Yoko K Sen
Yoko K. Sen is an ambient electronic musician and the founder of Sen Sound, a social enterprise with a vision to transform the sound environment in hospitals. She started the piano at age 3, so her mother tongue is music, her second language is Japanese, and English is her third.
She produced the album, “012906,” which was nominated for “Best Album in Electronica” by the 6th Independent Awards (2006). After touring North America and Europe with Dust Galaxy, a side project of Thievery Corporation, Yoko produced the album “Heaven’s Library,” and received the Washington Music Association Awards for “Best Electronica Artist” (2011, 2012).
Yoko served as an artist-in-residence at Strathmore Music Hall, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, IDEO Cambridge, Saga Residency (Iceland), as well as a Citizen Artist Fellow at the John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Yoko is also the founder of Sen Sound, a social enterprise with a vision to transform the sound environment in hospitals.
Currently Yoko is serving as a fellow at Halcyon Incubator, designer-in-residence at Innovation Hub at Sibley Memorial Hospital, and artist-in-residence at Stanford Medicine X.
Website – http://www.yoko.mu