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Hideko Nagaoka Violin Recital ?When mature, with new wind?

Hideko Nagaoka Violin Recital ?When mature, with new wind?


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Hideko Nagaoka Violin Recital
〜At the time of maturity, with a new wind〜
Nagaoka Hideko Violin Recital

[Date and time]

May 11, 2018 (Friday) 18:30 open 19:00 start


Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall
Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

【Admission fee】

All seats unreserved ¥ 4,000

[Same-day tickets] Scheduled to be sold at the venue reception from 18:30!


Nagaoka Hideko, violin

Satoh Takashi,piano


WA Mozart
: Sonata for Piano and Violin No. 40 KV454
Sonate fr Klavier und Violin Nr.40 B-Dur KV454
Lv Beethoven
: Sonata for piano and violin No.3 op.12-3
Sonate fr Klavier und Violin Nr.3 Es-Dur Op.12-3
F. Schubert
: Sonata in A major for violin and piano, D574
Sonate fr Violine und Klavier A-Dur D574 (Op.162)
: Slavic Dance No. 1 in G minor, No. 2 in E minor
Slavonic Dance-Themes
No.1 g-moll Op.46-2&Op.72-1(No.2&9)
No.2 e-moll Op.72-2(No.10)


Hideko Nagaoka, Violin
Born in Tokyo. Started playing the violin at the age of 4 under Izumi Nakamura. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts after attending Toho Gakuen's "Music Class for Children" and the High School Attached to Tokyo University of the Arts. He went on to the same graduate school and became a scholarship student of the Nomura Arts Foundation. Joined the chamber ensemble Tokyo Solisten. Acts as soloist and concert mistress. He has held 12 recitals in Tokyo so far. Both have been well received in specialized magazines such as Ongaku no Tomo. In addition to regularly continuing solo and chamber music concerts, he has participated in many concerts as a guest principal player of the orchestra. He continues his music activities in a wide range of genres such as studio recordings and live performances.
Currently the 1st violinist of the Cody String Quartet. Second violinist of the New Adonis String Quartet. He also teaches young artists at Atelier de Dalcroze in Tsukuba City. Studied under Tsuyoshi Hidaka, Takeo Inoue, F. Neanda, and Wanami. In 2012, he released the CD "Leclerc: Sonatas for Two Violins op.3" (Kojima recording) by his son Satoki Nagaoka.