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25th Ceremoa Charity Concert

25th Ceremoa Charity Concert


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25th Ceremore

charity concert

[Date and time]

April 13, 2019 (Sat) 15:00 (doors open at 14:30)


Kioi Hall


All seats reserved

SS ¥10,000, S ¥8,000

A 6,000 yen, B 4,000 yen

* General sales start from 10/15 (Monday)


Ceremore Holdings Co., Ltd.

Ceremoa Cultural Foundation


Social Welfare Corporation Tokyo Community Chest

Social Welfare Corporation Tokyo Council of Social Welfare

Public Interest Incorporated Association Victim Support Citizens Center


WA Mozart; Overture from the opera "The Magic Flute"
WA Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 9 in E flat major KV271 "Junami"
Rentaro Taki: Moon in Ruined Castle
Tamezo Narita: Beach song
Kosaku Yamada: This Road
E. Di Capua: Oh Sole Mio
G. Verdi: "Song of a Woman's Heart" from "Rigoletto"
G. Puccini: "Musetta's Waltz" from "La Bohème"
G. Puccini: "My Dad" from "Gianni Schicchi"
G. Puccini: "No one should sleep" from "Turandot"
G. Verdi: "Cheers Song" from "La Traviata"


Conductor: Sho Itoh, Conductor
After graduating from Toho Gakuen University, studied abroad at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. Won 2nd prize at the 5th Witold Lutoslawski International Conducting Competition, 1st prize at the 1st Nino Rota International Conducting Competition, and the Orchestra Prize. He made his debut conducting the Great Philharmonic while studying at Toho Gakuen University. So far, he has performed with the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, East Philharmonic Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, Sakkyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra, Yamakyo Symphony Orchestra, Gunkyo Symphony Orchestra, Mei Philharmonic Orchestra, Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, Japan Century Symphony Orchestra, Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Kyushu Symphony Orchestra. He has performed as a guest with the Hibiki, etc., and overseas, his guest performances with the Krakow National Chamber Orchestra, the Rzeszów Philharmonic Orchestra, the Magna Grecia Orchestra, etc. have been well received. As a chorus conductor, he led the 2017 NHK Symphony Orchestra to a successful performance.

Piano: Yuko Hisamoto, Piano
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts, he graduated from the same graduate school. He has performed with many orchestras in Japan and abroad, including the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Yomikyo Symphony Orchestra, and the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra. He is often invited to give recitals at the International Mozart Festival in Italy. The museum owns many original musical instruments from the 19th century, and is involved in many concerts and recordings using historical instruments. Released 13 CDs, including "Elegant Mozart" (Mainichi Shimbun CD Special Edition, Record Geijutsu Special Edition). Professor at Kunitachi College of Music, the only Bösendorfer artist in Japan.

Soprano: Emi Sawahata, Soprano
Completed Kunitachi College of Music and its graduate school, Agency for Cultural Affairs Opera Training Institute. 1st place at the 58th Japan Music Competition. He has received numerous awards, including the 21st Giraud Opera Award.
Traveled to Italy as an artist overseas trainee dispatched by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Debuted as Susanna in Nikikai "The Marriage of Figaro". 2003 Nikikai / Cologne City Opera "Rose Knight" Sophie received the highest praise from the famous director Günther Kraemer, and has been active as a leading figure in the Japanese opera world. In 2017, he faced Rosalinde for the first time at Nikikai Komori, and the event was broadcast on NHK. As a soloist, he has performed with many famous conductors such as Seiji Ozawa and K. Masur, as well as major orchestras. Released CDs "Nihon no Uta" and "Nihon no Uta 2". Professor at Kunitachi College of Music. Nikikai member.

Tenor: Kei Fukui, Tenor
Graduated from Kunitachi College of Music and its graduate school. Traveled to Italy by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. He has received numerous awards, including the Italian Vocal Music Concorso Milano Grand Prix (first place), the Minister of Education Award for Art Encouragement for Newcomers, the Gotoh Memorial Cultural Award for Opera Newcomers, the Giraud Opera Newcomer Award, and the Opera Award. In 2014, he won the 65th Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award for Art Encouragement. Since his brilliant debut as Rodolfo in Nikikai "La Bohème", he has starred in numerous operas such as "Lohengrin" at the New National Theatre. In particular, the role of Calaf in "Turandot" has received great acclaim. As a soloist, he has performed with various orchestras, including the Vienna Philharmonic. He is highly trusted by international conductors such as Seiji Ozawa and Zubin Mehta. Professor at Kunitachi College of Music. Part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts. Nikikai member.

Moderator: Sadatomo Matsudaira, Navigator
Graduated from Waseda University in 1969. Joined NHK. Retired in 2007.
Currently a professor at Kyoto University of Art and Design. (former NHK board member announcer)
<Main program history> "Association game" 4 years, "TV news" 15 years, "History moved at that time" 9 years, "Radio Midnight Flight / Shuhei Fujisawa's reading aloud" 9 years, "World Heritage 100 Series" 7 Over 100 "NHK Specials" were produced each year, including casters and narrators.
<Awards> ``NHK Chairman Award'', ``Kan Kikuchi Award'', ``Maejima Hisoka Award'', Italy ``Commendatore Medal'', etc.
<Writing> "The power to conspire" "10 people who really moved the Meiji Restoration at the end of the Edo period" "Ryunosuke Akutagawa's works read aloud 24 CDs" "Sadatomo Matsudaira read aloud masterpieces CD 5 volumes" and many others.

Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra
Established in 1970. It was certified as an incorporated foundation in July 1978 and as a public interest incorporated foundation in April 2014. With the mission of creating music culture in Kanagawa Prefecture, they continue to carry out a wide range of activities, mainly throughout Kanagawa Prefecture.
He has held special concerts throughout the prefecture, and has appeared in numerous operas, ballets, and recordings. He is also active in music education, and holds concerts for children in various places, which are well received. He has received the Tameji Ando Education Memorial Foundation Memorial Award (1983), the Kanagawa Cultural Award (1989), the NHK Regional Broadcasting Cultural Award, and the Yokohama Cultural Award (2007). It has Shigeo Genda as honorary conductor, Kazuhiro Koizumi as special guest conductor, and Kentaro Kawase as permanent conductor. Homepage