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Eisuke Yamamoto Charity Concert

Eisuke Yamamoto Charity Concert


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Eisuke Yamamoto Charity Concert

Eisuke Yamamoto Charity Concert

Venue : Tokyo Cathedral St. Mary's Cathedral

Tokyo Cathedral

[All seats are unreserved]
General ¥4,000 Student ¥3,000

non-reservation-seats only
adult ¥4,000 student ¥3,000

~One year after the Great East Japan Earthquake~

*We hope that the music will be used for the students of Fukushima Prefecture, who not only suffered great damage in the Great East Japan Earthquake, but are still forced to evacuate due to the nuclear power plant accident, but are still continuing their music activities. We will donate all profits from this concert to the Fukushima Prefectural Brass Band Federation.

Photo: K. Miura


J. Clarke: Suite in D major
JS Bach: By the Babylon River
JS Bach: Jesu, joy of man's desiring
JS Bach: There is a voice calling to wake up
H. Schroeder: Little Prelude and Interlude Op.9
Tamihiro Ozeki: Hometown II
F. Peters: Chorale
Ch.Bach: Organ four hands
P. Eben: From "Window" (3rd and 4th songs)


Eisuke Yamamoto (trumpet)
Began playing trumpet in the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra while studying at Kunitachi College of Music. After graduating from the same university, he studied abroad in London and Berlin. While studying at Berlin University of the Arts, he performed as a guest in orchestras such as Deutsche Oper Berlin, SFB Studio Orchestra, and Berlin Symphony Orchestra. After graduating from the same university, he joined the Southwestern German Philharmonic Orchestra, where he was the principal trumpet player for 15 years. Performed all over Europe. Since returning to Japan, he has been invited to various parts of Europe every year to perform as a soloist and as an orchestra player. He has performed with the Saito Kinen Orchestra, the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Yamagata Symphony Orchestra, the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, the Mito Chamber Orchestra, and the Okayama Philharmonic Orchestra. Head of Ensemble Fata Morgana. Kunitachi Philharmonica belongs to the trumpet group "Patzler". Released the CD "Windows" with organist Hideyuki Kobayashi, "Maria's Lullaby" with Yoriko Yuguchi, and "Baroque Music" with Thomas Panglitz. He studied under Teruyo Hayashi (Tokyo College of Music), Masamasa Soken (NHK Symphony Orchestra), Philip Jones, and Fritz Wesenig (Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra). Currently, Associate Professor at Kunitachi College of Music, Visiting Professor at Senzoku Gakuen University, Lecturer at J. F. Oberlin University, Executive Director of the Japan Trumpet Association.

Hideyuki Kobayashi (Organ)
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts and completed its graduate school. Graduated from the University of Music in Frankfurt, Germany. In addition to solo concerts in various places, he often participates in ensembles. In charge of the organ part in the orchestra, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Kanazawa, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra appear as soloists in regular concerts. In addition to being in charge of planning organ-related projects at various halls, he is also actively involved in organ awareness-raising activities for junior high and high school students as well as general organ enthusiasts. Professor at Ueno Gakuen University.

Yoriko Yuguchi (Organ)
Graduated from the Department of Organ, Tokyo University of the Arts, and completed its graduate school. Graduated from Westphalia State Association Sound School, Germany. He studied organ under Tsuguo Hirono and A. Schönstedt, and harpsichord under I. Lechner and Hiro Hashimoto. Appeared on NHK-FM broadcast, NHK TV, NHK Educational TV, etc. Japan Lutheran Ichigaya Church organist. Lecturer at Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College, organist at the same junior college, lecturer at Lutheran College, and organist at the same university. He is a member of the Japan Organist Association and the Japan Organ Research Society.