Japanese music season Night Blossoms.
Programme: Music Matters on 23rd & 28th April 2018
Midori joined Tom Service in Japan, introducing pioneers in various aspects of Japanese music.
Programme: Music Planet on 27th April 2018
With the Reigakusha Ensemble, specialists in Japanese court music (Gagaku)
Midori's first book, a Japanese translation of 'Delius as I knew him'(Eric Fenby, 1936) has been published by Artes Publishing Japan.
In collaboration with Artes Publishing, Midori launched the 'Delius Project' this Autumn, involving series of events, publication and CD releases to disseminate the works of Frederick Delius in Japan.
As part of the Delius Project, two Albums have been released:
The Walk to the Paradise Garden (Warner Music Japan)
Colours of the Heart (Japanese version of Midori's 1st Album, re-released by Naxos Japan)
The Delius Project continues with series of events in Tokyo throughout this Season.
28th April 2017
NHK 'World Watching' programme featured Midori's activities in the UK, focusing on her projects over the past year that have aimed to introduce UK and Japanese music to the audience in both countries.