Richard Todd Horn Recital 〈Tokyo Performance〉

Richard Todd Horn Recital 〈Tokyo Performance〉


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Richard Todd Horn Recital in Tokyo

Venue : Hakuju Hall

Hakuju Hall

All seats are unreserved General 2000 yen Student 1500 yen
(200 yen discount for members of the Japan Horn Association)
* Preschoolers are not allowed to enter

Horn: Richard Todd
Piano: Naoko Endo, Toshitaka Shibata
Bass: Takashi Sugawa
Drums: Akira Horikoshi

from classical to jazz

Beyond the boundaries of music genres

Sponsor: B&S GmbH (Hans Heuer horn manufacturer)
Sponsor: Japan Horn Association

Organizer: Yamaha Music Trading Co., Ltd.


~ Classic ~
R. Schumann: Fantasies Collection, Op.73
O. Messiaen: Appel Interstellaire from "From the Valley to the Stars"
J. Francais: Divertimento

I. Jones: There is No Greater Love
S. Romberg: Softly as Morning Sunrise
R. Todd: Discovery (through the eyes of a child)
R. Todd: Central Avenue Strut


Richard Todd, horn

A world-renowned classical, jazz and studio artist, Richard Todd has been hailed as one of the finest solo horn players of our time and has won the Toulon International Competition Gold Medal and the Pro Musicis International Foundation Award. He has performed as a guest with orchestras around the world, including the Saarbrücken Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, and has appeared at many music festivals. He has also performed under renowned conductors such as Bernstein, Giulini, Marriner, Abra Vanel, Seiji Ozawa, Previn, Rilling, and Schuller.
In addition to giving recitals throughout the United States, he has participated in over 1,000 soundtrack recordings in the film industry under the position of principal player of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra. In addition, he has participated in numerous recordings as a studio artist and jazz player. Todd is also one of the few horn players to have performed at both Carnegie Hall and the Hollywood Bowl.
Currently, he is an Associate Professor at the University of Miami Frost School of Music, as well as teaching at USC University of Southern California and the Henry Mancini Institute. He also serves as a spokesman and consultant for Hans Heuer Horn, which cooperates in the development of horns and mouthpieces.