was born in 1967 in Tokyo, Japan. Since he was three years old, he grew up in Germany, and got musical education with violin, piano and singing (Hannover boy's choir). He started Oboe at age 13, and had his first lessons with Prof. Ingo Goritzki, Germany. After graduating from High School of "Tokyo National University of fine Arts and Music" in 1986 he went to Germany again and studied with Ingo Goritzki in Hannover and in Stuttgart.
Since 1988 he played for substitution as principal Oboist in many Orchestras like: Beethovenhalle Bonn, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra with Seiji Ozawa, Yomiuri Symphony Orchestra, and since 1998 he was invited several times to Budapest Festival Orchestra with Ivan Fischer.
Since 1993 he has been playing principal Oboe of Philharmonia Hungarica in Germany. Further he played as principal Oboist of Ensemble of Tokyo, Kammerphilharmonie Amade
He has played as a soloist with: New Japan Philharmonic, Ensemble of Tokyo, Kammerphilharmonie Amade, Korean Chamber Ensemble, Kammerakademie Yono
In 2001, Satoki Aoyama performed as soloist with Radio-Symphony-Orchestra Seoul (KBS, TV & Radio) and Peking Symphony Orchestra.
In September 2001, he performed I.Yun's doubleconcerto in the chamber music hall of the Berliner Philharmonie.
In 2001 he founded Ensemble Amade, a woodwind ensemble with leading woodwind soloist of the japanese orchestras.
Since many years, he has been performing in following Festivals: Mt.Fuji Intern. Music Festival, Yamanami Intern. Music Festival, Obuse Intern. Music Festival, Sommerliche Musiktage Soest, Affinis Music Festival and Kurashiki Music Festival.
In 1999, he has become one of the faculty members at Academiae Musicae Musashino, Tokyo.
Since 2002, Satoki Aoyama has been playing as Principal Oboist of New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and since 2006, he is the principal Oboist of NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo.
Satoki Aoyama is playing Instruments of " Gebrüder Mönnig"
Oboe：155AMG Satoki Style / delSOL 155AM Satoki Style
Oboe d'amore：170AM delSOL