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Shoko Segawa Violin Recital with Kensei Yamaguchi

Shoko Segawa Violin Recital with Kensei Yamaguchi


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Venue : Ginza Oji Hall OJI HALL

Sachiko Segawa, violin
Kensei Yamaguchi, piano

All seats are unreserved General Adults ¥4,500 / Student Students ¥2,500
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Franz Schubert:
Sonatine No. 2 in A minor for violin and piano op.137-2 D385

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Violin Sonata No.2 in A major op.12-2


Eugene Ysaye:
Solo Violin Sonata No. 3 "Ballad" in D minor, op.27-3

Guillaume Lequeu:
Violin Sonata in G major

Franz Schubert:
Sonatine fuer Violine und Klavier Nr.2 a-moll op.137-2 D385

Ludwig van Beethoven:
Sonate fuer Klavier und Violin Nr.2 A-Dur op.12-2


Eugene Ysaye:
Sonate pour violon seul No.3 'Ballade' en re mineur op.27-3

Guillaume Lekeu:
Sonate pour violon et piano en sol majeur


Sachiko Segawa (Violin)

Started playing the violin at the age of 4. After graduating from the Toho Gakuen Girls' High School Music Department at the top of her class, she studied at the Moscow Conservatory and the Paris National Conservatoire. After graduating from the Berlin University of the Arts graduate school, he obtained a national performer qualification. Received the 3rd Japan International Music Competition Encouragement Award. Winner of the Viotti International Music Competition in Italy.
He has performed with the Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra, Moscow Symphony Orchestra, Georges Dumas Symphony Orchestra (Romania), Mexico State Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo New City Philharmonic Orchestra, etc. He has also been invited to Young Prague, Portuguese Music Festival, Callas Music Festival, <Summer in Tokyo> Music Festival, Beignac Music Evening. Appeared on Deutschland Radio, Radio Suisse Romande, NHK FM "Recital of Masterpieces", etc.
Currently living in Paris, he is active as a chamber musician in addition to solo activities such as recitals in Japan, India, Russia, and various parts of Europe. Recently, he has expanded his range of activities such as a duo with Ms. Coradan, a fortepiano. Member of Ensemble Nafea.
He has studied under Saburo Sumi, Kenji Kobayashi, Toshiya Eto, Valery Klimov, Victor Tretyakov, Regis Pasquier, and Thomas Brandis.
CDs of the complete Ysaye unaccompanied sonatas (Fontek) and Mozart's Violin Sonatas (Integral classic) have been released.

Kensei Yamaguchi (Piano)

Started playing the piano at the age of 5. 1992 Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Music Department. In the same year, he received a scholarship from the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), went to Europe, and graduated from Berlin University of the Arts. In 1998, he won the 3rd prize at the Porto City International Piano Competition, and in 1999 he won the 1st prize and chamber music prize at the 28th Senigallia International Piano Competition. In 2000, he became the first Japanese to win the 11th Monte Carlo International Piano Competition, which is open only to pianists who have won the competition. He has studied under Hiroko Edo, Naoko Shibanuma, Erich Andreas, and Pascal Devaillon. He has performed with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Monte Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Marchigiana, Berlin Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Mozart Players, etc. Currently living in Berlin, he is active in various fields such as solo recitals and chamber music in Europe, America and Japan.