Takeshi Hatano Euphonium Recital

Takeshi Hatano Euphonium Recital


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Venue: Ishibashi Memorial Hall

Concert Overview: Euphonium, a Greek instrument meaning "good sound". Hatano's performance, which expresses the richness, beauty, and splendor of it with great sensitivity, It inspires many people.

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In 1986, while attending high school attached to Kunitachi College of Music, he won the 3rd Leonard Falcone International Euphonium Competition in the United States in the student category. While studying at Kunitachi College of Music, she won 4th place in the 9th Japan Wind and Percussion Competition, Euphonium Division, and performed at the university's graduation concert and the Yamaha Brass Newcomer Concert. After that, he studied abroad at Duquesne University in the United States and completed an artist diploma course. In 1995, he won first prize in the artist category of the 10th Leonard Falcone International Euphonium Competition, and in the same year won first prize in the 12th Japan Wind and Percussion Competition, and performed with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. Appearing on TV at NHK Kofu Broadcasting Station, appearing in NHK-FM recitals, and performing solo with the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra.

Currently, in addition to being a member of Tokyo Brilliant Brass, he is also active as a free euphonium player and a brass band instructor, taking charge of one-point lessons in Band Journal magazine, and is expected to be a rare euphonium player.

Studied under Toru Miura and Brian Bowman.