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Ikuji Sumitomo Piano Recital -All List Program- [Tokyo Performance]

Ikuji Sumitomo Piano Recital -All List Program- [Tokyo Performance]


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Fumiharu Sumitomo Piano Recital in Tokyo
~All Liszt Program~

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

All seats are unreserved: 4,000 yen for adults, 2,000 yen for students

[Pre-recital special lecture held!]

Friday, August 5, 10:00-11:30

Art Forum Azamino Lecture Room

Tuition fee: Free (music course members), 1000 yen (non-course members)

*Before the recital on the 26th, we will give a pre-explanation of the song with a performance. If you are interested, please contact 03-3943-6677.


F. Liszt

Prelude and Fugue on the name of Bach
Prludium und Fuge ber den Namen BACH

two legends

Ballad No. 2
Ballade Nr.2

Sonata in B Minor
Sonate fr Klavier h-moll


Born in 1969. Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music Affiliated Music High School. Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music. Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music at the top of his class. Debuted on NHK-FM in 1991. Appeared in a newcomer concert sponsored by the Yomiuri Shimbun (at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan). In 1992, he was selected for the 5th International List Contest (Italy), and won the grand prize at the 11th Asahi Shimbun Contest for Newcomers. In 1993, he won the Kreutzer Prize and was invited to the 2nd Young Prague International Music Academy (Czech Republic) as a pianist representing Japan. At the 69th Music Competition of Japan held in 2000, she was awarded the "Kinoshita Prize" as an outstanding performer in the vocal section. Outside of classical music, he has performed with many actors such as Ran Otori, Misako Watanabe, Masaomi Kondo, and Kunio Murai, and is in charge of the music department at the annual summer workshop of the theater company "Black Tent" led by Haruhiko Saito. It is In 2003, he was in charge of the music for Naoko Ogigami's films "Barber Yoshino" and "Koi wa 5-7-5!". In 2007, he released the CD "Oratio -Three Composers' Prayers-", which was introduced in various media, and was selected as a semi-selected album by the music magazine "Record Geijutsu". He has studied under Mikio Ikezawa, Emiko Takei, Dan Tyson, and the late Henriette Puig-Roger. Currently, he is a lecturer at Kunitachi College of Music and Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. .