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Ai Kayukawa Piano Recital

Ai Kayukawa Piano Recital


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Ai Kayukawa Piano Recital

Venue : Ginza Oji Hall

Ginza Oji Hall

Free seating
Adults ¥4,000 / Students ¥3,000

Sponsored by Tokyo University of the Arts Music Faculty Doseikai, J. F. Oberlin University School of Arts and Culture,
Polish Information and Cultural Center

Inquiries/Management: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


Mozart: Rondo in D major KV485
:Fantasy in D Minor KV397
: Sonata in F major KV533/494
Chopin: Three Mazurkas, Op.50
: Impromptu in G flat major, Op.51
: Ballad in F Minor, Op.52
: Polonaise in A flat major, Op.53

WAMozart: Rondo D major KV485
Fantasie D minor KV397
Sonata F major KV533/494
F.Chopin:3 Mazurka op.50
:Impromptu Ges-dur op.51
:Ballade f-moll op.52
: Polonaise As-dur op.53


Ai Kayukawa, piano

Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Music, Department of Instrumental Music, and completed the master's course at the same university. Traveled to Europe as a scholarship student from the Polish government and as an overseas trainee for up-and-coming artists from the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Graduated from Warsaw Chopin College of Music with unanimous accolades.

While still a student, he won numerous prizes in domestic and international competitions, including winning the 1st prize at the 14th Japan Mozart Music Competition. 1st prize at the 4th Euterpe International Piano Competition (Italy). At the 10th Mozart International Competition, he won the Berenreiter Uretext Prize, which is a special prize (Salzburg, Austria). Won 4th prize (1st prize not applicable) at the 8th JS Bach International Piano Competition (Würzburg, Germany).
He has performed in Warsaw and other parts of Europe, and has performed in Weimar, Germany on the recommendation of Ms. Vera Gornostaeva. At the opening of the "Najdusze Urodziny Fryderyk Chopin200lat" concert, he appeared as the only Japanese performer and was broadcast on BBC and other media around the world. Participated in concerts commemorating the 200th anniversary of Chopin's birth held in Warsaw and Paris at the cultural exchange festival sponsored by NHK Culture. Invited by Warsaw Cordegarda Chopin, he gave two recitals under the All Chopin program, as well as a solo recital in Korat, Italy, which was well received. After returning to Japan, appeared in NHK-FM masterpiece recital.

In his hometown of Gifu, he received the 1st Dante Ito Award, given to the best graduates of Gifu Prefectural Kano High School Music Department. Received the Gifu Prefecture Cultural and Sports Achievement Award (former Gifu Prefectural Honor Award).

With a wide repertoire ranging from baroque to modern times, she has performed in a variety of ways, including solo recitals, ensemble pianist in chamber music, duo with her soprano sister Eriko, and soloist in orchestras. So far, he has performed with the Geidai Philharmonia, the Jena Philharmonic Orchestra (Germany), the Tokyo Mozart Players, the Aichi Chamber Orchestra, the Kunitachi Chamber Orchestra, and the Gifu Prefectural Symphony Orchestra.

She has studied under Keiko Kachi, Kazuo Nagano, Shozo Tsubota, Koichi Yamashiro, and Eva Połowodka. Studied fortepiano (old instrument) under Kikuko Ogura.

Currently a part-time lecturer at J. F. Oberlin University, School of Art and Culture, majoring in music.