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Ken Matsuura Piano Recital

Ken Matsuura Piano Recital


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Ken Matsuura Piano Recital

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

General ¥4,000 Student ¥2,000
[Same-day tickets] Tickets will be sold at the entrance of the venue from 13:30.
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Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677
Support: Embassy of the Republic of Hungary Japan-Hungary Friendship Association (pending)

photo: S. Imura


D. Scarlatte: 3 sonatas
Domenico Scarlatti : 3 Sonatas

B. Bartok: Romanian Folk Dances
Bla Bartk : Romn npi tncok

I. Stravinsky: 3 movements from Petrouchka
Igor Stravinsky: Trois Mouvements de Ptrouchka


F. Chopin: Prelude in C sharp minor Op.45
Frdric Chopin : Prlude in C-sharp minor op.45

F. Chopin: Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor, Op.58
Frdric Chopin : Piano Sonata No.3 in B minor op.58


Ken Matsuura, pf
Learned piano at the Talented Education Study Group from an early age. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts and its graduate school. Since 1993, he has been studying at the Hungarian National Liszt Conservatory. Hungarian Government Scholarship International Student. In 1996, he won the "20th Century Music Best Performance Award" at the Slovakia Bratislava International Piano Competition. Performing mainly in Budapest. Returned to Japan in March 2002. In September of the same year, debut recital at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall. Since then, in his regular recital activities, "The beauty of soft sounds born from delicate breathing and delicate keystrokes", "The unique characteristics and fun of the work overflows, and the essence is wonderfully expressed" (Chopin) Magazine), ``Sophisticated Musicality'' (Musica Nova Magazine), and ``Showing off her talent as a chamber music pianist who responds in a timely manner'' (Ongaku no Tomo Magazine). While doing solo and accompaniment performances in various places, he is expanding his activities, such as writing for piano magazines and appearing on TV Asahi's "Untitled Concert". So far, he has studied piano under F. Rados, S. Farvay, P. Naju, A. Kemenesh, Shozo Tsubota, and Kenji Watanabe, and chamber music under S. Devic, L. Berman, V. Merzhanov, D. He also studied in Bashkirov's master class. Lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music and Faculty of Music at Ferris University.