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Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra 15th Local City Orchestra Festival

Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra 15th Local City Orchestra Festival


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15th The Festival of Visiting Japanese Orchestras

Venue: Sumida Triphony Hall

Sumida Triphony Hall


Ichiro Saito (Conductor)

Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra

Toshiya Suzuki (Recorder)

Tomoki Tai (cello)

Yuko Nomura (koto)

Mineyama Nomura (Shakuhachi)


Masamichi Kinoshita: "Question and Fire II" for recorder cello and orchestra (world premiere)


Toshiya Suzuki, Recorder
Born in 1961. Graduated from Amsterdam Swerink Conservatory. Studied the recorder under Kazuo Hanaoka and Walter van Hauwe. Worked on developing the possibilities and technologies of the recorder.
With composers such as L. Kohli, B. Ferneyhough, L. Francesconi, Keiko Harada, Toshio Hosokawa, Hiroyuki Ito, Hitoshi Nakamura, Ichiro Nodaira, U. Loiko, S. Sciarino, G. Staepler, and Joji Yuasa. Collaborate and premiere their works.
"Vienna Modern", "Zurich New Music Day", "International Gaudeamus Music Week", "Darmstadt Summer Course", "ISCM World Music Days (1995, 2000, 2001, 2002)", "Akiyoshidai International 20th Century Music" Seminar & Festival", "Autumn in Paris", "Takefu International Sound Festival", "Roymont Music Seminar (Voix Nouvelles)", "Composium 2000 (Tokyo Opera City)", "Europe Asia International Contemporary Music Festival (Kazan)" ”, “Crankspulen (Schwaz)”, “Tongyeong International Music Festival”, “Festival a Tempo (Caracas)”, “Melbourne Recital Center Opening Festival”, “Romanian International Contemporary Music Festival”, “Asiago Music Festival” (asiago)” and “Suntory Summer Festival” as a soloist. He has given workshops and recitals on modern performance techniques in Europe, Russia, Turkey, the United States, Venezuela, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, etc. Since 2001, he has formed a duo with Mayumi Miyata of Sho.
2002 Darmstadt Summer Course Lecturer.
His solo CD "Tosiya Suzuki Recorder Recital" won the "Music & A"sthetik Interpretationsprize 2003" from the German music journal "Music and Aesthetics Society". “Nagoya Citizen Art Festival Award (1994)” “Darmstadt Scholarship Award (1994)” “Darmstadt Kranichsteiner Award (1996)” “Kenzo Nakajima Music Award (2006)” “1st Creative Tradition Award (2010)” )” was awarded.

[Other performers]
Conductor: Ichiro Saito
Orchestra: Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra
Cello: Tomoki Tai
Koto: Yuko Nomura
Shakuhachi: Mineyama Nomura