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Akiko Nakai Piano Recital

Akiko Nakai Piano Recital


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Akiko Nakai Piano Recital

Venue : Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

Free seating

Supported by: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Sponsor: Wako Musical Instruments Co., Ltd.


D. Scarlatti: Sonata in E major K.380/L.23
D. Scarlatti : Sonata in E major K.380/L.23

A. Sorel: Sonata in D major R.86
A. Soler : Sonata in D major R.86

Lv Beethoven: Piano Sonata in C Minor "Pathétique" Op.13
Lv Beethoven : Sonate fuer Klavier c-moll 'Pathetique' Op.13

F. Chopin:
F. Chopin:
Impromptu No. 1 in A flat major, Op.29
Impromptu No.1 in A-flat major Op.29
Ballade No. 4 in F Minor, Op.52
Ballade No.4 in F minor Op.52

R. Schumann:
R. Schumann:
Arabesque in C major, Op.18
Arabeske C-dur Op.18
Fantasia in C major, Op.17
Phantasie C-dur Op.17


Akiko Nakai, piano
Born in Chiba prefecture. After graduating from high school, in 2000, studied at the National Prague Conservatory. In 2001, he entered the Munich University of Music. In 2005, after graduating with the highest honors, he went on to the same graduate school. In 2007, graduated from the same graduate school.
Smetana International Competition Encouragement Award. Won 2nd prize in the Dichler International Piano Competition and 2nd prize in the PIA JAPAN Taiwan-Japan Friendship Piano Competition (no first prize).
He has appeared in concerts in Germany, Austria, the Czech Republic, and Japan, including co-starring with Jörg Demus at the Mirabell Palace Marmoor Saal in Salzburg.
After returning to Japan, he gave a solo recital at the Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall in 2009, performed at the Marunouchi Building 35 concert, and also provided guidance to the next generation.
So far, he has studied piano under Emiko Ishibashi, Hideko Kikukawa, Jan Novotny, and Michael Schaefer.
He also studied under Jörg Demus, Adam Wibrowski, Pavel Gililov, Wolfgang Manz, Rudolf Meister, Krzysztof Jabwoński, and Klaus Schilde at public lessons and workshops.