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Kyushu Symphony Orchestra Munakata Performance

Kyushu Symphony Orchestra Munakata Performance

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Venue: Munakata Yurix Harmony Hall

Performers: Yuto Suzuki (conductor), Mitsutaka Shiraishi (piano), Kyushu Symphony Orchestra

Inquiries: Munakata Yurix Division 0940-37-1483

Photo: Iwakiri et al.

Program

Bach/Reger: O Man, Lament the Greatest Thy Sins
Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor"
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 "Fate"

Profile

Yuto Suzuki (Conductor)
Kyushu Symphony Orchestra (Orchestra)

Mitsutaka Shiraishi (piano)

After attending the high school attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, completed the Tokyo University of the Arts and its graduate school. In 1989, he entered the Juilliard School. 1990 Gina Bachauer International Scholarship Competition Winner. In 1991, she won the on-campus concerto competition and performed with the Juilliard Orchestra at Lincoln Center. Returned to Japan in 1992.
In 1994, at the 63rd Music Competition of Japan, she won the Kinoshita Award (co-starring), which is given to excellent performances of Japanese songs. His solo, chamber music, concerto, etc., have a reputation for high musicality, and are highly trusted by domestic and foreign co-stars. What deserves special mention is the lively, overwhelming sense of rhythm and structure, and the finely polished and beautiful sound that makes you feel the unique universe. In addition, his repertoire is wide, and his talent is fully demonstrated regardless of the field, such as Japanese and contemporary works. Many appearances on NHK-BS, NHK-FM, etc. In activities such as the public hall music revitalization project of the Foundation for Regional Creation, he travels around the country, actively working on educational programs for children, and also serves as a judge for juniors and various competitions. As a culmination of one year's activities, the solo recital held regularly in Tokyo counted 25 times every year. The ambitious program and the refreshing stage are also attractive, and it is one of the few talented groups.

CDs include "Regulus Circuit", "109", "Grand Conductor's Piano Works", "Composer Mravinsky", "Beethoven Piano Sonatas Vol. 2007) was well received, and "Leroy Anderson on Piano" received praise from Anderson's family.

He studied piano under Keiko Kanazawa, Yoshie Takara, the late Jun Date, Hitoshi Kobayashi, and Martin Canin, chamber music under Felix Galimia, and accompaniment under Jonathan Feldman. Part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts and Ochanomizu University.