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November 22, 2023 Goldberg Variations on Florestan Trio

November 22, 2023 Goldberg Variations on Florestan Trio


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Performance place : Lutheran Ichigaya Hall
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Goldberg Variations on Florestan Trio
~ Seeking a more organic and three-dimensional string trio version
Goldberg for string trio arranged by Naoki Tsurusaki
[Date and time]
Wednesday, November 22, 2023 19:00 start (doors open at 18:30)
There will be a 10-minute pre-talk starting at 19:00.
*This performance is 1 hour and 30 minutes (no intermission).
Lutheran Ichigaya Hall
All unreserved seats 4,000 yen
Haruyo Tsurusaki (violin )
Nachiko Ueno (viola)
Naoki Tsurusaki (cello)
[Ticket handling]
Ticket Pia (P code: 245-354)
Lawson ticket (L code: 33033)
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JS Bach: Goldberg Variations BWV 988 Complete


Haruyo Tsurusaki, Violin
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts, studied abroad in Paris. In 1978, he joined the Orchester National de Lyon, France. He regularly appears in chamber music concerts of the Orchester de Lyon. Starting with concerts of chamber music works by Japanese composers such as Toru Takemitsu and Ichiro Nodaira, he has performed various chamber music such as string quartets, quintets, and piano quintets. In 2018, he retired from the orchestra. Launched in 2015, he plans and manages a chamber music series in his hometown of Chaponot, and he himself performs concerts centered on string quartets with his friends from the Orchester de Lyon.
In May of this year, he organized a school-sponsored concert in which first graders narrated Poulenc's "Little Elephant Babar Story" (composed for piano, violin, cello, and saxophone), which was very well received.
He studied under Moriyasu Iso Kimi, Yozo Iwasaki, Joseph Calvet, and Gérard Poulet.

● Nachiko Ueno (viola) Nachiko Ueno, Viola
Living in Germany. After working as a violinist in orchestras throughout Germany, he began teaching in the city of Borken. After retiring, in search of music that he really wants to play, he has been planning chamber music concerts in Germany and the Netherlands.
In Japan, she studied under Ayako Ojima and Yozo Iwasaki.
Mr. and Mrs. Tsurusaki have been musical companions since Tokyo University of the Arts, and have performed in Germany, France, and Japan with quartets and trios.

Naoki Tsurusaki, violoncello (cello)
70 years old this year. It has been 12 years since I retired from the Lyon National Opera in 2011. The zodiac has turned around. Using a 5-string cello commissioned by Mr. F. Cuyken and a late baroque bow made by Mr. C. Ryder in Paris this year, a pleasant baroque life began. There are those who say baroque no matter what, and those who play baroque because it's fashionable. I enjoy playing equal temperament and Beethoven piano sonatas as fast as I can (so very slowly) in my spare time. The composition is poor. S. Lee's "40 Melodic Etude" supervised and composed and arranged for the second cello accompaniment will be published from Zenon Music Publishing in August. A video created by Mr. Fumiaki Kono will be released on YouTube soon. On March 23rd (Sat) next year, a Bach unaccompanied recital will be held at Opera City. Studied the cello under Noriyuki Miki, Reine Frachaud, and Maurice Gendron.