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24th Ceremoa Charity Concert

24th Ceremoa Charity Concert


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24th Ceremoa Charity Concert

Venue: Yomiuri Otemachi Hall

Yomiuri Otemachi Hall

All seats reserved SS ¥9,500 S ¥7,500 A ¥6,500

Photo: K.Sakayori


WA Mozart WAMozart

Opera "The Marriage of Figaro" Overture
Ouvertre Le nozze di Figaro

Piano Concerto No.23 in A major KV488
Konzert fr Klavier und Orchester Nr.23 A-dur KV488

Symphony No. 41 in C major, KV 551 "Jupiter"
Symphonie Nr.41 C-dur KV551 "Jupiter"


Ken Takazeki, Conductor
Kyoto Symphony Orchestra Permanent Principal Guest Conductor (from April 2014) Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra Permanent Conductor (from April 2015)
In 1977, while still a student at Toho Gakuen, he won the Karajan Conductor Competition Japan. He studied at the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra Academy and served as Karajan's assistant until 1985. At the Tanglewood Music Festival in 1981, he received instruction from Mr. Bernstein and Mr. Seiji Ozawa, and made his European debut conducting the Bergen Symphony Orchestra. In 1983, he won the 2nd prize at the Nicolai Marko Memorial International Conducting Competition, and in 1984, he won the Hans Swarovski International Conducting Competition. Since then, he has performed as a guest performer with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra, the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Danish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin, the Klangforum Wien, and the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra. At the St. Petersburg Philharmonic regular concert, he brought out a rich sound from a prestigious Russian orchestra, and was highly praised by the audience and the orchestra. In opera, the New National Theatre, Tokyo performance of Yuzuru, and the Osaka College Opera of Peter Grimes have been well received. Mr. Boulez performed at the Kyoto Prize Award Memorial Workshop, and Mr. Argerich and Maisky performed at the Japan premiere of Shchedrin's work. It is highly praised by soloists, and has gained tremendous trust from soloists. He has served as Music Director and Permanent Conductor of the Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Permanent Conductor of the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Permanent Conductor of the Osaka Century Symphony Orchestra, Music Director of the Gunma Symphony Orchestra, and Permanent Conductor of the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra. Received the Akeo Watanabe Music Foundation Music Award (1996) and the Hideo Saito Memorial Fund Award (2011). Professor of Conducting, Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts.

Yuko Hisamoto
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts Music Department (piano major), completed master's course at Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School. He has performed with many orchestras and ensembles, including the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Vienna Salon Orchestra, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, and Berlin String Quartet.
In 2012 and 2014, he was invited to give recitals at the International Mozart Festival in Italy. The pattern was televised all over Italy and gained popularity. In 2011, at her recital in Vienna, she graced the cover of a piano magazine and received the title of "Bösendorfer Artist". His collection includes Bösendorfer (1829), Pleyel (1843), and Erard (1868), and has appeared in many concerts and recordings of historical instruments. Pursue the sound and aesthetics sought by composers in each era. In 2010, on the 200th anniversary of Chopin's birth, he performed in concerts using the Pleyel throughout the country. Performed in the presence of Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress at Ohga Hall in Karuizawa. His lectures and recitals, which aim to capture music from multiple perspectives, have also been featured in the Asahi Shimbun and Tensei Jingo. He has released 10 CDs so far, and "Haydn and Mozart" was selected as one of the Mainichi Shimbun CD selections and record art recommended editions. ” and other evaluations. His publications include "Mozart's Piano Music Research" (Ongakunotomosha), "I Want to Play the Original Version! Mozart's Piano Sonatas" (Altes Publishing), and "Mozart and Walter Piano" (Gakken Publishing). Associate Professor, Kunitachi College of Music Director, Japan Latvian Music Association

Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra
The Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra was established in 1962 by three group companies, Yomiuri Shimbun, Nippon Television Network, and Yomiuri Television, for the promotion and popularization of Japanese orchestral music. World-famous conductors such as Albrecht and Skrowaczewski have served as successive permanent conductors, and in April 2010, Sylvain Cambreling, a master of modern France, was appointed as the ninth permanent conductor, and has been active in concert activities. Is going. In March 2015, the group performed in Europe for the first time in 12 years under the baton of Cambreling, and received the highest evaluation from local music officials, saying, "It has a sophisticated sound befitting its long history." Currently, we invite Her Imperial Highness Princess Takamado as an honorary adviser, and we are developing a series of nine concerts centered on regular concerts at Suntory Hall in Akasaka, Tokyo. In addition to these performance activities, as a social contribution activity, we will continue to cooperate with the public interest incorporated foundation "Shoriki Koseikai" cancer patient subsidy project "Heartful Concert" and also work on "Friendship Concert" at elementary and junior high schools. ing. In addition, we continue to make steady efforts to expand the base of music culture, such as community-based "Salon Concerts" that deliver ensembles to medium-sized halls and support activities for amateur orchestras.