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BARTKIANA ?70th anniversary of Bartok's death?

BARTKIANA ?70th anniversary of Bartok's death?


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BART Ó KIANA ~70th anniversary of Bartok's death~

Gleb Nikitin, violin

Satoko Tanimoto, piano

Guest: Emmanuel Neveu (clarinet) Guest: Emmanuel Neveu, clarinet

Venue: Ginza Oji Hall

[All seats are unreserved] General (advance): ¥3500 General (at the door): ¥4000

Student: ¥2000 (advance ticket, same day ticket)

Support: Sapporo Otani University, Embassy of Hungary in Japan
Management/Tickets/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


Rhapsody No.1 Sz.86
3 teak folk songs
Allegro Barbaro
Unaccompanied Violin Sonata Sz.117
Contrast Sz.111

Bartk Bla
Rhapsody No.1 Sz.86
Three Hungarian Folksongs from Csik Sz.35
Allegro Barbaro
Sonata for solo violin Sz.117
Contrasts Sz.111
*Songs and song order are subject to change. Please note.


Gleb Nikitin, violin
First concert master of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.
Born 1964 in Moscow.
Studied piano at the age of 6 and violin at the age of 8, and entered the Moscow Conservatory in 1984.
Studied under Valery Klimov and graduated from the Conservatory of Music in 1989. He also studied under Leonid Nikolaev and graduated from the Conservatory of Music in 1992.
In 1988, he served as the concertmaster of the US-Soviet joint orchestra conducted by Zubin Mehta and Dmitry Kitaenko. In the same year, he won the Alberto Curci International Violin Competition in Naples, Italy.
In 1990, he won the 3rd prize at the Rodolfo Ribitzer Prize International Violin Competition in Gorizia, Italy.
After working as an associate concertmaster of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra and a solo concertmaster of the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, he has been a concertmaster of the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra since 1993, and its principal concertmaster until September 2000.
Until 2006, he was the concertmaster of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, and in 2008 he became the first concertmaster of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.
In September 2007, he was invited as a guest concertmaster by the Montreal Symphony Orchestra to perform with Kent Nagano. As a soloist, he has performed with many orchestras in Russia, the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, and others.
As a conductor, he started as an assistant conductor at the Bolshoi Theater under the artistic director Lazarev, and has conducted the Tomsk Philharmonic Orchestra, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, the Croatian Chamber Chorus, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Chamber Orchestra, etc.
Currently a professor at Sapporo Otani University.

Satoko Tanimoto, piano
In 1980, studied under C.Sava at the University of Montreal, Canada.
In 1987, he graduated from the Hungarian Liszt University of Music and Arts, and at the same time became the first Japanese to obtain a soloist diploma. Studied under P.Solymos, F.Rados and S.Devich.
Graduated from Freiburg University of Music, Germany. Performed at the Spring Music Festival in Budapest, the Lugano Music Festival, etc. As a member of the Darmstadt Ensemble, he toured all over Japan. In 1992, he performed with members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Boston, USA, and performed in various parts of Europe, Canada, the USA, and Russia.
Since holding a recital at the Sapporo Kyobun Concert in 1991, he has performed with the Berlin Octet, the Keller String Quartet, the New Budapest String Quartet, the Salzburg Solisten, and many other domestic and international soloists such as M. Perenyi, the cellist, and the Budapest String Orchestra. Performed with ensembles, Budapest City Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, etc.
Since 2001, he has been a PMF pianist and has performed with the principal players of the Vienna Philharmonic.
Performed at the 2013 Budapest Spring Music Festival and the 2014 Budapest Autumn Contemporary Music Festival.
In addition, for 13 years, he has a regular program as a radio personality and works to popularize classical music.
In 1997, he won the Sapporo Citizen's Art Festival Grand Prize and the Sapporo Citizen's Cultural Encouragement Award.
Currently, Sapporo Otani University Faculty of Arts Department of Music Piano Course, Chief Professor of Chamber Music.

Emmanuel Neveu, clarinet
Born in Rouen, France. Started playing the clarinet at the age of 10. After graduating from the Rouen National Conservatoire and Rueil-Malmaison Conservatoire with the highest honors, she entered the Paris National Conservatoire and graduated in 1999. In 2000, he won first prize at the Japan Clarinet Competition. Studied clarinet with M. Erma Star, P. Rubidois, A. Damian, F. Eo, and M. Arignon. Studied bass clarinet under JN Clock. Studied chamber music with M. Burg.
Part-time lecturer at Kunitachi College of Music, Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, and Shobi College of Music. Buffet Group Japan Contract Lecturer.
Since 2002, he has been the principal clarinetist of the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra.