May 14, 2022 (Sat) 15:00 start (14:30 open)
Ginza Oji Hall
(Address: 4-7-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 03-3564-0200)
All non-reserved seats ¥4,000 (consumption tax included )
*Please refrain from entering preschool children.
Waltz in F major, Op.34-3
Nocturne in D flat major, Op.27-2
Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op.23
Lv Beethoven: Piano Trio No. 4 in B flat major, Op.11 “Street Song”
J. Brahms: Piano Quartet No. 1 in G minor, Op.25
*The content of the performance may change due to unavoidable circumstances.
Mayumi Asano (piano), Yuzuki Watanabe (violin), Saki Ishida (viola), Ryosuke Moriyama (cello)
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Supported by Japan Federation of Musicians / Yasuko Yamada Encouragement and Grant Concert
Sponsor: General Incorporated Association MEET MUSIC
Sponsored by: Japan Federation of Musicians, Senzoku Gakuen University, All Japan Piano Teachers Association (Pitina)
Requests to customers regarding prevention of the spread of new coronavirus infections
The hall and lobby will be ventilated at any time, and the event will be held after taking measures according to the infection status. Please refrain from visiting if you have symptoms such as fever or cough or are worried about your physical condition. Please be sure to help us wear masks.
Mayumi Asano (piano)
While studying at Toho Gakuen University, he performed with the Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra.
Winner of the Saint Non La Breteche International Piano Competition, Winner of the Luigia Stramesi International Piano Competition, Winner of the Rovere d'Oro International Music Competition, and 3rd Prize of the Maria Canals International Competition. He has given solo recitals all over Europe and participated as a soloist in tour concerts of the Hildesheim Stadttheater Orchestra.
After returning to Japan, he developed a wide range of performance activities such as solo, chamber music, duo piano, and song accompaniment. Released a duo CD with Vienna Philharmonic principal cellist Tamás Varga, which was evaluated as a record art special edition and a Yomiuri Shimbun recommended edition. He has also released a CD of baritone Katsunori Kono and Japanese songs. Selected as one of the "famous Japanese pianists" in the "Latest Piano & Pianist" magazine (published in January 2018) edited by Ongaku no Tomo. ” was selected.
Studied piano under Tomoko Yamada, Naoyuki Taneda, Keiko Takeuchi, and R. Benz, and chamber music under P. Dunn. Lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music and a part-time lecturer at Toho Gakuen University Music School Attached Music School for Children.
Yuzuki Watanabe (violin)
Completed Toho Gakuen Girls High School Music Department and Toho Gakuen Soloist Diploma Course. Studied in Paris from 1996 to 2002. Completed the Paris École Normale Chamber Music Department and the 3rd Graduate School of Violin and Chamber Music at the National Conservatory of Music in Paris. Studied under Ryosaku Kubota, Ryoji Kubo, Toshiya Eto, A. Dumay, and JJ Kantorow.
In 1992, he won the Hideo Saito Prize in the chamber music section of the Tokyo International Music Competition. In the same year, the 61st Japan Music Competition won first place. In addition, he received the Leucadia Award, the Kuroyanagi Award, the Sumi Award, and the Overseas Dispatch Special Award. 2001 Gaetano Ginetti International Chamber Music Competition 2nd place. Associate principal player of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, part-time lecturer at Senzoku Gakuen College of Music. A member of the Triton Sunny Sea Orchestra.
Saki Ishida (viola)
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts and completed its graduate school. Received the Doseikai Prize and the Graduate School Acanthus Music Prize while on campus. After completing graduate school, she switched to viola and went to Europe to complete a post-graduate program at the Mozarteum University of Music in Salzburg.
In 2019, she won the 13th Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition Semifinalist Award and Special Award. Highly rated on The Strad website.
Participated in Viola Space, Project Q, Ozawa International Chamber Music Academy Okushiga, Saito Kinen Orchestra, etc. As a soloist, he has performed with the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra, Japan Century Symphony Orchestra, Geidai Philharmonic Orchestra, and others. Kioi Hall Chamber Orchestra 2019 season member. A member of the quartet Okushiga. Currently, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra's associate principal viola player.
Ryosuke Moriyama (cello)
Born in Toyota City, Aichi Prefecture. After studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the master's course at the same graduate school. After graduating from university, she won the Doseikai Award and performed in a commemorative concert. Studied abroad in Munich as an overseas trainee of the Affinis Cultural Foundation. Received the 8th Viva Hall Cello Competition Special Prize (Inoue Prize), the Haramura Chamber Music Seminar, the Green Wind Encouragement Prize, and the Haydn Prize. Received the Toyota City Cultural Promotion Foundation Cultural Newcomer Award. He has studied under the late Akira Kubota, Ryoichi Hayashi, Toshiaki Hayashi, Hideki Kitamoto, Nobuko Yamazaki, and Yves Savary. Currently a cellist of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. Member of cello ensemble Quartet Explloce and Zephyrus Piano Quintet.