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Fagott Trio Salzburg

Fagott Trio Salzburg


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by bassoonists of the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra

Fagott Trio Salzburg

Bassoon Trio Salzburg Tokyo Performance


JT Art Hall Affinis

【Admission fee】

All non-reserved seats General 4,500 yen, students (university students and under) 2,500 yen

Other ticket handling: Lawson ticket [L code: 31453] 0570-084-003

* Tickets will be sold on the day at the venue reception from 18:30


Philipp Tutzer

Riccardo Terzo

Ayako Kuroki

Masayuki Okamoto (supporting appearance)

Organizer: Fagott Trio Salzburg

Sponsored by: Medical Corporation Kishokai, Dolce Musical Instrument Co., Ltd., Nonaka Double Reed Gallery, Japan Double Reed Co., Ltd., Wind instrument specialty store Daku

Supported by Japan Bassoon Association, Austrian Embassy/Austrian Cultural Forum

Management/Inquiries: Pro Arte Musice 03-3943-6677


Haydn: Divertimento in D major, Hob.�Y-113
Mozart: Sonata KV292 for bassoon and cello
Rossini: 6 Arias from "The Barber of Seville"
Bach: Organ Concerto No.2 in A minor, BWV593
Ravel: Pavane for a Dead Princess


Philipp Tutzer
Born in Bolzano, Italy. Studied bassoon under Claudio Alberti. After that, he studied under Stefan Turnowski at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and Dirk Jensen at the Hochschule für Musik and Theater in Hannover. He also studied at classes with Klaus Thunemann and Sergio Azzolini, and participated in the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. In 2008, he won the 2nd prize at the ARD Munich International Competition. As a soloist, he has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, and the Munich Chamber Orchestra.
Principal bassoonist of the Mozarteum Orchestra since 2007. He has also performed as a principal player with the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, and others.
Since 2011, he has been a professor at the Anton Bruckner Hochschule für Musik in Linz, and lecturer of master classes in Beijing, Tokyo, Rotterdam, Moscow, etc. Since 2017, he has been a lecturer at the International Summer Music Academy of the Mozarteum College of Music, and plans to hold a master class in 2018.

Riccardo Terzo
Born in Palermo, Italy in 1990. At the age of seven, he began studying bassoon under Maurizio Barigione. At the same time, he also studied composition and piano, and obtained a diploma in piano. After that, he studied under Marco Postinger at the Mozarteum University of Music and Dirk Jensen at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. Since 2009, he has participated in the Gustav Mahler Youth Orchestra. Since 2010, he has been the principal player of the Mozarteum Orchestra. He has performed as principal player with the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra, the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra, and the Zurich Opera House. He has also won first prizes at the Rossini International Bassoon Competition, the IDRS International Double Reed Competition, and many other international competitions. Since 2014, he has been studying under Stefan Turnowski at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Every summer he teaches a master class in Bad Reichenhall, Austria.

Ayako Kuroki
Born in Miyazaki City. Started learning bassoon under Mr. Hiroyuki Noguchi. After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts, in 2005 completed the master's course at the same graduate school. During his studies, he studied under Koji Okazaki, Masayuki Okamoto, and Mikiko Kawamura. After graduating from graduate school in 2005, he joined the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and served as principal bassoonist for 10 years until 2015.
From 2007 to 2008, he studied abroad in Munich, Germany as an artist overseas researcher dispatched by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Graduated from the graduate school of the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts. Studied under Eberhard Marshall and Lyndon Watts. After returning to Japan, she was selected as a soloist for a concert sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and performed Mozart's Bassoon Concerto with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. In 2012, he was selected as a soloist for the recital series <B→C> sponsored by Tokyo Opera City, and held solo recitals in Tokyo and Miyazaki.
In September 2015, he moved to Europe and started working as a bassoonist with the Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra, where he continues to this day. Every summer, at the Salzburg Festival, he performs as a guest with the same orchestra and the Camerata Salzburg.