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Yoko Abe Piano Recital [Debussy Series 2012-2018] No.6

Yoko Abe Piano Recital [Debussy Series 2012-2018] No.6


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Yoko Abe Piano Recital Debussy Series vol.6

Yoko Abe Piano Recital
~From the 150th anniversary of her birth to the 100th anniversary of her death~
Debussy Series 2012-2018 (7 episodes)
Focusing on the complete piano works
Debussy's favorite composer
~With Bach, Chopin, Mussorgsky~

Venue : Ginza Oji Hall

[Unreserved seats] ¥4,000

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Photo: Eiji Shinohara


Debussy: Toy Box (Narrator: Yuko Sato)
C. Debussy: La bote joujoux
: Mazurka
:Pour le piano for the piano

Mussorgsky: Gopak (from "Sorochintsi Fair")
M. Mussorgsky: Gopak (From "Sorochintsy Fair")
:In the village

Chopin: No.1 and No.8 from Etudes Op.25
F. Chopin: Etudes Op.25 No.1, No.8



Yoko Abe, piano

After studying at Toho Gakuen University's "Music Class for Children" and Toho Girls' High School Music Department, she graduated from Toho Gakuen University's Faculty of Music, Department of Music Performance, majoring in piano. During that time, she studied under Yuko Kubota, Keiko Negita (Imamura), Reiko Okamura, and Yoko Kitamura. After that, he went to France and studied under Mr. Germaine Meunier at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, and obtained the 6th course diploma. After that, he studied under Mr. Jacques Louvier at the Marseille National Regional Conservatory Master Class. In 1999, won a medal at the Maria Canals International Piano Competition. He has also performed concerts overseas, performing piano concertos with the Krakow Radio Symphony Orchestra of Poland and the Bratislava Radio Symphony Orchestra.
During that time, he studied under Claude Elfe, Sergei Drenski, Andrzej Jasinski, Halina Czerny Stefanska, and Yukio Yokoyama.
In 2000, he returned to Japan and passed the audition for the Enren Concert. (Agency for Cultural Affairs 21 Arts Plan) Held a debut recital (sponsored by the Japan Federation of Musicians) at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall, and then held solo recitals at Oji Hall and Hamarikyu Asahi Hall. Its delicate and colorful musicality has been highly acclaimed. Currently, in addition to giving recitals in various places, he is active in a wide range of activities such as lecture concerts and chamber music. In addition, he also teaches younger students, such as serving as a lecturer at Ferris University (2002-2004).

Yuko Sato, narration

Graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae Vocal Music Department.
Solo appearances on NHK "Afternoon Concert" and "Our Concert".
In addition to being a member of the Nikikai Chorus and performing in numerous operas, she was also active as a member of the female ensemble Compania Felice.
In addition, he sang Stabert Martell's solo by Tokyo Zolisten, and Suzuki of Mrs. Chocho at the Shinsei Nikkyo performance.
He has held many evenings of Japanese songs at Yamaha Hall and Ongaku no Tomo Hall, recitals in Tokyo and Ichikawa, and has conducted numerous female choirs. Two short-term study abroad programs in England. Accompanied the Ichikawa Children's Choir in Australia twice as a soloist. Currently studying under Ikuko Kiryu.
Member of the Japan Music Federation.
In August of this year, he published a collection of haiku poems entitled "Kisokyoku, Capriccio".