Machiko Suto studied at the Tokyo College of Music and graduated from the Masters program at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.
Machiko gave a solo recital organized by Wunderkammer Trieste in Italy, Fitzwilliam Festival Taiwan. As a basso continuo player, she joined ‘4 Seasons’ concert tour in Holland organized by Klassiek to Go, FIAS 2019 Festival at Palacio Real de Madrid in Spain with the Ensemble La Pícara, the 5th edition of Shanghai Baroque Music Festival conducted by David Stern and with Shanghai Camerata, with National Symphony Orchestra Taiwan, Taipei Symphony Orchestra Youth, Taiwan Baroque Orchestra, YinQi Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Camerata Taiwan, Tabernacle Women’s Choir, the Gleam Ensemble and so on.
In 2014, Machiko co-founded the ensemble IJ SPACE, where old and newly-commissioned music for recorder is brought to life by the kaleidoscopic sounds of recorder player, Yi-Chang Liang. They have been performed in numerous places, including the Fabulous Fringe during the Utrecht Early Music Festival in 2018, the IYAP International Young Artisit’s Performance at the Laus Polyphoniae in 2018, and at the Prix Annelie de Man Festival in 2018. Their first album: "Francesco Mancini: 6 Recorder Sonatas" was released on physical and digital channels by Claves Records in Switzerland in 2020.
Machiko is the prizewinner of several competitions: With IJ SPACE the First Prize awarded by the Mayor at the 19th edition of the Biagio-Marini Competition in Neuburg in August 2018 (Germany), the third prize at the International Van Wassenaer Competition 2018 in Utrecht and Young Audience Award (Holland), the Prix Annelie de Man Competition 2015 (Netherlands).
She is currently teaching early music ensemble at National Taipei University of Education, Department of Music.