A native of Japan, Yuki Isami – flutist – first discovered the world of music through piano at the young age of four. After winning first prize from the Tôhô Gakuen College of Drama and Music of Tokyo and the Conservatoire de Musique de Montréal, Isami continued her musical career as a flutist. She has performed for several orchestras (e.g. Orchestre Métropolitain du Grand Montréal, Orchestre Symphonique de Québec) as well as at festivals in Japan, Canada, Argentina, USA, and Europe. Yuki Isami is presently undertaking several projects associated with Japanese culture and music through the use of traditional instruments such as Shinobue, Shamisen and Koto. Most notably, Yuki Isami has collaborated on “Musique japonaise : Branches et racines” and Tsuki, a visual musical tale from Japan.