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Vienna Camerata Schulz Afternoon Masterpiece Concert - City of Dreams, Vienna

Vienna Camerata Schulz Afternoon Masterpiece Concert - City of Dreams, Vienna


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Camerata Schulz Wien Afternoon Concert

Cast: Wien Camerata Schultz, Eriko Sumi (violin)

A light and beautiful masterpiece
With a prestigious Viennese orchestra and an elegant violin.

A fragrant moment on a refreshing May afternoon...

Soloist: Eriko Sumi (violin)
Soloist: Eriko Sumi, violin

Venue : Kioi Hall
Kioi Hall

Non-reserved seat: 2000 yen
[Same-day tickets: Sufficient number of tickets sold from around 13:15]

Sponsor/Contact: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

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Haydn: Serenade
Chrysler: Love's Joy, Love's Sorrow
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Divertimento in D major K136
Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major KV218

*The songs and the order of the songs are subject to change. Please note.


Wiener Camerata Schultz Profile

Eriko Sumi, violin
Born in Tokyo. His grandfather Saburo Sumi was a famous teacher who contributed greatly to the development of the Japanese violin world, and his parents were both violinists.
In 1989, he moved to the United States, and from 1994 to 1998 studied chamber music with Dorothy DeLay and Samuel Sanders at the Juilliard School. In 1994, he won the Michelangelo Abbado International Music Competition, a gateway to success for violinists. In recent years, he has served as a judge for the same competition. In 2007, she won the Italian Music Festival Alice Bel Core Competition. After that, he made his New York debut recital at Carnegie Hall and performed at Every Fisher Hall. Many co-stars with famous orchestras and artists in Japan, America, Italy, Austria, Northern Europe, Bulgaria, etc.
In 2007, released the CD "Appassionato" (includes Carmen Fantasia by Sofia National Philharmonic and Sarasate). In 2009, he performed with the Orchestra Academia delle Opere at the Great Hall of the Verdi Conservatory in Milan, attracting a great deal of attention. In the same year, he performed for the first time as a Japanese at the Hungarian Virtuoso Chamber Orchestra and the Hungarian Parliament Building. He also made his first Japanese appearance at a concert at the Royal Palace in Milan. Appeared on radio programs such as NHK-FM broadcast. In 2010, he won the Toretta Prize in Milan. In 2011, he was appointed as the Furusato Ambassador of Tottori Prefecture. Performed at the Dino Ciani Music Festival in Cortina d'Ampeo, Italy (honorary director Ricardo Muti, music director Geoffrey Swann) and gave a master class. Studied under Reiner Honeck (Vienna Philharmonic Concertmaster) and Edward Wolfson (Stradivarius Society).
Currently residing in Milan, Italy. He continues to play an active role in various places, mainly in Italy and Austria.