Kentaro Sato
1981 -
Japan / United States of America
K. Sato
Kentaro Sato (12/05/1981), aka Ken-P, is a Los Angeles-based award-winning composer/conductor/orchestrator/clinician of media music (Film/TV/Game) and concert music (Symphonic and Choral). His works have been broadcast, performed, and recorded in North and South America, Asia, and Europe by well-known groups including the Philharmonia Orchestra and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. In 2005, he was appointed a resident composer/assistant conductor of the Torrance Symphony. He is also a frequent guest conductor and lecturer for various workshops and reading sessions on choral music and composition/orchestration around the world. Sato was born in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan, known as the city of music and instruments. He holds a Master of Music in Conducting (choral emphasis) with Distinction and a Bachelor of Music in Media and Commercial Writing from California State University, Northridge (CSUN). In addition to his degree in Music, he also holds degree in Cinema from Santa Monica College.
Requiem Pacis
Period:21st century
Composed in:2005
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Requiem Pacis (Requiem of Peace) -SATB, Soprano Solo, and Chamber Orchestra (Piano ver/Organ ver), Latin-:
01. Requiem Aeternam et Kyrie
02. Sanctus
03. Agnus Dei et Lux Aeterna
04. Subvenite
05. In Paradisum
Requiem Pacis - SATB, Soprano solo, and Chamber Orchestra (Latin), Organ version and Piano version is also available. The first performance was given by the University Chorus lead by Elmer Heerema as a part of the composer's senior recital on 5/4 2005. The premiere of the Organ version was given by Osaka University Mixed Chorus (Osaka, Japan) on 12/23, 2009.