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Dina Yoffe Piano Recital

Dina Yoffe Piano Recital


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Venue: Kamakura Arts Center Large Hall

Concert overview: The first piano recital of the Chopin series, an all Chopin program, spanning two years toward the 150th anniversary of Chopin's death at the Kamakura Art Museum. Dina Yoffe will appear on October 17, the anniversary of Chopin's death. In 1975, he won the second prize at the 9th Chopin Competition. Please look forward to Joffe's warm and mature performance full of natural emotions.

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Ticket inquiries: Kamakura Art Museum Ticket Center 0467-48-4500


Piano Sonata No.3

4 improvisations

Andante Spianato

Gorgeous large polonaise etc.


Born in the former Soviet Union of Latvia. Graduated from the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow after studying at the Darvin Music School in Riga. In 1967, he won the 2nd prize in the piano section of the International Children's Competition in Prague, and in 1974 he won the 2nd prize in the Schumann International Competition in Germany.

In 1975, he won the second prize at the 9th Chopin Competition and received international attention. Polish newspapers and magazines praised her performance at the Chopin Competition, and she was introduced on TV in Japan and gained many fans. Since then, she has performed in various places in Poland, Germany, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union, and also made her first visit to Japan in 1979. It is overflowing and full of charm that makes everyone who listens happy.”

Since moving to Israel in 1989, he has continued to receive acclaim for his performances around the world, including the United States, Mexico, Belgium, Argentina, France, and Switzerland. He has performed with orchestras around the world, including the Israel Philharmonic under Zubin Mehta, the NHK Symphony Orchestra under Neville Marriner, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Moscow State Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Leningrad Orchestra. He also performed six nights of recitals at the Japan Chopin Music Festival held in Nagoya, Osaka, Tokyo, Yokohama, and Sapporo, which were broadcast on NHK.

Since 1991, he has been a professor at the Rubin Conservatory of Music, Tel Aviv University, Israel. In recent years, he has taught master classes in Italy, Ukraine, and Germany. Based in Japan, he performs in Japan as well as overseas.

Currently, he is active in various fields such as solo recitals, duo concerts with Wyman, co-starring with orchestras, recordings, and radio appearances.