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Ryo Mikami & Jörg Demus Duo Recital

Ryo Mikami & Jörg Demus Duo Recital


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Ryo Mikami, vn & Jörg Demus, pf
Duo Recital

Venue: Ginza Oji Hall
Ginza Oji Hall

¥5,000 Student ¥3,500
[Same-day tickets] Sufficient number of tickets will be sold from 18:30

Supported by: Embassy of Austria, Japan-Austria Cultural Association
Management/Tickets/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

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Oji Hall Ticket Center 03-3567-9990
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[Application Deadline] Must arrive by Tuesday, October 29th

【Application method】
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Lv Beethoven: Sonata No. 5 in F major for violin and piano "Spring" op.24
Ludwig van Beethoven : Sonate fr Violine und Klavier Nr.5 F-dur'Frhling'op.24
J. Demus: Sonata for violin and piano
Jrg Demus : Sonate fr Violine und Klavier
From Debussy's works (piano solo)
Piano Solo from Claude Debussy
C. Franck: Violin Sonata in A major
Csar Franck: Sonate pour violon et piano in A major


Ryo Mikami (violin) Ryo Mikami, vn
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts. While still a student, he won the Ataka Prize, the 2nd prize of the Japan Music Competition, the Kawai Prize, etc. He studied at the Meadows Conservatory of Southern Methodist University in the United States, the Lausanne Conservatory in Switzerland, and the Menuhin International Academy of Music. Studied under Seiji Kageyama, Edouard Schmieder, Pierre Amoyal, and the late Albert Lizzy. Special prize at the Britten International Violin Competition. 2nd place in the Forval Scholarship Stradivarius Competition. Performed throughout Europe as a member of Camerata Lausanne and Camerata Lizzie. In 2007, he performed at the Enesco Music Festival in Romania and released the CD "Dorati, Mendelssohn String Octet". In 2008, released a solo album "Tzigane" from Fontec, which was highly praised in the Mainichi Shimbun, and was selected as one of Umezu Tokihiko's "My 3 Albums of the Month". In 2013, she released her second album "Kanade" from Kojima Recording, and held recitals in Sapporo and Tokyo, which were well received. From 2007 to October 2011, he was the concertmaster of the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra and was also active as a member of the New Kitara Hall Quartet. Currently, in addition to recitals and co-starring with orchestras and chamber ensembles in various places, he is invited as a guest concertmaster by major orchestras. In November 2011, he performed with Jörg Demus at the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra Subscription Concert. He also actively participates in charity concerts, and the Fukushima agricultural group support concert held in Nagasaki in May this year was featured on NHK's "Good Morning Japan." As a member of the Virtus Quartet formed at Iwaki Arios Hall, he regularly holds concerts in various places. Performed with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, etc. Appeared on NHK FM "Meikyoku Recital", "Kimamani Classic", NHK TV "Larala Classic", etc. A member of the Tokyo Mozart Players. From this fall, he will expand his activities as a concertmaster of the Sun Azeria Philharmonica, which is based in Wako City's Sun Azeria Hall. He is also a part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts and a judge at the Music Competition of Japan.
Official website

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Jrg Demus Biography