Hideko Sato Piano Recital

Hideko Sato Piano Recital


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Venue: Hamarikyu Asahi Hall

Fee: 5,000 yen (some reserved seats) *Reservations have been completed

4,000 yen (unreserved seat)

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

Organizer : HS classic
Costume cooperation: Toyoshi Hiratsuka
Special Cooperation / Sponsor :
Haruo Shimada (Chairman of Shimada Juku, Representative Director of Shimada Research Institute Co., Ltd. ),
Yuri Konno (President, Dial Service Co., Ltd.)
International Financial Analyst Sachiko Oi (President and CEO of SAIL Co., Ltd.)
I・OH Laboratory Co., Ltd.
Kenji Izumi (SME Management Consultant)
United Managers Japan Co., Ltd.

Koichi Mizukami (Director of Japan Business Research Association / President of KMC Co., Ltd.)
Russian Federation in Japan/Russian Federation Exchange Agency/Embassy of the Republic of San Marino in Japan/(Public Corporation) Japan Federation of Musicians/(Individual) All Japan Piano Teachers Association/Japan-Russian Musicians Association, etc.


Debussy: No.11 "Dance of Puck" from Prelude No.1
No. 12 "Minstrel"
Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No. 6 in A major, op.82
Schubert: Piano Sonata No. 13 in A major op.120
Beethoven: Piano Sonata No. 31 in A-flat major, op.110


Hideko Sato
In 1995, immediately after returning to Japan after studying abroad in Poland and Toronto, he suddenly suffered from a disease called "musician's focal dystonia," which makes it impossible to play the piano due to a problem in which his fingers move against his will, and he stopped performing.
2016 Miraculously recovered.
2018 Returned recital after 23 years at Hamarikyu Asahi Hall, Fujisawa Civic Hall Large Hall, etc.

* Granddaughter of Russian masters such as Genrich Neuhaus, Emil Gilels and Jakob Zak.
* A pianist who has mastered the rational Russian playing style using the large trapezius muscles from the neck. In addition, the Russian playing style is characterized by playing the melody smoothly as if singing with vocals.

Disciples of Heinrich Neuhaus'and Emil Gilels'disciples.
Russian playing style Japanese Pianist .

* Possessing extraordinary talent. A European-style pianist that is rare for Japanese people.
(Dang Thai Son 1988)
* Large-scale, bursting passion and musicality. The strength of individuality, which is rare for Japanese people.
*In Prokofiev, he showed a strong technique, and in Chopin, he felt a song.
be. (Shu Iwasaki 1995)
* Enthusiastic performance of Prokofiev's unique texture. (Kimio Sano, 1995)
* Balanced technique, musical excellence that keeps the natural flow of the music
An attractive performance that tastefully reflects the performance. (Shu Iwasaki 2017)

Born in Tokyo. At the age of 3, he started playing the piano with his mother Reiko Sato (a disciple of Susumu Nagai, former lecturer at Tokyo College of Music). Graduated from Tokyo College of Music after attending Toho Gakuen University Children's Music School, Tokyo College of Music School, and Tokyo College of Music High School. During this time, she studied under Kikuko Yamaguchi, Yasuhide Shimura, Aiko Iguchi, and Yuko Sekine. 1985 Performed at the Japan-Russia exchange concert held at the Minsk Conservatory of the Former Soviet Union Byelorussia. At that time, he studied under Natalia Chomkina (a disciple of Emil Gilels) and Alexander Tseryakov. Since 1987, he has been studying under Mr. Dan Tyson, and in 1988 he attended the Kirishima International Music Festival, and after that he studied at Warsaw, Hamburg, Montreal, etc. until returning to Japan in 1995, and also assisted in recording sessions. In 1989, completed the 1st year postgraduate course at the Polish National Chopin Conservatory, and in 1990 completed the 2nd year postgraduate course at the Polish National Krakow Conservatory. Studied under Mr. Kazimierz Gerjod and Mr. Irina Sijaova (a disciple of Genrich Neuhaus). 1990 Recital in the All Chopin Program at the Great Hall of the Krakow Conservatory. In 1992, he participated in the master class of Mr. Dimitri Bashkirov at the Salzburg Mozarteum International Summer Academy. 1994-1995 Natalia Chomkina's uchideshi in Toronto and Dang Thai Son's apprenticeship in Montreal. 1994 4th Cantu International Piano Concerto Competition Romantic Category Diploma. Performed with the Romanian National Vacau ​​Symphony Orchestra. Performed Chopin Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Romanian National Craiova Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ovidio Baran at the Viotti Varsesia International Music Competition Gala Concert. Studied under Shu Iwasaki and Vincenzo Barzani at Valsesia International Academy. 1995 Commemorative debut recital at Tsuda Hall, Oizumimachi Bunkamura Grand Hall, Shibata Civic Hall (supported by Philips Japan, etc.) 1995 Kirishima International Music Festival Interpretation (Polish) for Regina Smenjanka Right after returning to Japan Due to a finger disorder that causes his fingers to move against his will, he only guides the next generation. In the fall of 2016, he completely recovered from his finger disorder, and then studied under Shu Iwasaki. Former Tokyo College of Music music school piano department assistant, pitina piano competition / Tokyo International Piano Competition and All Japan Junior Classical Music Competition judge, pitina piano step adviser, regular member of the Japan Federation of Musicians, regular member of the Japan-Russian Musicians Association and Secretariat, (one company) All Japan Piano Teachers Association full member and festival executive committee, Japan Music Therapy Society regular member, (one company) Japan Writers Club member