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Yukari Arai Piano Recital

Yukari Arai Piano Recital


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Yukari Arai Piano Recital

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Small Hall

Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Sponsor: Steinway Japan K.K.

[Same-day tickets will be sold at the venue entrance from 18:30]
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F. Liszt: "Fountain of Villa Este" from Year 3 of the Pilgrimage
F.Liszt : Anne'es de pelerinage “Les jeux d'eaux a la Villa d'Este

Ravel : Water play
M.Ravel : Jeux d'eau

Ravel : Mirror
M.Ravel : Miroirs

M. Mussorgsky: Suite "Pictures at an Exhibition"
M.Mussorgsky : Tableaux d'une exposition


After completing the Department of Instrumental Music at the Faculty of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts and the Graduate School of Music at the same university, completed the Geneva Conservatory of Music in Switzerland and obtained a soloist diploma. He won 3rd place at the 7th Monopoli International Piano Competition in Italy, as well as the highest Asian award, and was selected for the 69th Music Competition of Japan. In addition to performing with orchestras, he has performed at the Chopin Festival in Paris, piano festivals and recital series in France and Switzerland.
After returning to Japan, he gave recitals and masterclasses all over the country in the Young Virtuoso Series by Steinway Japan, and his debut CD "Melancholy" released from the Steinway label was selected as one of the "3 CDs of the Month" by the Mainichi Shimbun. ing. Former Tokyo Music School Sogakudo debut concert series, commemorative concert with Horowitz's piano (No.314503), La Folle Journée au Japon, and many other concerts. Participated in the piano part as an extra. Chanel "Pygmalion Days" series artist in 2007.
He has performed and recorded with many famous string and wind instrument players, and in March 2009 released a CD with the legendary violinist Ida Handel. At the 76th (2007) and 79th (2010) Music Competitions of Japan, she won the Competition Committee Special Award (co-starring award) as a piano partner in the violin division.
She studied piano under Keiko Ueno, Shuji Tanaka, Kenji Watanabe, the late Harina-Czerny Stefanska, and Dominik Merle, and chamber music under Keiko Urushibara and Reiko Honjo.
For three years from 2007, he worked as an accompanist at Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of String Instruments.
Currently, Tokyo University of the Arts Wind Instrument Department Accompaniment Assistant and Senzoku Gakuen College of Music Piano Department Part-time Lecturer.
Steinway artist.