Saori was born in 1986 and at age 4 began to study the violin. She studied at the Toho School of Music from the age of 8, at the pre college, high school and the college under Akuri Suzuki and Akiko Tatsumi. She won prizes in The 58th Student Music Concours of Japan, the 21st Omagari Music Festival Competition, The 18th Japan-Austria Cultural Association Fresh Concert. She has performed in many venues as a chamber musician, including Saito Kinen Festival, Bowdoin International Music Festival, USA. And she peformed with Orchestre de Paris concertmaster Roland Daugareil in Bordeaux Musiques Festiv' in Yokohama.  Saori is also actively performing in projects and premiering new music by contemporary composers such as Sylvano Bussotti, Younghi Pagh-Paan, Regis Campo, Atsuhiko Gondai, Joji Yuasa, Toshi Ichiyanagi. Her string quartet performed in Japan Society for Contemporary Music 80th anniversary concert. She had participated in Courchevel International Music Academy, Biarritz International Music Academy, Saito Kinen Chamber Music Study Group, Seiji Ozawa Music Academy, International Ensemble Modern Academy.

About works / performance

How can contemporary music exist? This is a most basic and important question for us.
We live in next on the edge of the moment which has been progressing as a range of the aggregate of the latest moment,it means we exist in "permanent progressive moment".
Answer for it may be in each people, but I'd like to try to provide any tips through my presentation which shows progress from the past to the present.