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Sanae Takagi Piano Recital

Sanae Takagi Piano Recital


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Sanae Takagi Piano Recital

Venue : Ginza Oji Hall

Ginza Oji Hall

Free seating ¥3,500

Sponsor: House Foods Co., Ltd.

Supported by: All Japan Piano Teachers Association, Japan Federation of Musicians


Grieg: Holberg Suite Op.40
E.Grieg : Holberg Suite Op.40
Naotsugu Nishida: Commissioned New Song (Premiere)
N.Nishida : commissioned work
Prokofiev: Sarkaz, Op.17
S.Prokofiev : Sarcasms Op.17
Chopin: Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor, Op.58
F.Chopin : Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor Op.58


Born in Tokyo. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts after Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School. Completed the Meister Class at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich.
She has studied under Yoshiko Takatori, Hitoshi Kobayashi, Klaus Schilde, and Michael Schaefer, and has masterclasses with Hans Reigraf, Oleg Meisenberg, Arnulf von Arnim, and Yuka Imamine.
From 2006, he studied the harpsichord with Yuri Saka, and from 2009, he studied bass continuo with Kumiko Shibasaki.

Received the All Japan Student Music Competition High School Division Encouragement Award, Pitina Piano Competition G Grade National Competition Jury Special Award, 21st Century Piano Competition 1st Place, Kirishima International Music Festival Encouragement Award.
While studying abroad in Germany, she performed in concerts around the world, including solo recitals hosted by the Munich Pianohaus Lang, chamber music, and German Lied accompaniment.
Solo recitals at Oji Hall in 2003, Sumida Triphony Small Hall in 2008 (Japan Federation of Musicians/Yasuko Yamada Encouragement Concert), and Ravensburg, Germany. In addition, from 2001 to 2007, he held a talk concert "Cafe Classic" that spelled out the life and songs of one composer all over the country. Performed in concerts at Marunouchi Building, Miraikan for Women and Work, The Nippon Foundation, Honda Welcome Plaza, etc. There is a CD "Japanese lyric song played on the piano" (DENON/Columbia).
Since 2008, we have been supporting the orphanage Hope House (Phnom Penh) run by the Cambodian Children's Human Rights Association. Held 3 charity concerts in Tokyo and Chiba, and a free concert for local people in Cambodia.

Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School, Tokyo Metropolitan General Art High School, and a special lecturer at Yamaha Music Store Arai. He also serves as a judge at the Pitina Viano Competition and the Japan Classical Music Competition.
Blog "Sanae Takagi's Melody Box"

Photo: Naoya Yamaguchi (Studio☆Di:VA)
Hair&Make-up: Miki Kato (Studio☆Di:VA)