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Romantic Bouquet - Asami Miyake Piano Recital Series - Beethoven 250th Anniversary

Romantic Bouquet - Asami Miyake Piano Recital Series - Beethoven 250th Anniversary


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A Bouquet of Romance ~ Colorful Personality Pieces (Character Pieces) and the World of German Lied ~

Asami Miyake Piano Recital Series Vol.1 Beethoven “250th Anniversary of Birth”

November 2, 2020 (Mon) Start 19:00 (Doors open 18:30)

Ginza Oji Hall

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Vol.1 Beethoven “250 years of birth”

Piano Sonata No. 14 in C sharp minor, Op. 27-2 <Fantasia Sonata> "Moonlight"
Fantasia Op.77
Six Bagatelle Op.126


Welcome guest Mr. Itaru Mitsuzuka

Adelaide Op.46
From Songs on the Poetry of Geralt
Glory of God in Nature, Op.48-4

Three Songs on Goethe's Poetry, Op.83
sadness joy
colorful ribbon

Song Cycle "For the Distant Lover" Op.98
sit down on a hill
out of the gray fog
Light sailing ship sailing through the sky
Even those clouds that fly across the sky
May returns, flowers bloom in the fields
love, for you


Started playing the piano at the age of 5 and won first place in the 36th All Japan Student Music Competition Elementary School Division National Tournament. Appeared on NHK TV "Ongaku no Hiroba" and NHK-FM broadcasting. Grand Prize in the High School Division of the 5th Kanagawa Music Competition. While studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, performed Liszt's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra. After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts in 1993, he entered the Berlin University of the Arts in Germany. Since 1994, as a soloist of the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, he has appeared in regular concerts at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall every year. Radio recording and broadcasting on German national broadcaster SFB. Graduated from the same university in 1997 with the highest score and entered the graduate school. Since 1996, he has received a scholarship from the Rohm Music Foundation and studied at the Imola International Piano Academy in Italy. Won 3rd prize at the 2nd Sakai International Piano Competition, 2nd prize at the 25th Palmadoro International Music Competition, and 2nd prize at the 9th TIM International Music Competition. Performed at the 20th La Roque d'Antheron International Piano Festival. He has also given recitals in Germany and Italy, and in 2000 completed the performer course at the Berlin University of the Arts. Qualified as a national performer. He also graduated from the Imola International Piano Academy with a diploma. In 2001, after returning to Japan, he gave a well-received debut recital at Oji Hall. Since then, he has appeared at music festivals, held solo recitals every year, and performed with many orchestras such as the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, and has continued to perform vigorously as a soloist and chamber musician both in Japan and overseas.
In 2006, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of her birth, the “Mami Miyake Shostakovich Series” was launched, attracting attention. In 2008, he released the complete CD of Shostakovich's "24 Preludes and Fugues" from the Regulus label, the first for a Japanese. Received high praise in newspapers, record art, etc. Appeared on NHK-FM "Meikyoku Recital". In 2008 and 2009, he performed at the festival in Faenza, Italy. In 2010, he started performing all Beethoven piano sonatas. At the same time, he completed the Beethoven Chamber Music Series (complete piano trio, violin sonata, cello sonata) with members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra (violin: Tomoyuki Hayashi, cello: Kenichi Nishiyama) in 2013. In March 2012, he performed Shostakovich's Piano Concerto No. 1 with the Orchestra of the Hermitage Museum of Russia, which was well received. In 2013-2014, he performed in the Beethoven Violin Sonata Complete Concert in Kyoto, and in 2016-2017 in Gwangju, South Korea. Since 2015, she has regularly performed at Ensemble Berliana Chamber Music Concerts in Suwon and Gwangju, South Korea. In 2016, he started “Yamato de Classic” in Yamato, Kanagawa, planning and performing concerts that are popular with local people. In 2017, he completed the complete Beethoven piano sonata concert, and the final concert was selected as one of the "Top Ten Concerts Selected by Music Critics and Journalists 2018" (monthly magazine "Ongaku no Tomo").
He has studied under Jiro Ogasawara, Yoko Sukegawa, Teruji Karashima, Klaus Helwig, Leonid Margarius, and Boris Petrushansky. Studied chamber music with Koji Toyoda, Thomas Zetmeyer, Thomas Brandis, and Hartmut Rohde. Other tutors include Georges Šebok, Isaac Zeter, Lev Naumov, Louis Lorti, Eliso Virsaladze, Konstantin Ganev, and Ilya Yitin.
From 2006 to 2011, he worked as a lecturer at the Tokyo University of the Arts Music High School, and currently teaches at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. Member of the Japan Music Federation. Full member of All Japan Piano Teachers Association. He has also been involved in the judging of many competitions such as the Japan Musician Competition, the Kanagawa Music Competition, and the Yamaha Junior Piano Competition. He has also produced many award winners and has won the Outstanding Teacher Award.

Graduated from the Faculty of Letters, Chuo University. Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts vocal music department and graduate school. Performed as a soloist of "War Requiem" (composed by Britten) at the Tokyo University of the Arts regular performance. In addition to being the soloist of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony every year, he has performed as a soloist of religious songs such as Messiah (Handel), St. Participated in "Requiem", "Misa Song", etc. He has also performed in many operas since he was a student. In particular, he actively participates in Japanese premieres and new works. In 1993, he played the role of Capré in "Romeo and Juliet" (composed by Gounod) and the role of Mercutio (at the time of replay in 1994). In the Japan premiere of "One Day in the Kingdom" (Verdi composition), "Vampire" (Marschner) at the New National Theatre, Tokyo in 2005, and Shakespeare's "The Taming of the Shrew" (H. Goetz composition) in 2009. played the leading role.
In February 2008, he played the title role of "Nabucco" in Verdi's "Nabucco" composed by Opera Aya and received the Mitsubishi UFJ Trust Music Encouragement Award. In 2009, the role of Desgrieux in Massenet's "Portrait of Manon" was described as a hit. In 2010, he played the role of Conradin in "Seckingen's Trumpeter", and in September 2013, he played the role of Macbeth in Verdi's "Macbeth" and received favorable reviews. Actively participating in new operas. In 2017, he played the role of Faust in "Tokyo Faust" (play by Faust and Mephisto) by up-and-coming composer Daisuke Kinoshita. A new opera is scheduled to be performed in Ishikawa Prefecture this year as well. In addition to opera, his repertoire includes German lieder and French songs. Recently, he has been involved in directing and arranging, as well as vocalization and breathing techniques, and has been teaching younger generations. Lecturer at Toyo Eiwa Jogakuin University, Toho Junior College of Arts, and Soshin Girls' School.