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Erika Hanamura Violin Recital

Erika Hanamura Violin Recital


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Erika Hanamura Violin Recital

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

[Same-day tickets] Tickets will be sold at the venue reception from 18:30.

[All seats are unreserved] General ¥5,000 Student ¥3,000

Sponsored by: Japan Brahms Association

Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


*Bach: Violin Sonata No. 2 in A major, BWV1015
JSBach: Sanate fr Violine und Klavier Nr.2 A-dur BWV1015

*Walton: Two Pieces
W. Walton: Two Pieces for Violin and Piano

*Brahms: Violin Sonata No.2 in A major, op.100
J.Brahms: Sonate fr Violine und Klavier Nr.2 A-dur op.100

* Fauré: Violin Sonata No. 2 in E minor, op.108
G. Faur: Sonate pour violin et piano n 2 Mi mineur op.108

* Ravel: Tzigane
M. Ravel: Tzigane

*Songs and song order are subject to change. Please note.


Erika Hanamura,violin
Born in Tokyo. Began playing the violin at an early age, studying under Koko Shinozaki, and from the age of nine, under Toshiya Eto and Angela.
Graduated from Toho Gakuen high school and university. Winner of the All Japan Student Music Competition. Moved to England and studied under R. Friend at the Royal College of Music. Performed in recital series at St. Martin in the Fields and elsewhere. After returning to Japan, he gave recitals at Ongaku no Tomo Hall, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Oji Hall, and many other solo and chamber music concerts. So far, he has learned Renaissance and Baroque styles and playing techniques from Mr. R. Ricci, W. Hink, and Mr. C. Brizi of early music in master classes.
As a soloist, he has performed with the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra under V. Valek, the Warsaw Philharmonic with the Warsaw Symphony Orchestra, and the Berlin Philharmonic Kammersal with the Berlin Sinfonietta. Since then, he has performed with the St. Petersburg State Academic Symphony Orchestra, the Balkan Chamber Orchestra at the Skovje Music Festival, the Sofia Philharmonic, the West Bohemia Symphony Orchestra, the Ruse Philharmonic at the Sofia Music Festival, etc., and has achieved success in various parts of Europe.
Since 2007, he has performed as a duo with J. Demus on the piano. In addition to performances at the Mirabell Palace in Salzburg and various parts of Austria, the duo concerts at Tsuda Hall, Oji Hall in 2009, and Tokyo Bunka Kaikan in 2015 have received high acclaim.
In recent years, he has also been researching Persian traditional music, traditional instruments, and dance, tracing back to the origins of music and musical instruments.
2017 Released the first album "Tzigane" ~ violin masterpiece collection.
Erika Hanamura Official Site

Kazuoki Fujii (pianist/composer) Kazuoki Fujii piano, composer
During his third year at Tokyo University of the Arts, he went to France as a French government scholarship student and graduated from the Conservatoire de Paris National Conservatoire with first prizes in both composition and piano accompaniment. In addition, he graduated from the piano department at the Ecole Normale de Paris with the highest rank as a high-level performer. During that time, he studied composition with Olivier Messiaen, piano with Yvonne Loriot and Maria Curchio, and piano accompaniment with Henriette Puig-Roger. International piano competitions won since 1976: 2nd prize at Messiaen International Competition (no 1st prize/1976), 1st prize at Claude Kahn International Competition (1980), 1st prize at Monza International Competition (1980), Maria Canals There are more than 10 international competitions, including 2nd place (no 1st place / 1981). In addition to solo recitals, chamber music, and concertos with orchestras in various parts of Europe and Japan, he has been involved in a wide range of activities, including many recordings for broadcasting stations throughout Europe, including the French National Broadcasting Station, and NHK in Japan. there is He has already released more than 30 CDs, including Messiaen's La Fovette des Jardins, Igor Markevich's works, Toru Takemitsu's works, Saint-Saëns' works, Fauré's works, and Debussy & Chopin. In addition, he was in charge of editing the world's first complete Fauré piano works, all five volumes of which have been published by Shunjusha. As a composer, he has been commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture, and many of his works have been performed and recorded at international festivals. He has also served as a judge at the Claude Kahn International Competition, the Poulenc International Competition, and the Japan Music Competition. Received the 1st Muramatsu Award, the 3rd Global Music Encouragement Award, and the 10th Kyoto Music Award Practice Category Award. Currently Professor at Graduate School of Toho College of Music, Professor at Toho Music Research Institute, Specially Appointed Professor at Toho Gakuen University, and Lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts.