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Kyosuke Fukui Piano Recital

Kyosuke Fukui Piano Recital


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Keisuke Fukui Piano Recital

Friday, October 1, 2021

Start 19:00 (doors open 18:15)

Venue: Yamaha Hall

This performance will be held as scheduled.

Same-day tickets will be sold from 18:15 at the reception desk in the lobby of Yamaha Hall (Yamaha Ginza store 7F).

Please take care of yourself while your feet are bad.

We look forward to seeing you there .

Fee: All reserved seats General 3,000 yen / Students (U-25) 2,000 yen

*In order to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, the number of seats is limited to 1/2.

*Please refrain from visiting preschool children.

Play guide

Lawson Ticket (L code: 33705)

Sponsored by: Kreutzer Memorial Society / All Japan Piano Teachers Association (PTINA)

Management: Pro Arte Musique


C. Debussy:
From "Preludes Volume 1"
"No. 7 What the West Wind Sees" "No. 10 The Sunken Temple" "No. 12 Minstrel"

S. Rachmaninoff:
"No. 10 in G flat major" from "Preludes, Opus 23"
"No. 12 in G sharp minor" and "No. 13 in D flat major" from "Preludes, Opus 32"
"1st song in E-flat minor 'Elegy'" and 2nd song in C-sharp minor "Bell" from "Fantastic Pieces Op.3"
"No. 5 in E Minor" from "Painting Etudes <Pictures of Sound> Op. 39"

F. List:
From "Year of Pilgrimage 2nd Year Italy S.161"
"No. 2 Pensive Man" "No. 5 Petrarca's Sonnet No. 104" "No. 7 Reading Dante: Sonata Fantasia"


Keisuke Fukui (piano)
Graduated from the Virtuoso Department of Musashino Academia Musicae. Completed the Virtuoso course at Musashino Academia Musicae Graduate School of Music. Winner of the Kreutzer Prize. 2013 Asia International Music Competition University student piano division 1st place. In 2012, he performed as a soloist with Musashino Academia Musicae Orchestra at Opera City and Herculessaal, Germany. In 2014, he performed at the "15th Newcomer Concert" sponsored by the Japan Piano Tuners Association, and at the 2014 College of Music Graduation Concert (Tokagakudo, Imperial Palace). 2015 Appeared in a lunchtime concert at Kawai Omotesando Pause. Appeared in a concert by the 2016 Kreutzer Prize winners. Performed at the Chopin Festival 2018 in Omotesando. He has studied piano with Mie Ishimura, Sugata Mitsui, Toru Maruyama, Naoaki Fukui, and Kemal Gekic. Currently a part-time lecturer at Musashino Academia Musicae and its music school.