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Branimir Sloker & Mayumi Shimizu Trombone Joint Recital [Tokyo Performance]

Branimir Sloker & Mayumi Shimizu Trombone Joint Recital [Tokyo Performance]


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Branimir Slokar & Mayumi Simizu

Trombone Joint Recital in Tokyo

Organ: Hiroko Takahashi

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Venue: Japan Evangelical Lutheran Tokyo Church

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GC Wagenseil: We thank the Lord
GCWagenseil: Confitebor - Memorian
J. Hummel: Introduction, Theme and Variations, Op.22
J. Hummel: Introduction, Thema and Variation op.102
P. Franceschini [arr. D. Andrews]: Sonata in D major
P.Franceschini(arr.David Andrews): Sonata in D
JF Michel: Homage to Jean Tinguely
JF Michel: Hommage Jean Tinguely
JG Mortimer: Carmen Fantasy
JG Mortimer: Carmen Fantasy



■ Branimir Slokar

Born in Maribor, Slovenia, where he first picked up the trombone. After winning the 7th Yugoslavian Music Competition in Zagreb, he decided to pursue a career as a musician.

After graduating from the Ljubljana College of Music in 1969 with the highest honors, he advanced to the National Conservatoire in Paris and graduated at the top of his class in a short period of one year.
In 1974, he won many prizes, including the 23rd Munich International Music Competition.

As a solo trombonist with renowned orchestras such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, he received a great deal of attention for his extraordinary musicality.

For many years he taught at the Music Academy of Music in Bern, and is now a professor at the University of Music in Freiburg, where he has been active as a solo artist throughout Europe, the United States and Asia, and has served as a juror at international competitions in Munich and Geneva.

Through many CD recordings, radio and TV appearances, he has received high acclaim around the world as a musician representing the trombone world.
Living in Switzerland.

■Mayumi Shimizu

Since autumn 2012, he has been the principal trombonist of the Southwestern German Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Graduated from Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology. 2005-10 at Freiburg University of Music,
From 2010 to 2012, studied under Branimir Sloker at the Bern University of the Arts.
At the same time, from 2007 to 2009, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Member of Karajan Academy. Studied under Principal Cristobalt Gessling.
In the autumn of 2009, as the first female principal trombonist in Austria,
Joined the Linz Bruckner Orchestra.
In the fall of 2012, he transferred to the Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra.
For trombone solo, Germany Weingarten Festival trombone
1st place in the competition.
First prize at the Gdansk International Brass Instrument Competition.
In 2012, he appeared in the Tokyo Opera City B→C series.
As a chamber music activity, he formed the trombone duo "Tamashimazu" in 2011.
2012 Aoyama Baroque Saal Award.
2014 Lecce Trombone Festival (Germany/Netherlands) Lecturer
He also teaches younger students by giving master classes.
He is active in a wide range of fields, including solo, chamber music, orchestra, and education.

Organ: Hiroko Takahashi

Graduated from the Department of Organ, Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, and completed its graduate school. Received the Ataka Prize. After graduating from the Hamburg College of Music in Germany with a scholarship from the Meiji Yasuda Seimei Quality of Life Cultural Foundation, he passed the university's National Performer Examination with the highest score as a Heiwa Nakajima Foundation Scholarship Student.
He studied organ under Naoko Imai and W. Zeller, and harmonium under Sonoko Ito.
In 1999, he won both the Celle Lower Saxony International Organist Competition and the 2000 North German Radio Music Award International Competition. Mr. G. Leonhard, who was the head of the jury, praised it highly.
He is currently an organist at Shinjuku Bunka Center and a part-time organist at Meiji Gakuin. He is a member of the Japan Organist Association and the Japan Organ Research Society.