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Philharmonia Brass Quintet

Philharmonia Brass Quintet


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That legendary quintet restarts!

Philharmonia Brass Quintet

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[Date and time]

November 25, 2022 (Friday) 19:00 start (18:30 open)


Ongaku no Tomo Hall

[Ticket price]

Free seating

General 5,500_x0008_ yen

University students and younger 3,500 yen

* Preschoolers are not allowed to enter

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Philharmonia Brass Quintet

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*The program may change due to circumstances.


Philharmonia Brass Quintet

Yukihiro Sekiyama (trumpet)
Born in Hirosaki City, Aomori Prefecture in 1955. Graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae. Appeared in the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recommended Concert. 1979 Maurice André International Music Competition Ensemble Category 3rd Place. 1st place at the 49th Japan Music Competition. From October 1982, studied abroad at Northwestern University in Illinois, USA as an overseas trainee of the Agency for Cultural Affairs. After returning to Japan in 1983, he joined the NHK Symphony Orchestra. Until 2015, he was the principal trumpet player of the NHK Symphony Orchestra. Studied trumpet under Mr. Fujio Nakayama and Mr. V. Chikowitz. Lecturer at Shobi College of Music. Active in a wide range of activities, including solo, ensemble, and teaching younger students. Trumpet lesson videos and textbooks (Toa Ongakusha) are now on sale. In 2003, he was in charge of solo in the Taiga drama "Musashi" and was well received. Released solo CD "Trumpet Sonata Collection" in December 2004 and second solo CD "Favorites" in December 2005.

Saki Chisei Bussaka (trumpet)
Born in Saga Prefecture in 1956. Graduated from Musashino Academia Musicae. He studied trumpet under the late Takahiko Kobayashi, Yutaka Tobe, Isao Fukui, and Alan Kirks. Joined the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra in his fourth year of university. In 1979, he won the 3rd prize in the Maurice André International Concours Brass Ensemble category held in Paris. In the same year, he joined the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. 1982 Studied abroad in Munich, Germany. Studied under former Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra principal trumpet player Chandler Goetting. Appeared as an extra in the same orchestra, and returned to the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra after returning to Japan. Joined the NHK Symphony Orchestra in 1990. Member of The Trumpet Concert, J'zCraze, Saga Brass Quintet. Professor at Musashino Academia Musicae.

Otohiko Fujita (horn)
After graduating from the Department of Music, Nihon University College of Art, studied abroad at the Guildhall School of Music in England. Received the Cutley Chamber Music Award while in school. After returning to Japan, he formed a woodwind quintet, won first prize at the 18th Min-On Chamber Music Competition (now the Tokyo International Competition), and became the first Japanese finalist in the woodwind quintet category at the 34th Munich International Competition. . Won 3rd place (no 1st place) in the 59th Japan Music Competition Horn Division. Studied horn under Kaoru Chiba and David Cripps, and chamber music under Jonah Ettlinger and Dennis Wick. Currently, as a recording artist, he participates in the performances of many musicians' CD albums, movies, and commercials. Katsuhisa Hattori "Ongakubatake" "Tokyo Pops" orchestra member. In the field of classical music, he is active as a specialist in chamber music and contemporary music. He also presides over the Levainvert Woodwind Quintet, whose concerts and two CDs (ALM) have been highly acclaimed. At Nihon University College of Art, Department of Music, he teaches horn and chamber music as a lecturer.

Yoshiki Hakoyama (trombone)
Born in Tokyo. Studied trombone under Kikuo Sato. In 1978, he joined the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and in 1979, he graduated from Kunitachi College of Music. In 2008, he joined the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra. In 2018, he joined the Chiba Symphony Orchestra. In 1993, he premiered the trombone concerto "Orion Machine" composed by Takashi Yoshimatsu at the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra's 449th regular concert, and has performed the same piece several times since then.
2007 Released solo CD "Viva Yoshiki" (Mercury COO-017) and CD "Motto Trombone" with orchestra study score (Mairc mmBK004, mMCD00024). 2012 Released CD with commentary "Cop Rush 60 Etudes" (bitmap BMCD-1009,10). 2013 Solo CD "Trombone Collection" (Bitmap BMCD-2002) released. In 2016, released a commentary CD "Roche Melodic Etudes Volume 1" (bitmap BMCD-1033/5). 2021 Solo CD "Trombone Collection 2 'Little Buckaroo'" (Bitmap BMCD-2006) will be released.

Yuya Tamura (tuba)
Born in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture in 1991. Started playing the tuba in junior high school. After studying at Sakushin Gakuin High School, graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Music, Department of Instrumental Music, and graduated from the same university. He has studied tuba under Yukihiro Ikeda, Eiichi Inagawa, and Ikuzo Tado. He also received guidance from Yasuhito Sugiyama, Walter Hilgers, Rex Martin, David Zambon, and Mike Roylance. Appeared in the 2013 Yamaha Wind Instrument Newcomer Concert. 2015 20th Concert Marronnier 21 Brass Division 1st place. Also, as a member of the Menagerie Brass Quintet, he won first place in the brass quintet category at the 10th Jeju International Brass Instrument Competition (Korea) in 2015. He has performed with orchestras such as Saito Kinen Orchestra and Die Deutsche Kammerphilharmorie Bremen.