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Shinnosuke Tashiro Piano Recital

Shinnosuke Tashiro Piano Recital


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Shinnosuke Tashiro Piano Recital

Venue : Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara Small Hall Sapporo Concert Hall Kitara Recital Hall

Sponsors: Mainichi Shimbun, Hokkaido Shimbun, All Japan Piano Teachers Association, Kreutzer Memorial Society

Photo: Kiyotane Hayashi


JS Bach:
Well-Tempered Clavier I No.24 in B Minor, BWV869
Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Teil I, Nr.24 h-moll BWV869
Well-Tempered Clavier II No.23 in B major, BWV892
Das wohltemperierte Klavier, Teil II, Nr. H-dur BWV892
Two Romanian Dances op.8a Sz43
2 Romanian Daces op.8a Sz43
Sonatine Sz55
Sonatina Sz55
Romanian Folk Dance Sz56
Romanian folk dances Sz56
Impromptu on Hungarian Peasant Song op.20 Sz74
Improvisations on Hungarian Peasant Songs op.20 Sz74
F. Chopin:
Mazurka in A minor op.17-4
Mazurka in A minor op.17-4
Mazurka in C major op.56-2
Mazurka in C major op.56-2
Mazurka in F sharp minor op.59-3
Mazurka in F sharp minor op.59-3
Piano Sonata No. 3 in B minor op.58
Sonata for piano No.3 B minor op.58


Shinnosuke Tashiro
1975 29th All Japan Student Music Competition (sponsored by Mainichi Shimbun) Junior high school division 1st place. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 1983. Selected for the 52nd Music Competition of Japan (co-sponsored by Mainichi Shimbun and NHK), and won the Kawai Prize in the Overseas Dispatch Contest. 1984-86 Studied at Liszt Conservatory in Hungary. 1985 Epinal International Competition 5th prize. In 1986, she won a medal at the Maria Canals International Music Competition. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 1987 and won the Kreutzer Prize. Since then, he has held recitals regularly in Tokyo and Sapporo, and has been active in concerts, public lectures, and recordings in various places. In 2009, he released the CD "Bartók Piano Collection I" ("Record Geijutsu" special edition), and in 2011 "List Piano Works". Edited and commented on the 2010 score "Bartok Dances" (Yamaha Music Media). He studied under Toyoaki Matsuura, Teruji Karashima, and Peter Shoimosz, and further studied under Georg Vaschaheli, Laszlo Simon, and others. Currently an associate professor at Musashino Academia Musicae and a part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts.