Mai Sukegawa was born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1990.
From childhood, she has been playing the violin and piano, and composition since 2003. Her composition teachers include Satoshi Minami, Teruyuki Noda, Akio Yasuraoka, Ichiro Nodaira and Teruaki Suzuki.
She graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2013, for B.A. in Composition, and is now studying the art of electronic music and sounds at the institute of Sonology, Royal conservatory in the Hague.
Her “Sabishiki Michi” for Alto and Harp has won the 2nd prize of the 19th SOGAKUDO Japan Song Competition (2012).
As a chamber music concert organizer, she has hosted several concerts featuring all new works by composers from “Snow Regions” in Japan.
Her current interests include the potential of incorporating interactive digital arts using dancers and or projectors.
In addition to contemporary art music, she is also active as an arranger of popular music and video game music, performer and instructor of the violin, instructor of music theory and composition, and musical engraver.