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[Same-day tickets will be sold from 18:30] Risa Yasuda Piano Recital

[Same-day tickets will be sold from 18:30] Risa Yasuda Piano Recital


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Risa Yasuda Piano Recital

Risa Yasuda Piano Recital

[Date and Time]

February 22, 2023 (Wednesday) 19:00 (doors open at 18:30)


Ginza Oji Hall


All seats are unreserved General 3,500 yen Student 2,500 yen

→ Online registration has ended, but same-day tickets will be sold at the venue from 18:30, so please come directly to the venue.


Embassy of Hungary in Japan / Liszt Hungarian Cultural Center


Bartok: Sonatine Sz.55
Bartok: Romanian Folk Dance Sz.56
List: Years of the Pilgrimage, Second Year from "Italy"
Three Petrarca Sonnets 47, 104 and 123
Reading Dante - Sonata Fantasia
Schumann: Kreisleriana Op.16


Risa Yasuda

After graduating from Asahikawa Higashi High School in Hokkaido, majored in piano at Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Music, and completed a master's course at the same university.
During her two years in graduate school, she studied abroad at the Hungarian National Liszt Conservatory with the support of the Rotary Foundation and the Hokkaido Cultural Foundation.
After graduating from the Graduate School of the University of the Arts, he was selected as an excellent student for the "Bösendorfer Joint Recital (Hamarikyu Asahi Hall)". Mainichi Student Music Competition (All Japan Student Music Competition Hokkaido Tournament) 1st place for 2 years in a row.
Settsu Music Festival Little Camellia Competition Overall 1st place, special prize Osaka Governor's Award, Vienna International Pianist Competition (Austria) 2nd place.
Performed with Japan Century Symphony Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Geidai Philharmonia, Asahikawa Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to various domestic concerts such as the Geidai Piano Series and Liszt Festival in Omotesando, he has performed in recitals in Hungary, Italy, Austria, and the United States.
In addition to his solo career, he has been invited as an official pianist to the "Asahikawa-Vienna International Violin Seminar" every fall since 2005, and the "Mozarteum International Summer Academy" (Salzburg) every summer since 2006, performing at various venues during the Salzburg Festival. He was the first Japanese official pianist at the Cervo Music Festival (Italy), the Orpheus Music Festival (Vienna), and the 2010 Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition (Vienna).
Active as a chamber music pianist, including a duo concert with Peter Schmiedl (former principal clarinetist of the Vienna Philharmonic) and chamber music with the Austrian Bank Artist of the Year winner (violin, cello).
Rika Yonezawa, Shinnosuke Tashiro, Fumio Ishibashi, Kenji Watanabe, and István Landsch on piano; Kenji Watanabe, Akiyoshi Sako, Katsuya Matsubara, and Michael Frischenschlager on ensemble and chamber music; Yutaka Kadono on piano duo. study.
Part-time teacher at Fuji Women's University for 4 years from 2006, part-time teacher at Tokyo University of the Arts for 5 years from 2010, and part-time teacher at Sapporo Otani University's piano department for 6 years from 2010. Pre-lesson instructor at Tokyo University of the Arts Early Education Project in Sapporo.
In 2014, released the CD album "Homage to Liszt".
Currently, he is a part-time lecturer at Bunkyo University, Saitama Gakuen University, and Tokyo Gakugei University, and provides individual instruction in Tokyo and Hokkaido.