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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

[Tickets on the day] 13:30〜 Scheduled to be sold at the venue reception.


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall


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


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

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Pro Arte Musique 03-3943-6677


make it easy
on the lake
wild rose
Gretchen spinning thread
don't tell me
Only those who know longing
leave me alone
You know, South country

Leader Kreis (12 songs in total)


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. At the "Commemorative Ceremony for the 1200th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Heian Capital" and at the "Gathering to Commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the End of the War" sponsored by the government, the performance was performed in front of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress. 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.

Nobuhito Nakai, Piano
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, its graduate school, and graduate school at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich as a DAAD scholarship student. In addition to 3rd place at the Japan Music Competition, he has won many awards at international competitions, including Brahms 2nd place, Audience Award, Senigallia 1st Place, Lied Accompaniment Award, Chamber Music Award, and Viotti 3rd place. In addition to performing with orchestras in Japan and overseas, including appearances in the 100th anniversary of W. Kempf's birth and the complete Beethoven piano concerto concert (Italy), he has been active in a wide range of fields, including Brahms complete series and recitals, as well as piano duo and chamber music with Miwako Takeda. He also appears on TV and radio, and writes serials in music magazines. In recent years, he was invited to a music festival in France and a recital tour in Germany, and was highly praised in the newspapers. Released a solo CD "Brahms", a piano duo CD "Slavic Dances from the New World", etc., which was also broadcast on ANA's international in-flight audio program. Received the Kurushima Takehiko Cultural Award. Currently Associate Professor at Toho Gakuen University and Visiting Professor at Nagoya College of Music.