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Vladimir Valyarevich & Yuji Kano Duo Recital 2012 "Sonata and Birds"

Vladimir Valyarevich & Yuji Kano Duo Recital 2012 "Sonata and Birds"


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Vladimir Valjarevic & Yuji Kano Duo Recital 2012 "Sonatas and Birds"

Venue : Sumida Triphony Hall Small Hall Sumida Triphony Hall Recital Hall

Vladimir Valjarevic, piano
Yuji Kano, fulte, lecture

All seats are unreserved General Adults ¥4,000 / Students Students ¥3,000

Second Half Ticket ¥2,000
*Sold during breaks only if there are vacancies on the day


Mozart: Sonata in F major K376
WA Mozart: Sonata in F major K.376

R. Strauss: Sonata
R.Strauss: Sonata in E flat major op.18

Couperin: Ai no Uguisu
Couperin: Le Rossignol en Amour

Messiaen: Black Utadori (Black Tsugumi)
Messiaen; Le Merle Noir

Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals
Saint-Saens: Experts from "Le carnaval des animaux"

Balakirev-Glinka: Skylark (piano solo)
Balakirev=Glinka: The Lark

Takashi Yoshimatsu: Digital Bird Suite
Takashi Yoshimatsu: Digital Bird Suite op.15

other and others


Yuji Kano (flute, story) Yuji Kano, flute, lecture

After graduating from Musashino Academia Musicae and Toho Gakuen University Graduate School, belonged to the Yamaha Music Promotion Foundation and worked as a PMS flute instructor for 8 years. In 1998, he moved to the United States and received a performer diploma from the Boston Conservatory Music School Graduate School and the Indiana University Music School Graduate School. In 1999 and 2001, he participated in Texas Music Festival, North Carolina International Music Program touring France and Italy orchestras as full scholarship principal flutist. Since 2004, he has accompanied the Nebraska Theater Caravan musical A Christmas Carol U.S. tour as principal flutist. In 2005, he won the Denise Jennings Memorial Solo & Ensemble Competition hosted by Houston Flute Club, Professional Category, and was selected for the Byron Hester Memorial Solo Flute Competition. In addition to playing the flute, he has performed as an orchestra manager at summer music festivals throughout the United States, including the Round Top International Summer Music Festival (Texas, 2003), the Spoletto Music Festival (South Carolina, 2004), and since 2004. Every summer, he works as a staff member at the Marlborough Music Festival (Vermont), where world-famous pianist Mitsuko Uchida serves as artistic director. In 2005, obtained an artist visa (O-1) from the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service. In December 2009, acquired first priority permanent residency (artist green card, Eb-1) for special skills such as sports, entertainment, and scientists. Since 2004, he has performed duo concerts with pianist Vladimir Valyarevich, and has given recitals in Switzerland, New York, Boston, and Tokyo. In 2006, he formed DUO INDIANA with pianist Shoko Iguchi, performed at the Okurayama Memorial Hall Wednesday Concert, and held his second recital in 2011. In March 2012, he collaborated with choreographer Kathy Hassinger to hold a charity event "The Haiku Project" to commemorate the 1st anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake in Boston as a collaboration of music and dance. Currently residing in Boston, Massachusetts. Member of Melrose Symphony Orchestra and Cape Ann Symphony Orchestra. Instructor of flute and piano at Musika Lesson Studio and Encore Music Lessons Inc. He has worked with Kathryn Lukas, Marianne Gedigian, and Leone Buyse.

Vladimir Valjarevic (piano) Vladimir Valjarevic, ensei, piano

Pianist from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Studied under Arbo Valdma at the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad and Conservatory of Music in Belgrade, and moved to the United States in 1990. Marian Marcus Wahl Performance Award Scholarship, Mannes College of Music, New York, Graduate School of Music. Studied under Pavlina Dokovska and Vladmir Feltsman. In 2006, he studied under Pascal Devoyon at the Geneva Conservatoire as a Fulbright Scholar and a Swiss government-sponsored international student. So far, IMS Prussia Cove (UK), American Conservatory in Fontainebleau (France), Apeldoorn Music Festival (Netherlands), Round Top Summer Music Festival (Texas), International Keyboard Instruments, Beethoven Seminars (New York) as an Artur Balsam Scholar Participated in courses of Kneisel Hall (Main) and European Piano Teaching Association (EPTA) in Rovigno (Croatia). As a soloist and chamber musician, he has won international music competitions sponsored by the cities of Marsala and Stresa, Italy, and has been recorded and broadcast nationally in Yugoslavia. His latest album, Tribute to Faure, is out now on Labor Records. In addition to performing solo and chamber music, he is also active as a piano teacher at the Southwestern Virginia Music Festival, Manchester Music Festival, Atlanta Pro Mozart Society, and Chicago DePaul University every summer. He has performed at Carnegie Hall (Weil Recial Hall), Steinway Hall, United Nations, Goethe Institute, Switzerland, England, Germany, France, Italy, Holland, and former Yugoslavia. Since 2008, he has been invited to the Beijing International Music Festival every summer and has been active as a piano and chamber music teacher. Yuji Kano, a flutist, has held duo recitals in Boston, New York, and Switzerland since the 2003 Roundtop International Summer Music Festival. Acquired American citizenship in 2001. In 2009, he received a doctorate in music from the Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, New Jersey.