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Kaori Kobayashi Piano Recital ?Tenderness at Night 3?

Kaori Kobayashi Piano Recital ?Tenderness at Night 3?


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Kaori Kobayashi Piano Recital

-Tender is The Night-

Venue : Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

All seats unreserved 3,500 yen (additional 500 yen for same-day tickets)
[Same-day tickets will be sold at the venue entrance from 13:30]

Sponsored by: Japan Federation of Musicians, Agency for Cultural Affairs Artists Overseas Trainees Association

*Part of the proceeds from this concert

We will donate as a relief fund for the Great East Japan Earthquake.


Bach-Brahms: Chaconne

Two Nocturnes Opus 55
Three mazurkas opus 59
fantasy polonaise work 61
2 Nocturnes op.55
3 Mazurkas op.59
Polonaise-Fantasie op.61


Chopin: Two Nocturnes, Opus 62
Chopin:2 Nocturnes op.62

Beethoven: Sonata No.32 in C Minor, Op.111
LvBeethoven: Sonate nr.32 c-moll op.111


Kaori Kobayashi, piano
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Piano Course. Completed master's course in soloist course at Salzburg Mozarteum Conservatory, completed London Royal College of Music Graduate School as an overseas artist trainee of Agency for Cultural Affairs. Studied under Ryoko Mashimo, Josephine Bell, Akiko Teranishi, Christoph Lieske, the late Hans Reigraf, and the late Irina Zalitskaya. Won a silver medal at the Finale Ligure International Competition, and was selected for the Kayabuki Ongakudo Piano Duo Four-Hands Contest.
He began performing while studying abroad, and after performing at the Enren Concert, recitals at St. Martin in the Fields and St. James Piccadilly, the Canterbury Music Festival, and Radio Suisse Romande, he returned to Japan. Her debut recital in 1996 was described as ``finely carved and sophisticated pianism'' (music no tomo).
He has appeared in "FM Recital" and "Cheers Concert" (sponsored by Tokai Television), and has performed Brahms Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Baden-Baden Philharmonic Orchestra. 1999, 01, 03, 04, 06, 07, 09, 10) were all well received. These two polarities are depicted boldly and expressed richly in shadows." I felt that it was a successful expression of Mozart's 'sensory and free' expression." In the music of Chopin, I was able to listen to a wonderful performance in which I was more liberated.” Bringing” (Musica Nova 2010.October issue). While continuing his activities in chamber music and music therapy, in recent years he has also been active as an interpreter.