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Yohei Wakioka Piano Recital Paintings Spinning with Sound

Yohei Wakioka Piano Recital Paintings Spinning with Sound


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Performance place : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall
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《Same-day tickets will be sold from 18:30》Yohei Wakioka Piano Recital -Paintings spun with sound-
[Date and time]
August 22, 2023 (Tuesday) 19:00 start (18:30 open)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall
[Ticket price]
All seats are unreserved: General 4,000 yen Student 2,500 yen
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Yohei Wakioka (piano)
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JS Bach: Toccata in C Minor BWV911
C. Debussy: Prints
S. Rachmanino: Etude from "Sound Painting" Op.39
No. 2, No. 7, No. 8, No. 9
M. Mussorgsky/V. Horowitz ed.: "Pictures at an Exhibition"


Yohei Wakioka (piano)
Started playing the piano at the age of 5, graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts Music Department after attending the Music High School attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. In 2010, he graduated with the highest score in the graduation examination of the Konzerteigsämmer course at the Berlin "Hans Eisler" University of Music, and obtained the national performer's qualification. After that, he studied at the Liszt Conservatory in Budapest for a year.

Since she was a student, she has participated in domestic competitions such as the Kazusa Academia Piano Competition, the Music Competition of Japan, the Hamamatsu International Piano Academy Competition, the Calabria International Piano Competition, the Porto International Piano Competition, the Arthur Schnabel Piano Competition, and the Franz Liszt Prize International Piano Competition. Winner of numerous international competitions such as

In 2005, he received a scholarship from the Meiji Yasuda Cultural Foundation for two years.In 2007, he became a trainee of the Agency for Cultural Affairs.

He has performed with Geidai Philharmonia, New Philharmonic Chiba, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, Joyful Orchestra Kochi, Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra, Berlin Konzerthaus Orchestra, etc. In particular, Schumann's Piano Concerto with the Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra received high acclaim in German music magazines and newspapers.

In 2010, 2012, and 2015, the recitals held at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall received high acclaim in domestic music magazines. Since 2009, he has regularly performed in the recital series of the Liszt Museum in Budapest, and in the spring of 2013 he was invited by the Liszt Society to perform at the opening ceremony of the Wagner-Liszt Music Week held at the museum.

She has studied under Hitomi Ohata, Mari Dewa, Ikuyo Kamiya, Takako Horie, Midori Tanabe, Emiko Harimoto, H. Sigfridsson, G. Kupfernagel, and G. Nardl. He has also attended masterclasses by V. Mischuk, V. Makarov, A. Vardi, Hiroko Nakamura, D. Bashkirov, P. Gililov, and BL Gelber.

The CD "Three Orchestral Works for Two Pianos" co-starred with Kimiko Higuchi is now on sale from molto fine.

While currently active as a solo pianist and chamber musician, he is also focusing on nurturing the next generation. Former part-time lecturer at the High School of Music attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. Currently an associate professor at Nihon University College of Art.