Joyce To is an Australian percussionist, curator and improviser whose creative practices explore sounds of found objects alongside traditional instruments in contemporary and experimental settings. Her music career spans across the globe, having performed throughout Australia and in Japan, America and Canada. She is passionate about performing new works and supporting emerging creatives. Joyce’s musical endeavours primarily focus and reflect on contemporary environmental and social discourse. In her most recent project, Fukushima – In Search of New Light, Joyce engaged in discussion panels and performances across Fukushima, Japan with poet Wago Ryoichi and eurythmist Jan Baker-Finch. The trio captured audiences at the Iwaki Art Museum, Iitate Wolf Shrine and various community locations. The project drew on reaching new perspectives with the local community in the cross of music, politics and the environment. Joyce holds a Bachelor of Music in Performance from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, having majored in percussion. She is currently completing a Masters in Performance at the University of Toronto, under the direction of Dr. Aiyun Huang.