Kanako Kojima Piano Recital

Kanako Kojima Piano Recital


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Canako Kojima Piano Recital

Venue : Tsuda Hall

All seats are unreserved General ¥3,500 Student ¥3,000
[Same-day tickets] Tickets will be sold at the entrance of Tsuda Hall from around 18:15.
Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677
Supported by: All Japan Piano Teachers Association


F. Liszt
From Italian Soiree 〈Spring〉
Soirees italiennes S.411 'La primavera'

Two Legends Lgendes S.175
1. St. Francis of Assisi speaking to the birds
"St.Franios d'Assise, la proposition aux oiseaux"

2. St. Francis of Paula walking on water
"St.Franios de Paule marchant sur les flots"

Dance of Death - Paraphrase by the Day of Wrath -
Totentanz - Paraphrase ber Dies Irae S.126

M. Mussorgsky: Suite Pictures at an Exhibition
M.Mussorgsky: Tableaux d'une exposition


Kanako Kojima (piano) Canako Kojima, pianist

From the age of 4, he studied piano and violin at the Ekoda Music School attached to Musashino Academia Musicae. Graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae in 2010, completed master's course at the same graduate school in 2012. Received the Naoaki Fukui Memorial Scholarship in 2010 and 2011 while at school. Appeared in the Musashino Academia Musical College Graduation Concert and Newcomer Concert (Tsuda Hall). Selected for the 80th Yomiuri Rookie Concert (Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Grand Hall) and at the same concert, and performed at the 19th JMC Concert (Suntory Hall Blue Roses) sponsored by Nihon Keiei Club. In 2008, she was selected for the Osaka International Music Competition, won 3rd prize at the 8th North Kanto Piano Competition, and won 2nd prize at the 2009 Asian International Music Competition. Passed the 39th International Federation of Arts Newcomer Audition, passed the 35th Ienaga Piano Audition, and performed at the same concert (Tsuda Hall). In Italy, he attended the Palazzo Costagouti International Music Festival (Mr. Sergei Edelman) and the Chigiana Conservatory (Mr. Lilya Zilberstein) master class, and performed at the same concert. In addition, he has performed at Rainbow 21 Suntory Hall debut concert, Tokyo selected historical building piano concert. She has studied under Sanae Suzuki, Toko Ito, Naoaki Fukui, and Kemal Gekichi.
Currently a lecturer at the Ekoda Music School attached to Musashino Academia Musicae.