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Masao Tachibana Piano Recital

Masao Tachibana Piano Recital


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Masao Kitsutaka Piano Recital

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

All seats are unreserved General 3500 yen Student 2500 yen

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J. Haydn: Andante and Variations in F Minor, Hob.XVII/6
J.Haydn: Andante con variazioni f-moll Hob.XVII/6

G. Ligeti: Etude for piano (Excerpt from Vol.2)
G.Ligeti: tudes pour piano (extrait du Deuxime livre)
�[.Metal Fm (1989)
.En suspens (1994)

F. Schubert: Three Piano Pieces D946
F.Schubert: Drei Klavierstcke D946

J.Brahms: Piano Sonata No.3 in F minor, Op.5
J.Brahms: Sonate fr Klavier Nr.3 f-moll op.5


Masao Kitsutaka (Pianist)
Born in Sapporo City. Started playing the piano at the age of 5.
After studying at the High School of Music attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, he graduated from the same university at the top of his class.
In addition to winning the 1st prize at the 65th Music Competition of Japan, he won the 3rd prize at the Robert Williams & Florence Amy Blunt International Piano Competition (Birmingham, UK). He has won prizes in domestic and international competitions, including the Île de France International Piano Competition. In 2001, he studied abroad in the Geneva Conservatory Soloist Diploma Program (graduate course) as a trainee for overseas artists of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.
After graduating from the same conservatory in 2004, he further studied at the fortepiano major in the department of period instruments at the National Conservatoire of Paris. Graduated in 2006 with the unanimous judgment of the judges. Returned to Japan in October 2006 after studying abroad for seven years. Appeared on NHK "Piano Pia" and "Super Piano Lessons" (lessons by Jean-Marc Luisada and workshops by Maria João Pileche). In 2007, he participated in Ivo Pogorelich's master class, which was held for the first time in Japan. So far, she has studied piano with Katsumi Dairaku, Katsumi Ueda, Klaus Schilde, Dang Tai Song, Dominique Merle, and Dina Yoffe, and fortepiano with Patrick Cohen. He has also performed with numerous orchestras such as the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, and the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.
After working as an assistant at the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, in April 2008, he became a full-time lecturer at the Faculty of Music, Ferris University.