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Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble Concert (piano) Kemal Gekic

Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble Concert (piano) Kemal Gekic


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Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble Concert 2015

Ray E. Cramer, Conductor

Kemal Gekic ,Piano

Conductor = Ray E. Kramer
Piano solo = Kemal Gekic

Venue : Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall
Tokyo Metropolitan Theater

[All seats reserved] 1,500 yen
*Preschool children are not allowed to enter.

Conductor = Ray E. Kramer
Piano solo = Kemal Gekic

Organizer : Musashino Academia Musicae

Musashino Academia Musicae Faculty of Music Tel.03-2932-3108


B. Broughton: A Celebration
A. Makris: Overture "Festival of the Aegean Sea"
JS Bach: Small Fugue in G Minor BWV578
V. Persichetti: Masquerade for brass band
G. Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue
Rogers: Sound of Music
PI Tchaikovsky: Dance of the Clown from Incidental Music to The Snow Maiden
From the 2015 All Japan Brass Band Competition Repertoire, etc.


Ray E. Kramer
Until 2005, he served as chairman of the brass band department and band director at Indiana University, which has been evaluated as one of the best music schools in the United States. .
In addition to holding important positions in many brass band associations, including the president of the American Brass Band Teachers Association, he has received many awards such as the Indiana University Best Professor Award, the Phi Beta Mu International Award for Excellence, and the 17th Japan Wind and Band Academy Award. Award winning. In 2012, he was inducted into the prestigious National Band Association Hall of Fame of Distinguished Conductors. In Japan, he has been invited as a conductor of the Ground Self-Defense Force Central Band and the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, and has received high acclaim. Honorary Advisor of the Japan Band Clinic Committee. Professor Emeritus, Indiana University. Professor Emeritus at Musashino Academia Musicae. He is active as a guest conductor, instructor, and judge in the United States and Japan.

Kemal Gekic

Born in Croatia in 1962. Studied at the Novi Sad Conservatory in the former Yugoslavia. Obtained a diploma with the highest score ever. In 1981, he won the International Liszt Piano Competition. At the Chopin International Competition in 1985, he won an honorary prize with overwhelming support from the audience. Since then, he has performed actively in various parts of the world and has been very well received. Actively recording CDs with a wide repertoire, he has established an unshakable position as a leading figure in Liszt's performances in particular. Professor at Florida International University.