Skip to product information
1 of 1

Tomomi Okumura Piano Recital

Tomomi Okumura Piano Recital


Performance date :
Regular price 3,500 円
Regular price Sale price 3,500 円
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
seat type
View full details

Tomomi Okumura Piano Recital

Tomomi Okumura Piano Recital

Venue : Ginza Yamaha Hall


All seats are unreserved: 3,500 yen for adults, 2,000 yen for students

Photo: Naoa Yamaguchi (Studio☆DiVA)

guest appearance

Ayaka Tabuchi, violin

Azusa Takahashi, viola

Fumie Kato, cello


Bartok: Romanian Folk Dances
B.Bartk : Roman nepi tancok BB68

Schubert-Liszt: "Serenade" and "Masu" from Lieder
F.Schubert-F.Liszt : "Stndchen""Die Forelle"

Beethoven: Piano Sonata No.21 in C major op.53
LvBeethoven : Sonate fr Klavier Nr.21 C-dur op.53 Waldstein"

Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor op.25
J.Brahms : Klavierquartett Nr.1 ​​g-moll op.25


Tomomi Okumura, piano
Born in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Started playing the piano at the age of 4 and won the 46th All Japan Student Music Competition National Tournament Middle School Division 1st Place and the Nomura Prize. After studying at Tokyo University of the Arts High School of Music, he won the Doseikai Award and the Yomiuri Newcomer Award upon graduating from the Faculty of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts. While in college, at the tender age of 19, he won the 1st prize at the Paderewski International Piano Competition (Poland). In 2001, he moved to Germany and studied at the Hans Eisler University of Music and Performing Arts Berlin as a scholarship student of the Rohm Music Foundation.
2005 Cologne International Piano Competition 3rd prize. In 2006, he won the 3rd prize at the Geza Anda International Piano Competition (Switzerland), signed a three-year concert contract, and performed recitals and orchestral concerts at 15 locations, mainly in Europe. His performance has been described as "a sonic picture drawn from a palette of sophisticated and colorful tones". In addition, the recording of Horntrio is performed by the contract with the German central broadcasting station.
In 2008, he graduated from the Hanns Eisler Graduate School of Music at Berlin University of Music with the highest grades and obtained the German National Performer Qualification. In the same year, the concerto tour in five cities in Germany and the Czech Republic was also well received.
Geidai Philharmonia, Hamamatsu Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Brandenburg Orchestra, West German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Zurich Tonhalle Orchestra, Winterthur Chamber Orchestra, Czech National Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra, etc. Collaborate with an orchestra.
In addition to appearing at NHK-FM "Recital of Masterpieces", the 30th Yokohama City International Invitational Piano Concert, and music festivals throughout Europe, he has performed in Germany, Poland, Austria, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Kuwait, Brazil, and elsewhere in Japan and overseas. Active in the fields of solo and chamber music.
She has studied under Noriko Abe, the late Kazuhiko Nakajima, Kimiko Kurasawa, Sumiko Mikimoto, Emiko Harimoto, and Georg Sava.
Currently a part-time lecturer at Kunitachi College of Music and Aichi University of the Arts.
Official website:

Ayaka Tabuchi, violin
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts music department, studied abroad in Germany. Graduated from Karlsruhe State University of Music Master's Course and Soloist Course (National Performer's Qualification) with the best grades. Performed with the Baden-Baden Philharmonic while still a student. She has won prizes at numerous international competitions in Japan and abroad, including the All Japan Student Music Competition, the Japan Classical Music Competition, and the German International Violin Competition for Youth. She has studied under Akiko Okuda, Yoshiya Urakawa, Natori Tamai, and Albrecht Laurent Breuninger.

Azusa Takahashi, viola After studying at Tokyo University of the Arts Music High School and the same university, completed the master's course at the Graduate School of Music. Studied at Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy 1st and 2nd term. Received 1st prize at the 3rd Quackenbruck International Art Competition in Germany and a special prize at the 7th Bordeaux International String Quartet Competition in France. So far, he has appeared on NHK-FM, the budding musician training project, etc. He has performed with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Akira Wakabayashi, Kyoko Takezawa, M. Brunello, R. Baborák, Carmina Quartet, and Quartet Excelsior.

Fumie Kato, Cello
Born in Kyoto City. Graduated from the Department of Instrumental Music, Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. Graduated from the same graduate school master's course. Graduated from the Conservatoire de Paris with unanimous first place. Studied under the late Minoru Sugiyama, Donald Richter, Fumiaki Kono, and Raphael Pidou. 1st place in the 8th Viva Hall Cello Competition. 2nd place in the string division of the 7th and 8th Tokyo Music Competition. 3rd prize at the FLAME International Competition (Paris). 2011 Kyoto City Special Encouragement of Arts and Culture. 2011/2012 Rohm Music Foundation scholarship student.