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Woodwind and Piano melody ?With Jörg Demus

Woodwind and Piano melody ?With Jörg Demus


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Woodwinds with Joerg Demus

Venue : Hakuju Hall

All seats are unreserved General ¥5,000 Students ¥3,500 Concert second half ticket ¥3,000

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A. Reichia / Woodwind Quintet in D major, Op.91, No3 (Fl Ob Cl Hr Fg)
G. Rossini / Sonata No.3 in B flat major for woodwind quartet (Original C major) (Fl Cl Hr Fg)
Lv Beethoven/Piano Sonata No.17 in D Minor "Tempest" Op.31-2
WA Mozart/Divertimento in E flat major KV252 (Ob Fg Pf)
WA Mozart/Rondo in A minor KV 511
WA Mozart / Quintet for oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon and piano KV 452


Jrg Demus, piano
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Masahiro Itoi, flute
In 1969, he entered the Department of Instrumental Music at Tokyo University of the Arts. In 1970, he performed at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan newcomer concert. In 1971, he won the Ataka Prize at the university. In 1973, he entered the Graduate School of Music and completed his studies in 1975. In 1976, he won the 3rd prize in the wind instrument category of the 45th Music Competition of Japan, and joined the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra in the same year. In 1980, he moved to the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and served as principal flutist until 1997. Recital in 1982 and 1985, ``Flute Concerto Evening'' in 1991, ``Flute Concerto Afternoon'' in 1996, ``Flute Concerto Afternoon U'' in 1998, and ``Flute Concerto Afternoon ''V in 2003. won. In 2008, he left the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. He has studied under Masao Yoshida, Yasuharu Takahashi, and Tsuyoshi Koizumi. Currently the secretary general of the Japan Flute Association.

● Kosei Maekawa, oboe
Born in Iwaki City, Fukushima Prefecture. Studied oboe under Morizo ​​Maruyama. Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music. Joined the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra as a solo oboe. A.Reed, F.Fennell, J.Burns has received a great deal of trust. In 1985, he went to Munich to study under Manfred Clement. After returning to Japan, he returned to the group and has been active in a wide range of activities, such as solo recitals (piano: Reiko Honjo) in front of Prince Akishino (NHK Hall) and collaborations between oboe and contemporary dance. In 1993, at the invitation of conductor T. Sanderling, he became the principal oboist of the Osaka Symphonica Orchestra. Since 2000, he has been the solo oboe and representative of "Oratorio Symphonica JAPAN" and since 2010, the orchestra "TOKYO Oratorio Symphony" that brings dreams to life. Many CDs such as "Mozart: Serenade No.10,12" and "J. Burns: Autumn Hitorigo". In 2011, released solo CDs "ROMANS" and "Nostalgia".

● Shin Sugiyama, clarinet
Started playing the flute at the age of 12 and studied under the late Ms. Ririko Hayashi. At the age of 15, he switched to the clarinet. Graduated from Toho Gakuen University. Studied clarinet and chamber music under the late Riyo Kitazume. Participated in the Salzburg International Summer Academy in 1981. Studied under the late Rudolf Yettel. In 1984, he joined the Shinsei Nippon Symphony Orchestra (currently the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra). In 1987, he joined the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and is currently the principal player. As a soloist, he has performed many Mozart concertos with the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. He is also active in the Philharmonic Kammer Ensemble, which consists of East Philharmonic members. Held recitals in 2007, 2009, and 2011, including ``Hana no Sotai Kaze no Uta'' (Toshiba EMI), ``Chamber Music Concert - From Brahms Sounds'', ``Philharmonic Kammer Ensemble Concert 2008 in Opera City'', 2009 Released a recital CD.

Akira Imai, horn
Born in Tokyo in 1958 and raised in Koga City, Ibaraki Prefecture. He started playing the trombone in the brass band club in junior high school, switched to the horn in high school, and studied by himself. Entered Waseda University. Performed Till Eulenspiegel's horn solo under the direction of Karajan at the university's symphony orchestra open practice. After that, he entered the special course of Tokyo University of the Arts, joined the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra in his first year, and has been with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra for 30 years. He has been the first horn player for many years under the supervision of famous conductors such as Yoichiro Omachi, Tadaaki Otaka, and V. Neumann. He has studied the horn with Shunsuke Wakiya, Kozo Moriyama, and G. Seifert. Received the Azusa Ono Memorial Award from Waseda University in 1978 (co-winner was Seko, a marathoner). 1985 Selected for the 2nd Japan Wind and Percussion Competition. In addition to performing with the East Philharmonic Orchestra, he has extensive experience as a conductor and coach of amateur citizen orchestras. He also gives many rehabilitation lessons for amateur horn players.

Kiyoshi Ohganeku, bassoon
Born in Ishigaki City, Okinawa Prefecture in 1955. He began playing bassoon under Takehiro Itokazu when he was in Shuri High School, and studied under the late Heihachiro Mita, Yoshihide Kiryu, and F. Henker at Kunitachi College of Music. While still a student, he performed at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recommended Concert, and joined the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra when he graduated in 1981. Studied with R. Small at Tanglewood in 1993, and at the Affinis Music Festival in 1994, 1995 and 2002 with the late G. Corey and F. Tesman. From 1995 to 2006, he served as the principal player of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, gave his first recital in Tokyo in 1997, performed with M. Burg and H. Schellenberger in 2003, and performed with T. Rohde in 2007. . In 2000, he performed "Furusato Chamber Music" in Ishigaki and Naha, and in 2003 he gave a recital at Palette Citizen Theater in Naha. Received the Encouragement Award of the 2003 Art Selection Award from the Okinawa Times. Currently, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra Associate Principal.