Skip to product information
1 of 1

Shuko Matano Chamber Music Series "Rakuko no Toki plus" Cello Noboru Uemura & Piano Shuko Matano Duo Recital

Shuko Matano Chamber Music Series "Rakuko no Toki plus" Cello Noboru Uemura & Piano Shuko Matano Duo Recital


Performance date :
Regular price 7,000 円
Regular price Sale price 7,000 円
Sale Sold out
Tax included. Shipping calculated at checkout.
seat type
View full details

Shuko Matano Chamber Music Series “Time of Music plus”

Cello Noboru Uemura & Piano Shuko Matano Duo Recital

[Date and time]

October 23, 2022 14:00 (doors open at 13:30)


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

[Admission fee]

General/¥4,000 Student/¥2,000 Pair/¥7,000

*Advance sales end

Same-day tickets will be sold from 13:30 at the venue reception on the day


Japan Federation of Musicians/Kyoto City University of Arts Faculty of Music/All Japan Piano Teachers Association


Pro Arte Musique 03-3943-6677


Beethoven: 12 Variations on a Theme from Mozart's "The Magic Flute" op.66
Beethoven: Sonata for piano and cello op.69
Schumann: Fantasia (for cello and piano) op.73
Brahms: Sonata for piano and cello op.38


Nagako Matano, piano
Completed post-graduate course at Geneva Conservatoire.
Studied under Professor L. Hildbrun at the same conservatory. While studying at the Conservatoire, she began her performance activities, including giving recitals in Switzerland and France.
Debut recital in 1985 in Osaka. Since then, he has given recitals in Tokyo and Osaka, NHK-FM Fresh Concert, joint recitals, Tsuneyoshi Naraba, Noboru Uemura, Telemann Chamber Orchestra, Mozart Chamber Orchestra, Slovak Quartet, M. Nostitz String Quartet, Berlin. He has performed with many musicians from Japan and overseas, such as string quartets, and is actively performing in the fields of solo and chamber music, mainly in the Kanto and Kansai regions.
In recent years, she gave recitals in Kansai and Tokyo in 2009, 2011, 2014, and 2016, and from 2003 to 2009, she performed in the series "Shuko Matano: An Evening with Mozart and Schubert," colored with beautiful sounds and rich imagination. Mozart and Schubert, which exuded a deep humanity, were well received.
From 2009 to 2013, the chamber music series "Rakuko no Toki" (performances funded by the Japan Chamber Music Foundation) also came to a successful conclusion, and the piano duo series "pianist plus pianist", which started in 2015, also received high acclaim each time. It has gained.
In addition to "Salon de Nagako Bashamichi" from April 2018, a series of lecture concerts "Dialogue between a pianist and a piano maker meister" will be held from April 2019, and from 2021 at Shibuya Nonaka Anna Hall. , held a piano salon concert series "Salon de Nagako Nonaka Anna Hall".
In addition, in addition to holding a series of public lessons and public lectures, he also serves as a judge in various competitions around the world.
Since 1985, he has been teaching younger students at Kyoto City University of Arts.
He is a regular member of the Japan Federation of Musicians, the Japan Society of Musical Expression, the Japan Piano Education Federation, and the All Japan Piano Teachers Association (PTNA).