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OTTAVA foresta “Marumo Sasaki & Urara Sasaki”

OTTAVA foresta “Marumo Sasaki & Urara Sasaki”


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OTTAVA foresta

Classical Internet radio program

(Public Live Broadcast)

Cast : Sasaki Marumo (cello) & Sasaki Urara (piano)


(Yokohama Municipal Subway "Center Kita Station" Exit 2, immediately right "YOTSUBAKO"

Fee: Free admission (numbered tickets will be distributed from 12:00 on the day)

*First half (14:00-) Produced by Showa University of Music, trombone quintet

"Easy Trombone Ensemble" will perform.

Marumo Sasaki & Urara Sasaki will perform in the second half (15:00~).


to be decided


Marmo Sasaki (cello)
Marumo Sasaki , Cello

Graduated from the Padua National Conservatory. Graduated from Lausanne Conservatoire with first prize and honorary virtuoso class. Completed the soloist class at the Berlin State University of Arts. He has studied under Mineo Hayashi, W. Bettcher, and D. Geringas. Winner of Genoa International Cello Competition, Aspetarti International Music Competition (Italy) and many others. At the age of 15, he performed with the Tartini Orchestra, and as a soloist with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and the Baden-Baden Philharmonic Orchestra. Principal cellist of Bernstein's Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra. At the Carl Flesch Academy (Germany), he won the "Forderpreis" and was described as "performing the Saint-Saëns concerto with splendid brilliance". Appeared as a guest at the Deutsches Symphoniker Berlin Chamber Music Subscription Concert (at the Berlin Philharmonic Hall). Performed as a soloist with an orchestra at a music festival at the Brandenburg Gate Square in Berlin, and received favorable reviews. In addition to a month-long USA tour with the Berlin Jacques Thibaud String Trio, activities with the Padova Trio formed by his father and sisters, he has given recitals throughout Europe. After working with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, he joined the Berlin State Opera Orchestra (music director Barenboim), which boasts a history of 500 years, as the first Asian to join the orchestra as a permanent member, and has been with the orchestra for six years, also serving as chief assistant. Currently, he is active in a wide range of performances, including solo and chamber music. In the wake of the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake, he held a charity concert to support the Great East Japan Earthquake at the La Fenice Opera House in Venice, a world-famous opera house. In March 2012, he released his first solo CD "CELLOPERA Opera House Remembrance" with Sasaki Marumo (cello) and Sasaki Urara (piano).

Urara Sasaki (piano)
Urara Sasaki , Piano

Debut concert at the La Fenice Theater in Venice at the age of 12. After graduating from the Padua National Conservatory with first class and honorary awards, he studied under R. Buchbinder and T. Nikolaieva. Studied under Professor H.Medimoretz at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna, and graduated at the top of his class with the “highest score unanimously agreed by all judges” in the soloist class. 1st prize in the Città di Cento Music Competition (Italy) and the Special Prize of the Media Association, 1st prize in the piano section of the Bayreuth International Music Competition (Germany) and the Bayreuth Mayor's Prize, the Longo Music Competition, the Rovere d'Oro International Music Competition (Italy) ), the Gargano Music Competition, the Torre Orsia International Piano Competition, and the first prize at the Bösendorfer Piano Competition held at the Vienna Musikverein Hall. He has performed in various places in Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and the United States. Performed with the Basel Symphony Orchestra, Bayreuth Gerra Symphony Orchestra, Royal Chamber Orchestra, Osaka Century Symphony Orchestra, etc. In addition to being active as a soloist, giving recitals in Vienna and Tokyo, he has also performed with famous musicians from overseas. Released CDs of "Lullaby" from Victor (Commemorating the birth of Princess Masako/Co-starring with the Royal Chamber Orchestra conducted by Shunsaku Tsutsumi), piano teaching material Gillock "Accent On", and "Bach-Busoni: Chaconne & Schulhoff: Hot Music" from Camerata Tokyo. . Held public lectures nationwide for piano teachers. Assistant pianist at the Kusatsu International Summer Music Academy & Festival. Judge at the 1st Takamatsu International Piano Competition and the Osaka International Music Competition. Honorary member of the Japan Gillock Association.