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Kana Kashiwabara Piano Recital

Kana Kashiwabara Piano Recital


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Kana Kashihara Piano Recital

November 9, 2018 (Friday) 19:00 start (18:30 open)
Ginza Oji Hall
【Admission fee】
All seats are unreserved General 3,500 yen, Student 2,500 yen
(Ticket handling)
Pro Arte Musique 03-3943-6677
Lawson Ticket 0570-084-003 [L code: 32927]
Oji Hall Ticket Center 03-3567-9990
Pro Arte Musique 03-3943-6677
Toho Gakuen Music Department Alumni Association, Japan-Hungary Friendship Association, Embassy of Hungary in Japan, All Japan Piano Teachers Association (Pitina)


Haydn: Piano Sonata No.60 in C major Hob.XVI:50 Op.79
Liszt: Years of the Pilgrimage ``Fountain of Villa Este'' from Year 3, poetic and religious tune No. 7 ``Funeral''
Rachmaninoff: Preludes in C sharp minor, Op.3-2 ``Bell'', B flat major, Op.23-2, G sharp minor, Op.32-12, G minor, Op.23-5
Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No.7 in B-flat major, Op.83 "War Sonata"

*Songs are subject to change without notice. Please note.


Kana Kashihara, piano

Born in Kanagawa prefecture. Started playing the piano at the age of 4. After studying music at Toho Girls' High School, graduated from Toho Gakuen University Music Department. After completing the graduate course at Toho Gakuen University, he received a scholarship from the Rohm Music Foundation to study at the Hungarian Liszt Conservatory. 48th All Japan Student Music Competition Junior High School Division Encouragement Award. 12th Kanagawa Music Competition Kawasaki City Mayor Award. 1st place in the high school division of the 50th All Japan Student Music Competition Tokyo. 2nd place in the 10th Suita Music Competition. 3rd place in the 19th Iizuka Rookie Music Competition. 1st prize at the 2nd Candero City International Competition, 1st prize at the 1st Euterpe International Competition, Genmagreco Barberius Special Prize. Aired on Italian television. 1st place and special prize at the 12th Romanian International Professional Piano Competition. Invited to Italy for solo recitals and concerts at the Liszt Conservatory. In addition to the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, he was selected as a soloist for the Hungarian-Japan Friendship Year Concert certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and performed with the Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Friendship Memorial Orchestra by Liszt Conservatory students. In 2009, he held a recital at Ginza Oji Hall, and in 2011 and 2014, he held a recital at the same hall, which was well received. In addition, he has performed at the Kawai Omotesando Toho Gakuen Salon Concert Series, Japan-Netherlands exchange concerts, a meeting to listen to musicians from the future, the Yamaha Ginza Salon Concert, and the NHK-FM "Recital of Masterpieces."
She has studied under Reiko Matsuzaki, Akiko Nambu, Chisato Ogino, Yasushi Hirose, Mikhail Voskresensky, and Georges Nardl.
Currently a part-time lecturer at Toho Gakuen College of Art.