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Eisuke Yamamoto Trumpet and Pipe Organ Symphony Banquet

Eisuke Yamamoto Trumpet and Pipe Organ Symphony Banquet


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Eisuke Yamamoto

Co-starring: Hideyuki Kobayashi (organ), Kunitachi College of Music Brass Band

Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Concert Hall

Tokyo Metropolitan

All seats reserved: General 4,000 yen Student 3,000 yen

*500 yen discount for each member of the Japan Trumpet Association (Only available at Pro Arte Musice)

Sponsors: Ochanomizu Shimokura Musical Instruments, Yamaha Music Japan Co., Ltd.

Support: Japan Trumpet Association

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Part 1 ~Trumpet, Renaissance & Baroque Organ~
H. Purcell: Suite
D. Buxtehude: "Come, Spirit, Lord God" BuxWV199

Part 2 ~Trumpet, Modern Organ~
P. Eben: "Window" Chagall stained glass

Part 3 ~Trumpet, Organ, Kunitachi College of Music Brass Band~
J. Fucik: Florentiner March
A. Sullivan: Lost Chords
E. Elgar: Majestic No. 1


Eisuke Yamamoto, Trumpet
After working at the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, he was the principal trumpet player of the Southwestern German Philharmonic Orchestra for 15 years. He performed concerts and recordings in various parts of Europe and Asia, mainly in Germany. He has performed as soloist in orchestras such as the Trumpet Concertos of Haydn, Hummel and Arutunian, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 2, the Christmas Oratorio, and the Mass in B Minor. Since returning to Japan, he has been invited to various parts of Europe every year to perform as a soloist and as an orchestra player. In particular, co-starring with the organ is the center of his solo performance activities, and he has performed at churches and concert halls in Europe and Japan, and has been well received. In Japan, he has performed with the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyushu Symphony Orchestra, Saito Kinen Orchestra, and Mito Chamber Orchestra. Head of the Kunitachi Brass Ensemble. Head of Ensemble Fata Morgana. Kunitachi Philharmonica belongs to the trumpet group "Patzler".
Currently, he is a professor at Kunitachi College of Music, a visiting professor at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, a lecturer at J. F. Oberlin University, a vice president of the Japan Trumpet Association, and a member of the ITG (International Trumpet Guild).

Hideyuki Kobayashi, Organ
Graduated from the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, and completed its graduate school. Graduated from Frankfurt University of Music, Germany. In addition to solo performances in various places, he has been in charge of organ at the NHK Symphony Orchestra and the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra. Appeared as a soloist in regular concerts of Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Kanazawa, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, NHK Symphony Orchestra, and New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition, he performed with a choir and appeared on NHK TV's "Meikyoku Album" and NHK-FM's "Morning Baroque". In addition to being in charge of planning organ-related projects at the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, he is actively involved in organ awareness-raising activities for junior high school and high school students as well as general organ enthusiasts.
Tokyo Metropolitan Theater organist. Professor at Ueno Gakuen University.

Kunitachi Brass Choir
A "British style" brass band made up of Kunitachi College of Music majoring in wind and percussion instruments. In addition to holding regular concerts every year, in November 2005, won the Kawasaki Mayor's Award for Excellence at the "Yokohama Port Opening Festival: The Brass Cruise Championship 2005". In July 2006, he was invited to the festival opening concert of Finland's "Lieksa Brass Week" and was highly acclaimed for his outstanding performance. In recent years, he has been invited to perform at "La Folle Journée", "Akishima Showa no Mori Music Festival", and "Taiwan Chiayi International Wind Instrument Festival".
In addition to researching traditional British style brass bands, they are expanding their organization and pursuing various styles to enrich their tone and repertoire.