Japanese violinist Mioi Takeda earned her reputation as a chamber musician, orchestral player, and as a new-music specialist. She is a member of the Scandia Symphony and has also performed with the American Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of Saint Lukes, Stamford Symphony, Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic,The Japan Philharmonic, The New Japan Philharmonic, and North South Consonance.
Mioi also enjoys performing and collaborating with living composers. Her violin duo Miolina, a member of New Music USA’s Impact Cohort, is honored to receive an American Scandinavian Public Project Grant. They will be presenting a concert at the Scandinavian House In New York City April 2020, featuring five contemporary Scandinavian composers.
A scholarship student of Dorothy DeLay and Masao Kawasaki at the Juilliard School, she holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from The City University of New York where she was under the guidance of Itzhak Perlman.
Mioi is on a faculty of York College of the City University of New York.
She lives in Forest Hills with her husband Roy.