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Taeko Oshima Piano Recital

Taeko Oshima Piano Recital


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Taeko Oshima Piano Recital in Tokyo

Venue : Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

All seats are unreserved 4000 yen (There is no sale of tickets on the day)

Supported by: Embassy of Switzerland

Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


D. Scarlatti Piano Sonata
D. Scarlatti Piano Sonata
D minor K.213, L.108
G major K.146, L.349
F minor K.481, L.187
F major K.525, L.188

D minor K.1, L.366
D major K.29, L.461
B minor K.87, L.33
D major K.96, L.465

F. Schubert Piano Sonata D959 in A major
F. Schubert Sonate fr Klavier D959 A-dur


She started playing the piano at the age of 5, studied music at Toho Girls' High School, and studied at the Freiburg University of Music in Germany, graduating from the same university's performer course and soloist course with the highest honors. Studied piano with Yoshie Takara, Kazuko Yasukawa, Edith Pict-Axenfeldt, Thibaut Hazai and Hubert Harry. He also frequently participates in summer courses by Georges Chebek and Paul Badura-Skoda. Received numerous awards for both solo chamber music, including the Best Accompanist Award in the Cello Division of the Tchaikovsky Competition and the Gold Medal at the Epinal International Piano Competition. Start.
In addition to concerts and radio appearances in Switzerland, Sweden, Finland, Germany, and Austria, he has performed with orchestras in Switzerland, Hungary, and Romania. In 1984, she formed the Esterhazy Trio with her husband Ferenc Sedlak. He continued to perform in various places in Europe and Japan, and was well received.
After teaching at the Basel Academy of Music (university) in Switzerland, he is currently teaching juniors at the Bern Conservatory, and regularly returns to Japan. We are energetically doing lectures and public lessons for.
In the summer of 2005, he gave an opening concert as a piano solo at the Mendelssohn Festival in Wengen, Switzerland, and in the autumn, with the support of the Swiss National Prohelvetia Foundation, he performed as a violinist to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the death of Arthur Honegger. Together with Alexander Gavrilovich, concertmaster of the Bern Symphony Orchestra, he performed in various parts of Japan, Switzerland, and Vienna, Austria, and released a CD of Honegger's works at the same time. After that, he performed the Czech Prague Camerata, Bach's Concerto, and Schumann's Piano Quintet to great acclaim.

From 2008 to 2009, translated and published John Thompson's "First Piano Tutorial" (3 volumes) and "Thompson's Hanon" from Yamaha Music Media.