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Yuko Sano Piano Recital

Yuko Sano Piano Recital


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Yuko Sano Piano Recital

Venue: Iino Hall


All seats are unreserved: Adults 4,000 yen Students 500 yen Seniors 90 and over 100 yen

Due to popular demand, the planned number of tickets has been sold out.

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Schumann: David League Dances, Op.6
Die Davidsbndlertnze Op.6

《Japan Premiere》
Stephen Hough: Piano Sonata No. 1 "Broken Branch"
(Japan premiere)
Stephen Hough:Sonata No.1 "Broken Branches"


Schumann-List: Dedication

List: Esthe-so Fountain
Liszt: Les jeux d'eaux a la Villa d'Este

Chopin: Mazurka No.38 Op.59-3
Chopin: Mazurka No.38 in F sharp minor, Op.59-3

Chopin: Fantasy Polonaise, Op.61
Chopin: Polonaise-Fantaisie in A flat major, Op.61

Debussy: Island of Joy
Debussy: L'isle joyeuse


After graduating from the Music High School attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, graduated from the same university's piano department. While in school, studied for one year at the Liszt Conservatory in Budapest.
In 2013, he studied abroad at the British Royal Academy of Music, where he received a Glover Bennett Scholarship (scholarship from the same) to study in the master's course of the piano department of the Royal Academy of Music. Received the Maud Hornsby Award for highest grade in the first year of the master's program. In 2015, she received the Dip RAM, Walter McFarlane Award, and Nancy Dickinson Award and completed her master's degree at the top of her class. In 2016, the judges unanimously obtained the Advanced Diplom, the highest level of the diploma course (first Japanese student and piano student).

Toyoaki Matsuura, Kenji Watanabe, and Christopher Elton on piano; Michael Dusek on chamber music; Carol Selasi on history of keyboard instruments/playing methods of historical instruments; Dominic Alldis on jazz/improvisation; Studied under Roderick Chadwick.

PIARA Piano Competition National Tournament Junior High School Division Champion and All Division Grand Prix Winner. Taking this opportunity, he made his debut at the age of 15 and performed a piano concerto with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. After that, he expanded his activities to include recitals at Mirabell Palace and Schubert's birthplace, and a piano trio with members of the Hungarian State Opera Orchestra. Noise” and debuted in London.

Currently, based in Japan and London, while actively developing activities in various parts of Europe, he is also a teaching assistant at the Royal Academy of Music, an assistant to the super globalization plan of the high school attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, and an assistant to the president.
The first Japanese Young Steinway artist.