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Naoki Sekino Piano Recital

Naoki Sekino Piano Recital


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Naoki Sekino Piano Recital
-From Classical Pieces to Jumping Rhapsodies-
—From Classics to Rhapsody—

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

General ¥4000 Student ¥2000

*Please refrain from entering preschool children.

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Beethoven: Piano Sonata Op.27-2 C sharp minor "Moonlight"
LvBeethoven: Klaviersonate op.27-2 cis-moll “Mondschein”

Haydn: Piano Sonata Hob.XVI-37 in D major
J.Haydn: Klaviersonate Hob.XVI-37 D-dur

- Handel-List: Sarabande and Chaconne from "Almira"
G.Hndel=Liszt: Sarabande and Chaconne from “Almira” (Concert Arrangement) S.181

Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (concerto version for two pianos)
G.Gershwin: Rhapsody in Blue (Concerto Version)
[Co-starring: Farkas Gabor]

Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 3 in B flat major
F.Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No.3 B-dur S.244-3

Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 in C sharp minor (Horowitz arrangement)
F.Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No.2 cis-moll S.244-2 (Arr. Horowitz)


○ Naoki Sekino Naoki SEKINO Pianist, Doctor of Arts

“Return of Franz Liszt!”

Born in Chiba Prefecture. After attending Nihon University Toyoyama High School, graduated from Nihon University College of Art, Department of Music, Piano Major, at the top of his class, and completed graduate school at the same university. Since 2001, he has been studying at the Hungarian National Liszt Conservatory as a Hungarian government-sponsored student, and since 2003, as a Nihon University graduate school scholarship student.
In 2001, he won the Grand Prix at the 20th Iizuka Newcomer Music Competition.In 2003, he received a diploma at the 4th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Weimar, Germany, and performed at the Liszt Festival.In 2001, he performed at Suntory Hall Small Hall Since his debut, he has held recitals almost every year (Kioi Hall, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall, etc.) and has received overwhelming acclaim. Germany's Ottobeuren Concert Series, Memmingen, Austria's Riding (Liszt's birthplace), Liszt music. In 2002, he performed with pianist Kemal Gekic. In 2009-2010, he performed Liszt's "Dance of Death" at the "Dance of Death" exhibition -Everybody Tanz mit dem Totentanz- held at the Museum of Fine Arts in Memmingen, and performed "The Magic Finger Zauberfinger". In November 2008, she released her debut CD, ``The World of Liszt,'' which received critical acclaim.
Currently teaching piano at Japan Women's University, teaching music seminars in Budapest and holding master classes throughout Japan.In 2010, she was nominated for the Idemitsu Music Award.
So far, he has studied piano under Kazuko Momozaki, Midori Matsutani, Shioko Yoshida, Atsuko Okada, Akira Jinno, V. Trop, K. Drafie, and K. Gekichi, and musicology and performance interpretation under Noriko Ashikawa.

○ Gbor FARKAS Pianist

After graduating from the Liszt Conservatory of Music in Hungary, completed master's and doctoral courses under the guidance of S.Falvai, A.Nmethy, Z.Kocsis, and T.Vsry. Studied under WG Nabor.Won the 6th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition in Weimar in 2009 and won many prizes.Won the Liszt Prize in 2012. He is also active as a teacher.He has performed extensively in recitals and music festivals throughout Europe, and has been invited to perform in South Korea, Vietnam, China, and Japan in Asia. Released "An evening with Liszt" and won the Grand Prix by the Liszt Society.The second CD was performed live with the Hungarian National Orchestra (Conductor: Z. Kocsis) at the Liszt 200th Anniversary Concert in 2011. (Both CDs are released by Warner Music.) In July 2012, he held a joint recital with Naoki Sekino. This time, Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue will be played on two pianos.