Eri Chichibu is a Boston based Japanese composer, arranger, and pianist / keyboardist. She dual majored in Jazz Composition and Film Scoring, and minored in Video Game Scoring at Berklee College of Music. She won the 2019 ASCAP Foundation Herb Alpert Young Jazz Composer Award and 2020 Owen Prize. She is one of the composer and conductor of Berklee Silent Film Orchestra 2019.
To be inspired and To be inspiring.
To share and fuse
What we find captivating. Illumination.
2019.12.17 Eri won the 2020 ISJAC/USF Owen Prize!
The International Society of Jazz Arrangers and Composers (ISJAC) has announced the 2020 winner of the prestigious ISJAC/USF Owen Prize, recognizing an outstanding young jazz composer’s work; this year’s winner is Eri Chichibu. Her winning composition is entitled “The Sea - Seven Years Voyage” and will be performed by the resident professional jazz ensemble at the 2021 ISJAC Symposium at the University of Texas - Austin. (ISJAC Press Release)