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Asuka Miyazaki Piano Recital

Asuka Miyazaki Piano Recital


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Haruka Miyazaki Piano Recital

Venue : Ginza Oji Hall

Ginza Oji Hall

All seats unreserved 3,500 yen

Supported by: All Japan Piano Teachers Association, Toho Gakuen Music Department Alumni Association



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Asuka Miyazaki (piano)
Haruka Miyazaki, piano

After graduating from Toho Girls' High School Music Department and Toho Gakuen University Music Department, she went to France and entered the Paris National Conservatory of Music. While still a student, he won numerous prizes in competitions both in Japan and overseas, including a prize at the national pitina piano competition, second place at the Médoc-Aquitaine International Competition, a special award for contemporary music at the Ferdi Lilli International Competition, and a prize at the contemporary music performance competition "Gakugaku". . Graduated from the same conservatory with first prize.
Selected by audition, he performed Prokofiev's Concerto No. 3 with the Paris National Conservatoire Orchestra. In 2006, he received a special award unanimously approved by the judges, and graduated from the Graduate School of Music at the top of his class. then swiss national
Entered the Geneva Conservatory. In 2009, he graduated from the same conservatory with a concert diploma.
He has performed regularly in France, Switzerland, Spain and other European countries, including regular recitals at the Franco-Japanese Cultural Center in Paris.
Appeared on NHK Educational TV “Super Piano Lesson: Luster of French Music Lecturer Michel Belloff” and Shonan Cable TV.
She has studied piano with Tomoko Yamada, Keiko Takeuchi, Jean-Marie Côté, and Pascal Devaillon. Jacques Louvier and Jean-Marc Luisada regularly teach and improve their skills. Studied chamber music with Eric Lesage, Paul Meyer and Jean-Jacques Barré. Studied forte piano with Patrick Cohen.
In July 2011, after living in Paris for 10 years, he moved to Tokyo, where he actively expanded his activities to include solo recitals, chamber music, and contemporary ensembles, while serving as an instructor and judge for competitions. there is