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atelier jaku . . . 


 
. . . was founded in Tokyo in 2013 by Canadian composer Daryl Jamieson to perform chamber music and music theatre works which are concerned with ideas beyond the purely musical. 
. . . is named after the Japanese word jaku (), connoting silence, depth, antiquity, decay, and solitude.
. . . programmes works which engage with the transcendent and sublime in the context of the real world, which ground our lived experience in the absolute – works which are socially, spiritually, or politically engaged. 
. . . is progressively post-modern, reflective of the entirety of music history, and building on the great achievements of the post-war avant-garde while plying a different aesthetic path. 
. . . is intercultural, encompassing artistic practices from Asian, European, and North American traditions.  
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