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Michiyo Haneishi Plus Hindemith

Michiyo Haneishi Plus Hindemith


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Michiyo Haneishi + Paul Hindemith

Takumi Kainuma (Alto saxophone)
Yuko TOMIOKA (Tenor Saxophone)
Satoki NAGAOKA (Viola,Violin)
Gen Takeuchi (Violin)
Go Tomono Go Tomono (Viola)
Gen ASABUKI (Cello)
Atsushi KURAMOCHI (Contrabass)

Venue : Hamarikyu Asahi Hall

All seats are unreserved: 3,000 yen for adults, 2,500 yen for students
[Same-day tickets sold from 18:00]

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Hindemith Paul Hindemith

Ludus tonalis
Studies in Counterpoint, Tonal Organization & Piano Playing (1942)
Ludus Tonalis "A Play of Sounds"
~Practice of counterpoint and tonality, and piano performance~

fr Klavier, Bratschen und Heckelphon oder Tenorsaxophon, op.47(1928)
for trio piano, viola and heckelphone or tenor saxophone

fr Althorn(Alto Saxophon) in Es und Klavier(1943)
Sonata for alto horn (or alto saxophone)

Theme with four Variations (according to the four Temperaments)
for String Orchestra and Piano (1940)
Theme and Variations "The Four Temperaments" for string orchestra and piano


Michiyo Haneishi (Piano)
Born in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture. After attending Tokyo University of the Arts High School of Music, he graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts at the top of his class and received the Ataka Award and the Acanthus Music Award. Graduated from the same graduate school at the top of his class and won the Kreutzer Prize.
Selected for the 2nd Emerging Musician Concert Concert Marronnier 21 Piano Category, won the 10th Japan Chamber Music Competition as a duo with Eriko Sasaki (Vn), won 1st prize in the Yachiyo Music Competition Piano Category and the Mayor's Award. After that, held a solo recital at Sogakudo Debut Concert Series. Performed piano concerto with Geidai Philharmonia, Yachiyo Symphony Orchestra, Tochigi Symphony Orchestra, and Utsunomiya Junior Orchestra. As an accompanist, he has performed with domestic and international soloists such as Jean-Yves Fourmeaux (sax). Fiscal 2011 "Children's Culture and Art Experience Project for the Next Generation" Dispatch Project Participated in the Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction Support Project, visiting and performing at elementary and junior high schools in Tochigi Prefecture.
In 1999, he established OCTAVE, a planning and performance group, and held concerts in Utsunomiya and Tokyo. Aiming for concerts with a theme, following the Sempre vivo series (8 times in total), he is continuing the "Michiyo Haneishi Plus Series" with unique programming that interweaves not only solos but also ensembles.
In addition, along with Yuko Tomioka (sax), she appeared in Series FOCUS and the concert of the composer group "Tokyo Rakuha" and witnessed the release of new songs.
She has studied piano under Hideko Oyama, Shoko Nakayama, and Michiko Ta, chamber music under Ichiro Nohira and Nobuko Yamazaki, and accompaniment under Takehiko Yamada.
Currently a performance researcher at Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Wind and Percussion Instruments. Also lecturer at Utsunomiya Kyowa University and Nippon Sport Science University.

- Takumi Kainuma (Alto saxophone)
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Music, Department of Instrumental Music (wind and percussion) at the top of his class, and won the Ataka Award and Acanthus Music Award. Completed master's course at the same university. Won 2nd prize in the saxophone category at the 22nd Japan Wind and Percussion Competition. Nonaka Saxophone Competition, 3rd Prize in the Classical Category. Won 3rd prize at the 4th Adolphe Sax International Competition (Dinant, Belgium). In 2007, he held a solo debut recital at Hamarikyu Asahi Hall in Tokyo, which was well received. He has performed as a soloist with the Geidai Philharmonia and the Royal Belgian Wallony Chamber Orchestra. As a clover saxophone quartet and a tenor saxophonist, he performs recitals and other activities in various places. Released the CDs "CLOVER" and "Precious" (record art magazine special edition) from King Records. Siena Wind Orchestra, tenor saxophonist. Member of the Liaison Saxophone Ensemble. He has studied saxophone under Kazuo Tomioka, Nobuya Sugawa, and Takenobu Nohara, and chamber music under Hitoshi Nakamura. Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, Kurashiki Sakuyo University, Tokyo University of the Arts, and Diploma Course at Shobi College of Music.

