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Asuka Miyazaki Piano Recital

Asuka Miyazaki Piano Recital


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Haruka Miyazaki Piano Recital

Venue : Hamarikyu Asahi Hall

Hamarikyu Asahi Hall

All seats are unreserved General 4,000 yen Student 2,500 yen

Sponsors: All Japan Piano Teachers Association (PTINA), Toho Gakuen Music Department Alumni Association, Yamaha Music Retailing Yokohama Co., Ltd.


JS Bach: French Suite No.5 in G major, BWV816
JS Bach: Franzsische Suiten Nr.5, G-Dur BWV816

Fauré: Barcarolle No. 2 in G major, Op. 41
G.Faure : Barcarolle No.2 op.41
Fauré: Nocturne No. 4 in E flat major, Op. 36
G.Faure: Nocturne No.4 op36

Chopin: Fantasia in F Minor, Op.49
F.Chopin: Fantasie f-moll op.49

Messiaen: Catalog of Birds Vol.5 No.8 "Himekotenshi"
O.Messiaen: Catalog d'oiseauzx V.V. L'Alouette calandrelle

Messiaen: From "20 Eyes on the Child Jesus"
O. Messiaen:20 regards sur l'Enfant-Jsus
No.13 Noel XIII.Nol
No. 14 Angels' Gaze XIV.Regard des anges

Franck: Prelude, Chorale and Fugue
C. Franck: Prelude, chorale et fugue


Asuka Miyazaki (piano)
Haruka Miyazaki, piano

After graduating from Toho Girls' High School Music Department and Toho Gakuen University Music Department, she went to France and entered the Paris National Conservatory of Music. While still a student, he won many prizes in domestic and international competitions, including a prize at the National Pitina Piano Competition, 2nd place at the Médoc-Aquitaine International Competition, a special award for contemporary music at the Ferdi Lilli International Competition, and a prize at the contemporary music performance competition "Kyokugaku". Graduated from the same conservatory with first prize. After graduating from the Conservatoire's Graduate School at the top of his class with a special award unanimously approved by the jury, he graduated from the Geneva Conservatoire with a concert diploma.
He has performed regularly in France, Switzerland, Spain and other European countries, including regular recitals at the Franco-Japanese Cultural Center in Paris.
Appeared on NHK Educational TV “Super Piano Lesson: Luster of French Music Lecturer Michel Belloff” and Shonan Cable TV. He has performed with orchestras such as the Paris National Conservatoire Orchestra and the Tokyo Universal Philharmonic Orchestra.
She has studied piano with Tomoko Yamada, Keiko Takeuchi, Jean-Marie Côté, and Pascal Devaillon. Jacques Louvier and Jean-Marc Luisada regularly teach and improve their skills. Studied chamber music with Eric Lesage, Paul Meyer and Jean-Jacques Barré. Studied forte piano with Patrick Cohen.
In 2011, after living in Paris for 10 years, he moved to Tokyo and held a recital to commemorate his return to Japan at Oji Hall, which was well received by various magazines. Solo, chamber music, contemporary ensemble, active as a new style pianist group "Paris quintet", competition judging, master class instructor, Tokyo Seitoku Junior College, Toho Gakuen University music class instructor for children. As a teacher, he also puts a lot of effort into teaching the next generation.