Michiyo Haneishi Plus Series Vol.9 ?Prokofiev, Prokofiev!?

Michiyo Haneishi Plus Series Vol.9 ?Prokofiev, Prokofiev!?


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Michiyo Haneishi plus Sachiko Fukutomi

MICHIYO Haneishi plus Series vol.9

Venue : Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

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MICHIYO Haneishi, piano

SHOKO Fukutomi, cello


Prokofiev: Piano Sonata No. 7, Op. 83 "War Sonata"
Piano Sonata No.8 Op.84 ``War Sonata''
Cello Sonata in C major, Op.119
*The songs and the order of the songs are subject to change. Please note.


Michiyo Haneishi (Piano)
Born in Utsunomiya City, Tochigi Prefecture. After attending Tokyo University of the Arts High School of Music, he graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts at the top of his class and received the Ataka Award and the Acanthus Music Award. Graduated from the same graduate school at the top of his class and won the Kreutzer Prize.
Selected for the 2nd Emerging Musician Concert Concert Marronnier 21 Piano Category, won the 10th Japan Chamber Music Competition as a duo with Eriko Sasaki (Vn), won 1st prize in the Yachiyo Music Competition Piano Category and the Mayor's Award. After that, held a solo recital at Sogakudo Debut Concert Series. Performed a piano concerto with the Geidai Philharmonia, the Yachiyo Symphony Orchestra, the Tochigi Symphony Orchestra, and the Utsunomiya Junior Orchestra. As an accompanist, he has performed with domestic and international soloists such as Jean-Yves Fourmeaux (sax). Fiscal 2011 "Children's Culture and Art Experience Project for the Next Generation" Dispatch Project Participated in the Great East Japan Earthquake Reconstruction Support Project, visiting and performing at elementary and junior high schools in Tochigi Prefecture.
In 1999, he established OCTAVE, a planning and performance group, and held concerts in Utsunomiya and Tokyo. Aiming for concerts with a theme, following the Sempre vivo series (8 times in total), he is continuing the "Michiyo Haneishi Plus Series" with unique programming that interweaves not only solos but also ensembles.
In addition, along with Yuko Tomioka (sax), she appeared in Series FOCUS and the concert of the composer group "Tokyo Rakuha" and witnessed the release of new songs.
She has studied piano under Hideko Oyama, Shoko Nakayama, and Michiko Ta, chamber music under Ichiro Nohira and Nobuko Yamazaki, and accompaniment under Takehiko Yamada.
Currently a performance researcher at Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Wind and Percussion Instruments. Also lecturer at Utsunomiya Kyowa University and Nippon Sport Science University.

- Shoko Fukutomi (Cello)
Dyspokinesis Association Certified Trainer
Graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts Music High School and graduate school at the same university.
He has won numerous awards, including the 1st prize at the Rome International Chamber Music Competition and the highest prize at the European International Music Competition Duo Division.
From 2002 to 2004, during her study abroad at the University of the Arts Berlin, she participated in the lecture "Dyspokinesis: Posture, Movement, Expression" by Alexandra Müller, Lecturer of the Cello Department and the Institute for Performers' Health at the Berlin University of the Arts. I know dyspokinesis in the class.
From 2005 to 2008, he attended the "Dyspokinesis Trainer Training Course" held in Duisburg, Germany for three years and acquired an official dyspokinesis trainer qualification. At the same time, in the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Tokyo University of the Arts, he took up the problem of string instrument players in particular, and conducted research on the harmony of the player's mind and body.
In parallel with his performance activities, after obtaining a dyspokinesis trainer qualification in 2008, he gives lessons to professional musicians and music students of various instruments, and is also a symptom of "focal dystonia", a special disorder of musicians. are also actively working on Currently a part-time lecturer at Tokyo University of the Arts.