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Atsuko Sahara vn. & Emiko Imagawa pf. Duo Recital

Atsuko Sahara vn. & Emiko Imagawa pf. Duo Recital


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Atsuko Sahara, vn. & Emiko Imagawa, pf.
Duo Recital

Venue: Tsuda Hall

[Unreserved seat] ¥3,000

Supported by Tokyo University of the Arts Music Department Doseikai, Japan-Romania Association, Embassy of Romania
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WA Mozart: Clavier Sonata in G major for violin accompaniment K379
WA Mozart : Sonata for Piano and Violin in G major, K379

I. Stravinsky: Italian Suite
I. Stravinsky : Suite italienne
C. Franck: Prelude, Fugue and Variations in B Minor, Op.18 (Piano Solo)
C. Franck : Prlude, fugue et variation in b minor, op.18 [piano solo]

G. Enescu: Violin Sonata No. 3 Romanian Folk Style Op.25
G. Enesco : Sonata for Violin and Piano No.3 in a minor, op.25 'Dans le caractre populaire Roumanin'

*The program is subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.


●Atsuko Sahara (violin) Atsuko Sahara, vn.
Graduated from the Music High School attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, and completed the master's course at the same graduate school. Studied violin under Noriko Shimosaki, Kazuki Sawa, Takayoshi Wanami, and Marat Visengaliev. Studied abroad in Vienna for two years as an overseas trainee for artists by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and studied under Johannes Meissl at the chamber music department of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Won the highest award at the Austrian International Chamber Music Festival, won the Stradivarius Competition, and won the Uralsk International Violin Competition. Released debut CD "Atsuko Sahara Works for Violin & Piano" from Quartz. He is actively performing in recitals and concerts not only in Japan but also in the United States, England, Scotland, Kazakhstan, and India. For three years from 2009, he served as a part-time lecturer at the Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Chamber Music, and is currently a part-time lecturer at the Tokyo University of the Arts Orchestra Research Department (Geidai Philharmonia) and a member of Ensemble of Tokyo. Official website:

● Emiko Imagawa (piano) Emiko Imagawa, pf.
Started playing the piano at the age of 4. Graduated from Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School. After studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the master's course in chamber music at the same graduate school. She has studied piano under Masako Nakajima, Masako Kashiwagi, Susumu Aoyagi, Kan Tajika, G. Tacchino, and Asami Miyake. Studied solfege under Kenji Kunikoshi. Studied chamber music under Katsuya Matsubara, Akira Eguchi, and Takako Yamazaki. In 2006, he won first place in the Rose Piano Competition. In 2007, he performed at the Ichikawa Rookie Concert and won the Excellence Award. Attended the Courchevel Summer Seminar. In 2008, he won the Debussy Prize at the Yokohama International Music Competition. In 2009, he won the Yachiyo Piano Competition. 1st place in the Japan Performer Competition. 2011, 2nd place in the Yamanote Hill Contest. In 2012, attended the Chamber Music Academy at the Kirishima Music Festival. Currently, in addition to choral accompaniment and conducting accompaniment, he is also active in solo and chamber music.