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Yoko Abe Piano Recital [Debussy Series 2012-2018]

Yoko Abe Piano Recital [Debussy Series 2012-2018]


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Yoko Abe Piano Recital Debussy Series vol.1
~From the 150th anniversary of her birth to the 100th anniversary of her death~
Dialogue with Debussy Music Vol.1
“Conversations entre le piano et soi”

Venue : Ginza Oji Hall OJI HALL

Free seating ¥4,000
Sufficient number of same-day tickets will be sold at the venue reception from 18:30

Sponsors: Yasuko Akabane Pastry Class, Seigakuin University, Toel Co., Ltd.
Sponsored by: Japan Federation of Musicians

Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice Tel. 03-3943-6677

Photo: Eiji Shinohara


C. Debussy Claude Debussy:

Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun (arr. L. Volvic)
Prlude l'aprs-midi d'un faune (arr. Leonard Borwick)
《Forgotten Image》 Images oubulies
Mask Masks
D'un cahier d'esquisses from Sketchbook
Island of joy L'Isle joyeuse
"Prints" Estampes
《Video Vol.1》 Images I
《Video Vol.2》 Images II


Yoko Abe, piano

Graduated from Toho Gakuen University, Faculty of Music, Department of Performance, majoring in piano. Studied under Reiko Okamura and Yoko Kitamura. After that, he went to France and studied under Mr. Germaine Meunier at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and obtained the 6th course diploma. After that, he studied under Mr. Jacques Louvier at the Marseille National Regional Conservatory Master Class. In 1999, won a medal at the Maria Canals International Piano Competition. He has also performed concerts overseas, performing piano concertos with the Krakow Radio Symphony Orchestra of Poland and the Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra. During that time, he studied under Claude Elfe, Sergei Drenski, Andrzej Jasinski, Halina Czerny Stefanska, and Yukio Yokoyama. In 2000, he returned to Japan and passed the audition for the Enren Concert. (Agency for Cultural Affairs 21 Arts Plan) Held a debut recital (sponsored by the Japan Federation of Musicians) at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall, and then held solo recitals at Oji Hall and Hamarikyu Asahi Hall. Its delicate and colorful musicality has been highly acclaimed. Currently, in addition to giving recitals in various places, he is active in a wide range of activities such as lecture concerts and chamber music. In addition, he also teaches younger students, such as serving as a lecturer at Ferris University (2002-2004).