Personal Summary / Bio
Akiko Enoki Sato received advanced training in harpsichord and figured bass with Hank Knox at McGill University's Early Music Program. While in Montreal, Akiko was heard regularly as soloist and continuo player with the McGill Baroque Orchestra and Opera McGill. Her performance in McGill University's production of Stravinsky's 'The Rake's Progress' was given critical acclaim by the Montreal Gazette. Akiko has often performed at the Christ Church Cathedral concert series (Montreal), and has been featured in recital at the Quebec City Bach Festival. Akiko earned Master's Degrees in Organ Performance and Sacred Music from the Cleveland Institute of Music and Southern Methodist University, respectively. Akiko currently resides in the Boston area, where she often plays continuo for graduate students in the Early Music programs at the Longy School of Music and the Historical Performance Department in Boston University. She is a founder of Les Bostonades.
|Tombeau de Mr. de Chambonnieres||d'Anglebert, Jean Henri||Akiko Enoki Sato||Apr 21 2009||5:32|
|Allegro from Sonata in G major, Op. 91||Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de||Les Bostonades: Teddie Hwang, traverso; Akiko Enoki Sato, harpsichord||Apr 21 2009||2:15|
|Air Gracieusement from Sonata in G major, Op. 91||Boismortier, Joseph Bodin de||Les Bostonades: Teddie Hwang, traverso; Akiko Enoki Sato, harpsichord||Apr 21 2009||2:51|