Skip to product information
1 of 1

Motoko Sannohe Violin Recital 2016

Motoko Sannohe Violin Recital 2016


Performance date :
Regular price 4,000 円
Regular price Sale price 4,000 円
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
seat type
View full details

Motoko Mito Violin Recital 2016

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

All seats reserved 4,000 yen


Motoko Mito, violon
Yuka Sakai, piano

Pre-sale ends. Same-day tickets will be sold.

Tickets will be sold at the reception desk in the small hall from 18:30 on the day of the event.

[About mail delivery after purchase]
After you make a purchase online, you will receive an automatic reply email confirming your order.
If you do not receive a confirmation email after completing your order, please contact us using the inquiry form below.
I will resend it from my Gmail address.


Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.3 in E-flat major, op.12-3
LvBeethoven: Violin Sonata Nr.3 Es-dur op.12-3

Schubert: Sonatine No. 3 in G minor for violin and piano, D408 op.137-3
F.Schubert: Sonatine fr Violin und Klavier Nr.3 g-moll D408 op.137-3

Mozart: Violin Sonata in C major KV403(385c) Allegro moderato from unfinished work
WAMozart: Violin Sonata C-dur KV403(385c), Allegro moderato

R. Strauss: Violin Sonata in E-flat major op.18
R.Strauss: Violin Sonata Es-dur op.18


Motoko Mito (violin) Motoko Mito, violon
Born in Kyoto. After attending Jiyu Gakuen Elementary School, graduated from Toho Gakuen University and Mozarteum College of Music, Austria.
Since making his European debut as a soloist at the Salzburg International Mozart Week, he has been invited to perform at music festivals and music societies around the world, including Carnegie Hall in New York, North America, Europe, Africa, and China.
In addition to Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms and other sonatas, Bartók in collaboration with Hungarian musicians, and contemporary music are also enthusiastically performed. is also appreciated.
He presides over the Kleines Konzerthaus, an ensemble of domestic musicians that can perform from a string quartet to an orchestra.
Many appearances on TV and radio around the world, including NHK FM.

Yuka Sakai, piano
Started playing the piano at the age of 3. After graduating from Toho Gakuen Girls High School Piano Course and Vienna Kunitachi College of Music Piano Course with a grand prize, she has been based in Vienna, Austria, and has been active in various parts of Europe and Japan. Currently a lecturer at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Studied under Tomimoto Sue and H.Medimoretz.
25th All Japan Student Music Competition Junior High School Division 1st Prize, Munich International Music Competition Cello/Piano Duo Division 2nd Prize, Elena Lombro-Stepanov Piano Competition 2nd Prize, Viotti International Competition 2 Piano Division Diploma Prize , Salzburg Mozart International Competition, 3rd place without 1st place, Wien Bösendorfer Piano Competition.
Solo recitals at the Vienna Musikverein Brahms Hall, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan and other places. Performed solo and chamber music at Haydn's 250th Birthday Festival, Vienna Arts Week, Salzburg-Hellbrunn Festival, Winiawski Festival, etc. He has performed with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra and other orchestras. Appeared on Austrian Broadcasting TV, NHK FM, North German Broadcasting, and many other performances and radio appearances in Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Greece, Tunisia, etc.