Satoko Doi-Luck

Fortepiano, Harpsichord, Organ

Satoko takes pleasure in a diverse career, as a keyboardist, a composer, and a director. Satoko regularly gives solo recitals as well as enjoys playing with orchestras such as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, La Serenissima and English Touring Opera with whom she has directed the performances of Bach’s St John’s passion. In 2022, she directed Hasse’s opera Antonio e Cleopatra from the keyboard at the Buxton Festival.

Satoko is a founding member of Ensemble Molière and Ceruleo. Ensemble Molière has been selected as the first-ever BBC Radio 3 New Generation Baroque Ensemble. Satoko directed from keyboard their production of Rameau’s Pygmalion at Brighton Early Music Festival and Stroud Green Festival. With Ceruleo, she toured Burying the Dead - an original concert-play about Henry Purcell - to various festivals in the UK including Buxton, Lake District and Ryedale.

As a composer, her string quartets were performed by the players of the OAE at their Nightshift tour. During the pandemic, she had a commission from ORA Singers in collaboration with Tate Modern.