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Fumio Kawamura Piano Recital ?Debut 10th Anniversary Concert?

Fumio Kawamura Piano Recital ?Debut 10th Anniversary Concert?


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Fumio Kawamura Piano Reital

Venue : Tsuda Hall

Tsuda Hall

All seats unreserved 4000 yen

Tickets/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

*Same-day tickets will also be sold. Please purchase at the venue entrance after 13:00 on the 23rd.


Beethoven / Piano Sonata No.8 in C minor op.13
L. Beethoven / Klaviersonate Nr. 8 c-Moll op.13 "Grande Sonate pathtique"

Debussy / Video Vol.2
Debussy / Images II

"Cloches travers les feuilles"
"And the Moon Falls at the Ruined Temple" "Et la lune descend sur le temple qui fut"
"Golden Fish" "Poissons d'or"

Liszt / Years of Pilgrimage Year 1 <Switzerland> from "Obermann's Valley"
Liszt / Premier Anne: Suisse "Valle d'Obermann"

Schumann / Symphonic Etudes op.13
R. Schumann / Sinfonische Etden op.13


Born in Maruoka Town (now Sakai City), Fukui Prefecture. At the age of 5, he received piano lessons from the late Kyoko Kuroki. In 1996, he traveled to the United States as an international exchange program dispatcher. After returning to Japan, he graduated from Toho Gakuen University Music Department, Department of Music Performance, at the top of his class, and received the NTT Docomo Award at the same time.
While still a student at the same university, he won 2nd place in the 67th Music Competition of Japan in the piano section, 1st place in the 4th Kazusa Academia Music Competition, 2nd place in the 1st Tokyo Music Competition in piano section, and many other major domestic competitions. Winning and winning prizes. In addition, he won the 3rd prize in the piano division at the 51st Maria Canals International Music Competition (Spain), the highest prize (2nd prize without 1st prize) at the 23rd Pozzuoli International Piano Competition (Italy), and the Rotary Special Award. Became the youngest recipient of the Edogawa Cultural Encouragement Award.
Since his debut recital in 2002 (sponsored by the Chopin Society of Japan, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall), he has performed various solo activities in various places, including the late Jean Fournet (conductor), Kenichiro Kobayashi (conductor), Kyoko Ito (pianist). ), Michael Daus (violinist), Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, Tivoli Orchestra, etc.
In recent years, he has collaborated with artists who transcend genres, such as domestic premieres of contemporary songs, dubbing for TV dramas, and acting guidance.
She has studied under Shinji Ohno and Yasushi Hirose, and has also taken lessons with Martha Argerich and Dina Joffe.
Currently a part-time lecturer at Toho Gakuen University Music Department and Senzoku Gakuen College of Music Piano Department.
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