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Tsunehito Nakai/Brahms

Tsunehito Nakai/Brahms


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Artist name: Tsunehito Nakai (piano) PAMP-1030



J. Brahms

J. Brahms

Piano Sonata No. 3 in F Minor, Op. 5

Klaviersonate Nr.3 f-moll op.5

8 Pieces Op.76

8 Klavierst?ke op.76

Variations on a Theme of Paganini Op.35 Vol.1

Variationen?ber ein Thema von Paganini op.35 1


Nobuhito Nakai (Piano)
After graduating from the music high school attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, the same university, the same graduate school, and the graduate school (Meister class) of the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich, he studied at the Mozarteum University of Music and Performing Arts Salzburg. Received a DAAD scholarship while studying in Germany. Invited to participate in Beethoven's lecture given by Mr. Opitz of the W. Kempf Cultural Foundation in Positano, Italy.

Yoko Watanabe, Morio and Mutsuko Tozawa, Susumu Umetani, Katsumi Ueda, Gerhard Opitz, and Karl-Heinz Kemmerling on piano; Alfons Kontarski on piano duo; Helmut Deutsch and Donald Sulzen on song accompaniment. Studied under Mr.

3rd place in the Japan Music Competition. 2nd place in J. Brahms International Music Competition, Audience Award at Gala Concert by top winners in 4 divisions. 1st prize at the Senigallia International Piano Competition, together with the chamber music prize and the aria/song accompaniment prize. Viotti International Music Competition (Vercelli) 3rd Prize, Prague Spring International Music Competition, Diploma. Winner of the Mavi Marcotte International Piano Competition. 4th place in the Murray Dranoff International Two Piano Competition.

Brahms: Concerto No. 1 with Croatian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Pro Arte Marche Symphony Orchestra (Italy), No. 2 with RAI Italian National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kukurova Devlet Symphony Orchestra (Turkey), Akira Naito, Tokyo New City Orchestra, Yamashita Performed with the Toho Orchestra Academy, conducted by Kazufumi, and the Geidai Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Yoko Matsuo. In particular, in the Tokyo New City tube regular, he quickly acted as a substitute in a few days due to his trust, and it attracted a lot of attention.
Appeared in the Beethoven Piano Concerto for the 100th anniversary of the birth of W. Kempff in Italy, conducted by G. Bertini, performed Tchaikovsky with the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, and also performed Rachmaninoff, Liszt, etc. with the orchestra.

Currently an associate professor at Toho Gakuen University. He also teaches piano solo and piano duo at Toho Gakuen Graduate School. Starting with Tomamu Resort Seminars, we are also focusing on educational aspects such as lectures, competition judging, advice lessons, etc.