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[Same-day tickets available] Jun Matsuoka Piano Recital "Piano Symphony" Vol.3

[Same-day tickets available] Jun Matsuoka Piano Recital "Piano Symphony" Vol.3


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Jun Matsuoka Piano Recital "Piano Symphony" Vol.3


Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

[Date and time]

Start 19:00 (doors open 18:30)

[Same-day tickets will be sold from 18:15]


Price: All unreserved seats 4,000 yen

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Concerto in D major, BWV972 - on Vivaldi's Harmony Inspiration in D major, RV230 -
Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D Minor BWV903
Piano Sonata No. 18 in E-flat major, Op.31-3
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Symphony No. 5 "Fate"


Jun Matsuoka (piano)
After studying instrumental music at Tokyo University of the Arts, completed a master's course at the same graduate school. For two years from 1993, he studied at the Hungarian Liszt Conservatory as a Rohm Music Foundation scholarship student. He has won numerous awards in domestic and international competitions and auditions. In 1999, he became the first Japanese to win the Brahms International Music Competition, piano division, first prize and the Bösendorfer Prize. He has performed with orchestras in Japan and abroad, including the New Japan Philharmonic, Sendai Philharmonic, Nagoya Philharmonic, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, and Moldova National Philharmonic. In addition to her solo recitals in various places, her performances with Miklos Pereni (Vc.), Joseph Lynn (Vn.), Katerina Schott (Vn.), and Abri Leviton (Va.) have all been highly acclaimed. Ta. In the spring of 2003, he was invited to the "Contemporary Music Festival" held in Kiev, where he co-starred with "Kiev Soloists" and held solo and chamber music concerts, which were highly acclaimed. Since then, he has been invited to Kiev every year and has appeared in various concerts, including concerts with orchestras, solo concerts, and chamber music, in various places in Ukraine and in Kishinev, the capital of neighboring Moldova. To date, he has studied solo under the late Miyo Keto, Kenji Watanabe, Yutaka Kadono, I. Rantosh, F. Rados, and C. Kiraly, and chamber music under F. Rados and D. Sandor. Currently, Showa University of Music, graduate school and junior college, Showa Piano Art Academy part-time lecturer.