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[Postponed] Serena Ott Trumpet Recital [Tokyo]

[Postponed] Serena Ott Trumpet Recital [Tokyo]


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[Performance postponement]

This performance was canceled in 2020 due to the difficulty of visiting Japan for Serena Ott and piano Lin En-Cha due to immigration restrictions to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus infection. It has been postponed until Saturday, October 3rd. We will inform you once the release date is decided. Tickets for 2020 can still be used. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause our customers, and we appreciate your understanding.

The long-awaited first performance in Japan by Selina Ott, winner of the trumpet section of the Munich International Competition!

[Date and time]

Tuesday, October 13, 2020 19:00 (Doors open at 18:30)


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

[Ticket price]

All seats are unreserved General ¥6,000 / Junior high and high school students ¥4,000* / Elementary school students ¥1,000

*Junior high school and university students must be 25 years old or younger. Student ID required on the day.

*Members of the Japan Trumpet Association (only for the person himself/herself) ¥500 discount for adults and junior high and high school students. Handled only by Pro Artemzique.

*Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Tomonokai General ¥500 discount.

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[Ticket handling]

General sale July 1, 2020 (Wednesday) 10: 00-

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Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Ticket Service 03-5685-0650



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V. Peskin: Trumpet Concerto No.2 “Concert Allegro”
F.Poulenc: Melancholy FP.105 (piano solo)
A. Pahmutova: Trumpet Concerto
A. Schnittke: 5 Preludes and Fugues 1. Moderato, 4. Lent (piano solo)
R.Glière (arranged by T.Docszel): Trumpet Concerto
(Glière: Arranged from Concerto for Coloratura Soprano and Orchestra Op.82)
F. Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G minor, Op.23 (piano solo)
V.Brandt: Concert Piece No.2 in E-flat major, Op.12
N. Kapustin: Sonatine Op.100 (piano solo)
A. Guedike: Etude for Concert Op.49

*Songs and the order of the songs may change due to unavoidable circumstances.


Selina Ott Profile

Lin En-Cha Lin Enka (piano)
En-Chia Lin, Piano
Born on September 21, 1990 in Taipei, Taiwan, Lin Enka began studying music at the age of five, influenced by her mother. He received an invitation from the Catholic Church, was given the prestigious opportunity to perform at the Embassy of the Holy See, and received an award from the Vatican Ambassador.
He achieved excellent results among domestic keyboard players, and entered the National Taipei University of the Arts, where he studied under Professor Cheng Mei Luan. He also participated in the music festival of National Taiwan University, where he captivated the audience with jazz and pop music.
In 2012, he received a scholarship to study at the Vienna University of Music and Arts, where he studied under Professor Otto Probst. During his two years at the school, he was also taught by Paul Badura-Skoda, Johannes Klopfitsche, Roland Batik, and Luca Monti, and also performed instrumental accompaniment and chamber music with Dennis Benda, and jazz piano with Martin Leiter. be taught by Received master's degree in June 2016.
In addition to classical music, he also focused on commercials and film music. While studying abroad, he represented the Taiwanese government and worked on the production of music for the Taichung International Animation Film Festival.
Also, on February 12, 2017, he performed with mandolin player Yasunobu Inoue and the Taiwan Mandolin Band (former: Taipei Mandolin Band) at the National Palace Museum (concert hall) in Taipei. In October 2017, "BPM 129" composed for the mandolin orchestra was premiered in Osaka. In September of the same year, she began studying instrumental accompaniment under Dennis Benda, and at the Munich International Music Competition in September 2018, she was the piano accompanist for Serena Ott, who became the first woman to win the trumpet section of the competition. Ta.