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Stephan Schultz Bass Trombone Recital [Tokyo Performance]

Stephan Schultz Bass Trombone Recital [Tokyo Performance]


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Stefan Schulz Bass Trombone Recital

Venue : Japan Evangelical Lutheran Tokyo Church
Japan Evangelical Lutheran Church

All unreserved seats ¥4,000 Students ¥3,000

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* Preschool children are not allowed to enter.

Co-starring: Ryoko Sawaki (piano)

Sponsor: Buffet Group Japan Co., Ltd.

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

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S. Hürger: Concerto
M. Glinka: Don't try to trick me
A. Dargomyzyski: I mourn
P. Tchaikovsky: At the ball, only those who know longing
A. Lebedev: Concerto No.1
D. Schneider: “1941”
GP Telemann: Sonata in F minor
E. Ewazen: Concertino
D. Schneider: Suite

*Songs and song order are subject to change. Thank you for your understanding.


Stefan Schulz,bass trombone

Changed from horn to trombone. Studied in Berlin and Chicago. From 1993 to 2002, he joined the Berliner Philharmoniker after working as a bass trombone player at the Berlin State Opera Orchestra. Between 1996 and 2002 he also performed with the Bayreuth Festival Orchestra.
Since the beginning of his career, he has also devoted a great deal of effort to education, having taught at the Orchestra Academy of the Berlin State Opera and the Hochschule für Musik-Theater Hannover. Since the summer of 2004, he has been a professor at the Berlin University of the Arts.
He has performed with many famous orchestras such as the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Hamburg Philharmonic, the Dresden Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Columbus Symphony Orchestra.
Also active as a chamber musician, he is a member of the Berliner Philharmoniker Brass Ensemble and is a regular guest with the German Brass. The Bourne Quartet" is formed and is attracting a great deal of attention.
He has collaborated extensively with composer and saxophonist Daniel Schneider, performing on premieres and recordings of his works and with the Daniel Schneider Trio.
He has premiered and recorded many works by composers such as Jean-Michel Defay, Niels Martinsen and Paul Lusas. He has released two CDs from BIS so far.
I use the instrument of Antoine Courtois.

Ryoko Sawaki, piano

Graduated from the Toho Women's High School of Music, majoring in music, and went to France in the same year. Graduated from the piano department of the Paris National Conservatoire with the highest score, and the chamber music department with the highest score. At the same time, he obtained a higher diploma in the ecriture department. In 2000, he became a trainee for overseas artists of the Agency for Cultural Affairs and further studied. In 1989 and 1994, he won the gold prize at the PTNA Piano Competition and was invited to the San Marino Music Festival. In 1999, he won the 3rd prize at the Forum de Normandie Chamber Music Competition, in 2002 he won the 3rd prize at the Albert Roussel International Competition in Bulgaria, and the following year he was a finalist at the Vittorio Gui International Chamber Music Competition. In the same year, he received the Best Romantic Performance Award in Israel, where he held a workshop. After returning to Japan in 2006, he held a solo recital, served as the official pianist of the PMF (Pacific Music Festival in Sapporo), and performed with members of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. there is
Part-time lecturer at Toho Gakuen University Music Department.