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World Winds Virtuoso Series
The Clarinotts, Tokyo

Venue: Toppan Hall
Toppan Hall

Berlin and Vienna, three nobles of the Ottensamer family who are the principals of the world's two greatest orchestras.

Ernst Ottensamer
Ernst Ottensamer

Daniel Ottensamer
Daniel Ottensamer

Andreas Ottensamer
Andreas Ottensamer

Co-starring: Noriko Shibata (piano)
Noriko Shibata, piano

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Organizer/Ticket/Contact: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677

Play guide:
Toppan Hall Ticket Center 03-5840-2222
Ticket Pia 0570-02-9999 [P code]
Lawson Ticket 0570-000-407 (operator)
Confetti 03-5215-1903


Mozart Divertimento No.5
Mozart : Divertimento No.5

Mendelssohn: Concert Piece No. 1 (p)
Mendelssohn Konzertstck Nr.1

Drushsky: Trio
Druschetzky Trio

Doppler Rigoletto Fantasy (p)
Doppler Rigoletto

Ponchielli Ilconvegno for 2 clarinets (p)
Ponchielli Il convegno

Kovac Hungarian Folk Song (p)
Kovacs Hungarian Folk Songs (Hommage a Kodaly)

Bartok Piece for 3 clarinets
Bartok Suite

Monty Czardash (p)
Monti Crardas

Koreni Five and more for three clarinets
Korenyi Five and more

*The songs and the order of the songs are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.


Ernst Ottensamer (clarinet) Ernst Ottensamer, clarinet
Born in Austria in 1955. In 1979, he became a member of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, and since 1983 he has been active as a solo principal. Since 1986, he has been teaching at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, and in 2000 he became a professor at the same university. In addition to being active in ensembles such as the Wiener Virtuosen, the Vienna Wind Ensemble, and the Wiener Solisten Trio, he has also performed with the Alban Berg String Quartet, the Altis String Quartet, the Hugo Wolff String Quartet, and Sir Simon.・Co-starred with Rattle, André Previn, Daniel Barenboim, Oleg Meissenberg, Rudolf Buchbinder, Stefan Vlader, Julian Rachlin, Mischa Maisky, Edita Gruberova, Angelika Kirchschlager, Julian Banze, and others. Wiener Philharmoniker, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, Budapest Philharmonic Orchestra, Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, Linz Bruckner Orchestra, Göchingen Choir, and guest performances with famous Philharmonic Orchestra in Japan, such as Zubin Mehta, Sandor Veeg, Helmut Rilling, Leopold・Collaborated with conductors such as Harger, Simone Young, Yutaka Sado and Sir Colin Davis. Released many CDs for both solo and chamber music.

Daniel Ottensamer, clarinet
Born 1986 in Vienna. Since 2009, he has been the principal player of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna State Opera Orchestra.
Won prizes at many international competitions, including the 2009 Carl Nielsen International Clarinet Competition (Denmark) and the 2006 "Animat Foundation" International Clarinet Competition (Zurich). As a soloist, he has performed with the NHK Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, the Munich Radio Orchestra, the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Essen-Folkwang Chamber Orchestra, the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, and the Odense Symphony Orchestra. He has also performed with Lorin Maazel, Adam Fischer, Ivor Bolton, Ralf Weikert and many others. Many tours and master classes are held in Asian countries, America and Europe.
Chamber music with Angelika Kirchschlager, Barbara Bonney, Thomas Hampson, Bernarda Fink, Julian Rachlin, Clemens Hagen, Stephan Vlader, Steude String Quartet, Aron Quartet, "The Philharmonics" He is also active in ensembles such as Brahms and Weber's clarinet sonata (piano: Christoph Traxler) "Classic Concert Records" are released.

Andreas Ottensamer, clarinet
In March 2011, at the age of 22, he was appointed principal player of the Berliner Philharmoniker.
Born 1989 in Vienna. Studied piano at the age of 4, cello at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna at the age of 10, switched to the clarinet at the age of 11, and since 2003 studied under Johann Hindler at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.
He began his orchestral career as a member of the Mahler Youth Orchestra, appearing in the Wiener Staatsoper/Wiener Philharmoniker. In 2009, while studying at Harvard University, he entered the Berlin Philharmonic Academy. After serving as principal flutist of the Deutsches Symphoniker Berlin, he was appointed principal flutist of the Berliner Philharmoniker in March 2011. He has performed around the world at Musikverein Vienna, Konzerthaus Wien, Linz Brucknerhaus, Graz Musikverein, Berlin Philharmonie, Berlin Templodome, Rotterdam Te Drain, Seoul Arts Center. He has also performed with Murray Perahia, Leif Ove Andsnes, Leonidas Kavakos, Janine Jansen, Clemens Hagen and Yo-Yo Ma.
In February 2013, he signed an exclusive recording contract with Deutsche Grammophon/Mercury Classics, and released his debut album "Portraits-Clarinet Album" in May 2013. He also actively collaborates with other fields, such as participating in Tori Amos' new album "Night of Hunters".
My hobby is sports. Especially for soccer, he established the soccer team "Wien Virtuosen" with his older brother Daniel and participates in matches in Vienna as much as time permits.

Noriko Shibata, piano
After graduating from Hamamatsu Gakugei High School music department, moved to Australia. Graduated from the Vienna Conservatorium Private University (formerly the Vienna City Conservatory) with the highest grades. Since attending the university, he has been active not only as a piano soloist, but also as a chamber musician and a corpetitor.
He is a disciple of Michael Papst (former soloist of the Vienna State Opera) and the exclusive accompanist of Vincent Schamacher, a soloist of the Wiener Volksoper. In 2010, he participated in the contemporary music project "Carte Blanche 'Wiener Brut'" at the Vienna Music Society Grösner Saal under the direction of pianist Marino Formenti. In 2011, he performed at the concert commemorating the 200th anniversary of the birth of Franz Liszt at the same hall. Solo recital at the Bösendorfer Saal, invited as a scholarship student and soloist of the Rotary Club of Krems Wachau, solo recital at Krems, International Karl Loew Society in Germany in 2013 At the sponsored concert, he served as an accompaniment to the songs and was well received. Received the Erica Charlie Encouragement Award.
Studied piano with Carmen Graf and Otto Probst, and chamber music and accompaniment with Klaus-Christian Schuster, Meinhard Prinz, and Denise Benda.