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20th Ceremore Tsukuba Charity Concert

20th Ceremore Tsukuba Charity Concert


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20th Ceremore Tsukuba Charity Concert

Venue : Suntory Hall

Suntory Hall

All seats reserved SS ¥7,500 S ¥6,500 A ¥4,500

Photo: Y. Kojima


P. Tchaikovsky: from Ballet Suite "Sleeping Beauty" Op.66
Pyotr Tchaikovsky : From "The Sleeping Beauty" op.66

S.Rachmaninoff: Piano Concerto No.2 in C Minor, Op.18
Sergei Rachmaninov : Piano Concerto No.2 in C minor op.18

A. Dvorak: Symphony No. 9 in E Minor, Op. 95 "From the New World"
Antonin Dvorak : Symphony No.9 in E minor op.95 "From the New World"


Takuo Yuasa
Born in Osaka, he went to the United States to study after graduating from high school. After studying composition theory at the University of Cincinnati Conservatory, he studied under Hans Swarovski, Franco Ferrara, Igor Markevich, and Lovro von Matacic at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. 1976 Made his debut conducting the Vienna Tonkünstler Orchestra. In 1979, he won the Vittelberg International Conductor Competition, and the fact that the orchestra awarded him a special prize at that time became a hot topic. Build up your achievements with From 1984, he also served as the conductor of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra for five years. Principal Guest Conductor of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra from 1989 to 1994 and Principal Guest Conductor of the Ulster Orchestra in England from 1997 to 2005. He has performed with major British orchestras such as the London Philharmonic, the Royal Flanders Philharmonic, the Oslo Philharmonic, the Lahti Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, the Orchester National de France, the Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Porto National Symphony Orchestra. He has frequently returned to Japan and has performed with major orchestras. Received the 2007 Iue Cultural Award in the culture and art category. Currently an associate professor at Tokyo University of the Arts, Performing Arts Center.
Takuo Yuasa website

Yuko Hisamoto
He is highly acclaimed as a pianist who combines intelligence and sensibility, delicacy and dynamism. He has performed with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, the Telemann Chamber Orchestra, and the Kobe Chamber Orchestra. He has also appeared in broadcast programs such as NHK-FM recitals and NHK Radio Midnight Flight. In recent years, he has appeared in many concerts using historical instruments such as Walther, Pleyel and Erard. In August 2010, at the "Karuizawa Hachigatsusai" held at Karuizawa's Ohga Hall, he performed Pleyel at a concert attended by Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress. Haydn and Mozart, released in 2009 (recorded by Kojima), ranked first in the Mainichi Shimbun CD selection. Based on his performance experience, he has published many books such as "Mozart's Piano Music Research" (Ongakunotomosha). Also, with the aim of capturing music from multiple perspectives, he has worked on lecture recitals that include lectures, and has been featured in the Asahi Shimbun Tensei Jingo. After studying instrumental music (piano major) at the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the master's course at the university's graduate school. Currently, Associate Professor at Kunitachi College of Music, Director of Japan Latvian Music Association, Advisor of Ceremore Concert Hall Musashino.
Yuko Hisamoto website

Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Founded in 1956. The three pillars of "orchestral concerts," "education programs," and "regional activities" are the pillars of our business, and we are striving to disseminate culture through music and realize a society full of art. In 2011, the 55th anniversary of its founding, it participated in the Hong Kong Arts Festival, and is also promoting activities to bridge culture from Japan to Asia through music. Led by Principal Conductor Aleksandr Lazarev, Principal Guest Conductor Pietari Inkinen, and Conductor Laureate Kenichiro Kobayashi, the orchestra performs about 150 times a year, including regular concerts in Tokyo, Yokohama, and Saitama metropolitan areas. give a concert. The ``Education Program'', which is multi-faceted and expands activities to expand encounters with music for children who will lead the future, such as ``summer vacation concerts'' that have been held for 37 years, school performances, and creative workshops, has been highly evaluated from all quarters. there is Furthermore, in terms of "Regional Activities," the group has collaborated with local communities all over the country, including performances in Kyushu, Suginami, and Ube, which have continued since 1975.
Japan Philharmonic Orchestra website