● Yuko TOMIOKA (Tenor Saxophone)
After studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the master's course at the same university.
After that, he went to France and graduated from the Conservatoire de Bourg-la-Rennes, France, with a special award unanimously approved by the jury. Also, in chamber music, the award for excellence was unanimous by all the judges. In 2007, he performed at the "Concert for Young Talents of Japanese Music" sponsored by the Japan Cultural Institute in Paris. Well received. Currently, in addition to regular solo activities such as recitals, he is active in a wide range of activities, including chamber music activities as a tenor player of "Saxophone Quartet Athena", appearances as an extra in various orchestras, and focusing on teaching younger generations. there is At the end of April 2013, the first album of "Saxophone Quartet Athena" will be released from Meister Music. He has studied saxophone with Kazuo Tomioka, Nobuya Sugawa, Kimitaka Hirano, and Erwan Fagan, and chamber music with Hitoshi Nakamura and Didier Deltre.

● Satoki NAGAOKA (Viola, Violin)
After studying at the high school attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, then completing the master's course at the same university and the graduate school at the same university, he completed the doctoral course in chamber music. Obtained the first Ph.D. (music) from the same university's chamber music department through research on Schubert's chamber music.
Currently, in addition to solo and chamber music performances, he is a guest concertmaster in various orchestras such as Yokohama Sinfonietta Concertmaster, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Kobe City Chamber Ensemble.
Also, as a part-time lecturer at the Department of Chamber Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, he also teaches younger musicians.

Gen Takeuchi (Violin)
Born in Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture. Started playing the violin at the age of 4.
After graduating from Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School, graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts. Completed the master's course at the same graduate school of music.
The 37th All-Shikoku Music Competition Stringed Instrument Category Grand Prize Winner.
From 2003 to 2006, participated in the Haramura Chamber Music Seminar and received the Midori no Kaze Encouragement Award.
In 2004, he participated in the Kuhmo Music Festival in Finland.
2006-2007 Participated in the Simon Goldberg Memorial Seminar.
In 2007, participated in ADVENT seminar & Christmas concert.
Performed at the Old Sogakudo Thursday Concert, Geidai Ravel Project, Geidai Chamber Music Regular Concert, Asian Music Festival 2010 in Tokyo, etc.
She has studied violin under Taeko Fujino, Yoshiko Hattori, Momoyo Haratani, Kiyoshi Okayama, and Katsuya Matsubara.
Currently active in various fields such as orchestral music, chamber music, and contemporary music.

Go Banno Go Tomono (Viola)
Dropped out of the Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo, and graduated from the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. She has studied viola under Junji Suganuma and Masazumi Tanamura, violin under Ikuko Izaki, and baroque violin under Natsumi Wakamatsu. Appeared in the Doseikai Rookie Concert and won the Doseikai Award. As a viola player, he was the principal violist of the Tokyo University of the Arts Orchestra Research Department, and a contract member of the NHK Symphony Orchestra. The Ayame String Trio's CD "Japan String Trio World II" was selected as a work to participate in the 2012 Agency for Cultural Affairs Art Festival.

Gen Asabuki Gen ASABUKI (Cello)
Started playing the cello at the age of 6. Graduated from Toho Gakuen High School Music Department. Appeared in the graduation concert. Completed Toho Gakuen College Soloist Diploma Course. Performed with the Toho Gakuen Orchestra. He has taken masterclasses from world-renowned masters such as the late Boris Pergamenschikov, Mario Brunello, and Philippe Müller. Appeared in the Toho Gakuen Chamber Music Concert. Also participated in the premiere and re-performance of works by Toshi Ichiyanagi, Yoshio Mamiya, Masaki Houkura and Hitomi Kaneko at the Toho Gakuen Composer's Concert. Appears frequently at group NEXT exhibitions and premieres works by Masaki Houkura. Saito Kinen Participated in a chamber music workshop for young musicians. In 2004 and 2005, he was selected as a soloist at the Coupra Music Festival in Italy for two consecutive years and performed with the orchestra. He has studied under Hakuro Mouri, Toshiaki Hayashi, and Tsuyoshi Takada. Principal cellist of the Yokohama Sinfonietta. Quartet Caldo member. In 2006, he gave recitals in Tokyo and Hamamatsu. He is also active in solo and chamber music.

Atsushi Kuramochi (Contrabass)
Born in Ibaraki prefecture. Started contrabass at the age of 17.
After studying music at Ibaraki Prefectural Toride Shoyo High School, graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Instrumental Music.
He has performed at the Seiji Ozawa Music Academy, the Beppu Argerich Music Festival, the Miyazaki International Music Festival, and the Hofu Music Festival.
Focusing on orchestral and chamber music, he is active in various genres such as studio recording.
Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at the Tokyo University of the Arts Orchestra Research Department (Geidai Philharmonia) and the Music High School attached to the University's Faculty of Music.