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Kemal Gekic x Naoaki Fukui Piano Solo & Duo Recital

Kemal Gekic x Naoaki Fukui Piano Solo & Duo Recital


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Kemal Gekic x Naoaki Fukui Piano Solo & Duo Recital

Venue : Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall

Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall

SS 5000 S 4500 A 4000 B Free 3500

Four years have passed since that shocking night...
Virtuoso Two people are burning up and the hot sound feast is realized again!

Management : Pro Arte Musice
Presented by Pro Arte Musicae

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Ticket 0570-02-9999 (P code 163 -900 )
Lawson Ticket: 0570-084-003 (L code 39940)
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Grieg: from "Peer Gynt"
"Solveig's Song" "At the Palace of the Mountain King (Ginsburg/Fukui)" [Fukui]
Rachmaninov: Pictorial Etude "Picture of Sound" in C Minor (Posthumous) Op.33-3
Prelude in C minor, Op.23-7 [Gekichi]
Scriabin: From "Etudes", "Poems", "Preludes" [Fukui]
Granados: <Spanish Dances> Op.37 No.2 "Oriental" [Gekichi]
Balakirev: Islamey (Oriental Fantasia) [Gekichi]
Liszt: Rossini's opera <William Tell> Overture [Fukui]
Liszt: Fantasia on the melody of Mozart's opera The Marriage of Figaro (arr. Busoni/Gekichi) [Gekichi]
Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 (version for two pianos/arr. Klein Michel)
Liszt: Reminiscence of Mozart's opera <Don Giovanni> (version for two pianos)

*Songs and song order are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.

Grieg: "Solveig's Song" "In the Hall of the Mountain King (arr. Ginzburg, Fukui)" From 'Peer Gynt Suite'
Rakmaninov: Etudes-tableaux op.33-3, Prelude op.23-7
Skryabin: From Edudes, Poems and Preludes
Granados: Spanish Dances op.37-2, Oriental
Balakirev: Oriental Fantasy "Islamey"
Liszt=Rossini: Overture to the opera 'William Tell'
Mozart=Liszt/Busoni/Gekic: Figaro Fantasy
Liszt: Ungarische Rhapsodie No.2 (2 pianos version)
Mozart=Liszt: Reminiscences de 'Don Juan' (2 pianos version)


Kemal Gekic, piano

Naoaki Fukui, piano
Born in Tokyo in 1970. Graduated from Keio University Faculty of Economics in 1993. Studied under Professor E. Tuscha and completed Musashino Academia Musicae graduate school in 1995 with the best piano major "Kreutzer Prize". His debut recital at Kioi Hall in Tokyo was selected as one of the best Japanese recitals of the year by a music magazine. get In 1998, he left Japan for two years to further his studies at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. In 1999, at the Bulgarian International Competition "Music and Earth", she won first place in the soloist category, and was unanimously awarded the grand prix in all categories.

As a concerto soloist, he was invited to the "Budapest Spring" International Music Festival in 1996 to co-star with the Mendelssohn Chamber Orchestra and WA Mozart's Piano Concerto K.488, which was broadcast live on the Hungarian national broadcaster and marked his European debut. After that, in 1997 "Hungarian Virtuoso Chamber Orchestra Tokyo Performance", in 1998 "Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra 50th Anniversary Performance (42 countries around the world satellite live broadcasting)", in 2000 "National Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra Regular Performance", In 2004, he appeared in the 100th Commemorative Performance of the Piano Rookie Association (Tokyo Symphony Orchestra), and in 2009, he performed in the Liszt Conservatory Orchestra in Tokyo to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the restoration of diplomatic relations between Japan and Hungary. The number counts 15. In 2009, when he performed with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra under the baton of master Philippe Entremont, Naoaki Fukui, one of Japan's leading Liszt players, appeared as a solo performer, and gave a brilliant performance like a sculpted sculpture with a vivid single-sword engraving (MOSTLY CLASSIC). )”, and “From the beginning, Fukui demonstrates sufficient concentration and virtuosity suitable for the same song (Ongaku no Tomo)”.

In addition to his activities as a soloist, Fukui is also active in the field of chamber music, performing with famous musicians such as K. Berkesz, M. Nagy, G. Badev, V. Svertlov, J. Jandoh, and Atsuko Temma. Is going. So far, he has released 2 solo concertos (GEGA ​​NEW) and 1 duo (HUNGAROTON) with Z.Tibai (Cb). In addition to his performance activities, he is involved in a wide range of activities, such as jurying international competitions, public lectures, producing concerts, writing, and appearing in the media.
Currently a director of Musashino Music Academy. Musashino Academia Musicae Library and Musical Instrument Museum Director, Virtuoso Department Head, Professor.