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Yoshie Tanaka Mezzo-Soprano Recital

Yoshie Tanaka Mezzo-Soprano Recital


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Yoshie Tanaka Mezzo-Soprano Recital

Yoshie Tanaka Mezzo Soprano Recital

Venue: Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Cast: Yoshie Tanaka (mezzo-soprano), Tsunehito Nakai (piano)

All seats are unreserved: 5,000 yen for adults, 3,000 yen for students

Ticket Inquiries: Pro Arte Musique 03-3943-6677


Wolf Hugo Wolf
Even Small Things (Italian Songbook)
Auch kleine Dinge
Hidden Love (Eichendorf Lieder)
Verschwiegene Liebe
Behind My Hair (Spanish Songs)
In dem Schatten Meiner Locken
In the middle of the night
ber Nacht
I Am Innocent, Blessed (Spanish Songs)
Mhvoll komm'ich und beladen
- Lieder nach Texten von Eduard Mrike from the Merike Lieder
revival of hope
Der Genesene an die Hoffnung
at dawn
In der Frhe
never ending love
Nimmersatte Liebe
in spring
Im Frhling

Dvorak Antonn Dvork
Gypsy song op.55
Zigeunermelodien op.55
Gluck Christoph Willbald Gluck
From the opera "Orpheus and Eurydice"
“I lost my Eurydice”
Orfeo ed Euridice 'Che far senza Euridice'
Tchaikovsky Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
"Farewell to the Forest" from the opera "Jeanne d'Arc"
Jeanne d'Arc, 'Adieu forts!'


Yoshie Tanaka, Mezzo Soprano
Born in Yokohama City. After graduating from Ferris Jogakuin High School, she graduated from the Department of Vocal Music at Kunitachi College of Music. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, majoring in opera. Graduated from the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna at the top of his class with the unanimous evaluation of all professors. Received a merit award from the Austrian government. In 1980 he won 1st prize in the vocal section of the 1980 Munich International Music Competition (the only winner in all categories and the first prize in the vocal section for the first time in six years), 1st prize in the International Hugo Wolff Lied Competition, the Rio de Janeiro Vocal Music Competition, Vienna Music Competition. She won numerous awards at the Romantic Song Contest sponsored by the Association of Friends. As a soloist of the 9th, Matthew Passion, Mahler's Resurrection, and Verdi's Requiem, he has performed with orchestras in Japan and abroad under the direction of Seiji Ozawa, Herbert Blomstedt, and others. She has also performed in operas such as Madama Butterfly, The Barber of Seville, Cosi fan tutte, and Tales of Hoffmann. Appeared as a soloist in the Japanese premiere of Bernstein's "Candide" and Cilea's "Arlesian Woman". In addition, many song recitals, TV, radio, and records have been well received. Received the honor of performing in front of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress at the "Gathering to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the End of the War" sponsored by the government at the "Heian Capital 1200th Anniversary Ceremony". In recent years, he has been striving to convey the joy of singing to as many people as possible, and has been doing ambitious activities such as recitals. Member of the Japan Music Federation. Secretary of the Japan Karl Loew Association. Kunitachi College of Music and graduate school professor.

Tsunehito Nakai Nobuhito Tanaka Piano
After graduating from the graduate school of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich as a scholarship student of Tokyo University of the Arts, its graduate school, and DAAD, he studied at the Salzburg Mozarteum University of Music and Performing Arts. 3rd place in the Japan Music Competition. 2nd place in the J. Brahms International Music Competition, and Audience Award at the Gala Concert by the top winners. 1st prize at the Senigallia International Piano Competition, together with the chamber music prize and the aria/song accompaniment prize. He has won top prizes at numerous international competitions, including the 3rd prize at the Viotti International Music Competition. Appeared in the Beethoven Piano Concerto for the 100th anniversary of W. Kempff's birth in Italy, conducted by G. Bertini, and performed with the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra and many other orchestras in Japan and overseas. In addition to solo work, he has been active in a wide range of activities both in Japan and overseas, including piano duo with Miwako Takeda, chamber music, song accompaniment, and participation in broadcasting and music festivals. CD "Tsunehito Nakai/Brahms (PAMP-1030)" released. Currently, he is an associate professor at Toho Gakuen University, and also teaches at the same graduate school.