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Complete Masterpieces Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall & Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Taijiro Iimori Piano: Emiko Imagawa

Complete Masterpieces Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall & Tokyo Symphony Orchestra Conductor: Taijiro Iimori Piano: Emiko Imagawa


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Masterpiece Complete Works Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall & Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Taijiro Iimori
Piano: Emiko Imagawa

Venue : Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall

Photo: Akira Muto


Taijiro Iimori (Conductor)
Taijiro Iimori, Conductor
Emiko Imagawa (piano)
Emiko Imagawa, piano
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
Tokyo Symphony Orchestra

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.5 in E-flat major, Op.73 "Emperor"
"Tristan and Isolde" - Prelude and Love's Death
Opera "Valkyrie" ~Valkyrie's Ride
Twilight of the Gods - Siegfried's Death and Funeral March
Prelude to Act 1 of the opera "Meistersinger von Nuremberg"


Emiko Imagawa, piano
Graduated from Toho Girls High School Music Department. While studying at the Music Department of Toho Gakuen University, he studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He won the highest prize at the Salerno International Competition, won the Capri International Competition, won the 3rd prize at the Stresa International Competition (no first prize), and won the 3rd prize at the Enna International Competition (no first prize). Get a high rating.
After returning to Japan, he has been invited from Europe and the United States to perform, and in Japan he has performed recitals and chamber music, as well as the Suk Chamber Orchestra, the Nordic Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, and orchestras.・Collaborated with domestic and foreign orchestras such as Ensemble Kanazawa, Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Sendai Philharmonic Orchestra, Gunma Symphony Orchestra, and Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra.
With the Royal Metropolitan Orchestra, she will perform "Bach's Concerto for 2 Pianos" with the maestro Jörg Demus, and perform three piano concertos in one night at the "Emiko Imagawa Piano Concerto Evening". He has performed with many famous conductors in Japan and abroad, including Jean-Pierre Varèse, Naohiro Totsuka, Taijiro Iimori, Shunsaku Tsutsumi, the late Sakae Sakakibara, Kazuyoshi Akiyama, Tetsuji Honna, Christian Lindbergh, and Nori Iimori. In March 2011, he performed Grieg's Piano Concerto with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Kazuhiro Koizumi.
Since 2006, a series of concerts "Emiko Imagawa ~ Schubertiade", centered on playing all of Schubert's piano sonatas, has received a lot of attention from all quarters.
So far, he has studied piano with Kazuko Ariga, Classimira Jordan, Dianko Ilief, Heinz Medimorek, Roland Keller, the late Georg Vaschaheli, and Sergey Edelmann.
Her sophisticated Viennese classical pianism never ceases to fascinate listeners, but in recent years, she has ``has established herself as a talented group supporting the middle class'' (Ongaku no Tomo) and ``dramatic and majestic. It can be said that his expression surpassed the common sense of ordinary Japanese pianists, and he overwhelmed the listeners with his powerful and brilliant power of expression (Musica Nova). He is steadily building his career as a talented pianist, such as appearing at the top.
The CD includes Beethoven's piano sonatas "Pathétique", "Moonlight" and "Farewell", the first album "Bee." The second album was released from Bellwood Records. In addition to appearing frequently on TV and radio programs such as TV Asahi's "New Titleless Concert", NHK-FM, NHK-BS "Pia no Pier", etc., he was a judge at the Roussel International Competition (Bulgaria) in 2008. He is active in many fields such as
Currently a part-time lecturer at Musashino Academia Musicae. He also puts a lot of effort into teaching the next generation.