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Yoshihiro Hara Piano Recital

Yoshihiro Hara Piano Recital


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Yoshiyuki Hara Piano Recital

Supporting appearances: Maria Hara (violin), Hiromi Uekusa (cello)

Venue : Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall

Sponsored by: All Japan Piano Teachers Association (Pitina),

Japan-Austria Cultural Association, Seitoku University Music Research Center,

Tokyo University of the Arts Music High School Kyoshinkai,

Yoshihiro Hara Fan Club


Chopin: Nocturne in G Minor, Op.37-1
Chopin: Nocturne g-moll op.37-1
Chopin: Ballade No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 23
Chopin : Ballade Nr.1 ​​g-moll op.23
Chopin: Piano Trio in G Minor, Op.8
Chopin : Klaviertrio g-moll op.8
Liszt: Sonata in B Minor
Liszt : Sonate h-moll


Yoshiyuki Hara, piano

Graduated from the high school attached to Tokyo University of the Arts and piano course at Tokyo University of the Arts. Completed the piano major at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, Austria with the highest score unanimously by all professors, and passed the Austrian Performer's National Examination. He has given more than 250 concerts, including recitals and piano concertos, mainly in Europe and Tokyo. Main activities in Europe include recital at the Vienna Art Week, recital in Bratislava, concerto concerto at the Czech-Slovak Music Festival, concerto concerto at the Bulgarian Sophia Philharmonic Orchestra regular concert, Polish National Warsaw Radio. Concerto concerto with symphony orchestra, broadcasting throughout Poland, concerto concerto concerto at Krasische Philharmonie Bonn, regular concerts in Germany (Nuremberg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Bremen, Hamburg). In addition, we cannot overlook the fact that he has performed many ensembles with prominent musicians of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. He is one of Japan's leading pianists, with a distinctly Viennese personality nurtured by the musical climate of Vienna. It is something that we cannot help but associate with and allows us to fully enjoy the atmosphere of Vienna. He is also known as the first Japanese pianist to perform all of Mozart's piano solo works. In addition, he participates in the Seitoku University International Mozart Symposium and the Hakodate International Mozart Symposium as a panelist, participates in competition examinations, teaches piano lessons, writes papers, presents at academic conferences, and writes for music magazines. CD; Schubert: Piano Sonata No. 21, Beethoven: Piano Concerto "Emperor", Mozart: Piano Concerto No. 23 (Tabakov/Sophia Philharmonic Orchestra), Mozart: Three Sonatas, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star Variations, etc. Released from record. Studied under Hiroko Fujii, Tsuneko Ozu, Hideo Sugiura, Hiroshi Tamura, Tatsuo Mizutani, Hans Graf, Leonid Blumberg, Viktor Teufelmeyer, Hans Kang, and Klaus Schilde. Currently a doctoral student at the Graduate School of Music and Culture, Seitoku University, and a professor at the Faculty of Music. 2005-2008 Visiting professor at Wiener Musik Seminar. Official website

Maria Hara, violin

Born in 1990. Every year since childhood, he has traveled to various parts of Europe, mainly in Vienna. Since 2000, she has participated in the Summer Master Class of the Vienna State University of Music every summer, studying under Eduard Czenkowski and Rosvita Landach. In August 2006, he performed Mozart's Concerto No. 5 with the Czech Musica Istopolitana Chamber Orchestra. On the recommendation of conductor Mario Kosik, in October, he performed the same piece with the Janáček Philharmonic in Ostrava and Krnov in the Czech Republic. In April 2007, Katsushika Bunka Koubou Audition 1st place. Performed Saint-Saëns Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso with the Budapest Concert Orchestra. Participated in the Geikou/Paris UNESCO Peace Memorial Concert. August: 1st prize at Dichler Competition (held in Vienna). Acclaimed at the winners' concert. In August 2009, he won the 1st prize in the stringed instrument category at the 5th Romanian International Music Competition. Awarded 1st place in all categories. Participated in the Geidai Symphony Orchestra in Germany. Since January 2010, he has performed many concerts, including the winners of the Romanian International Music Competition at Suntory Hall Blue Rose, the Romanian Embassy concert, and La Folle Journée. In October, he was sent to Romania as a supplementary prize for the Romanian International Music Competition. Invited to the Romanian International Music Festival, he gave recitals mainly in Bucharest at the Cantacuzino Palace (George Enescu's House), the Burlad Museum, Ion Creanga High School, and the residence of the Japanese ambassador, achieving great success.
He has studied under Gérard Poulet, Oleg Crisa, Gregory Fagin, Kazuki Sawa, and Takako Yamazaki. After studying at the High School of Music attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, she is currently in her fourth year at the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts.

Hiromi Uekusa, cello

After graduating from the music high school attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, enrolled in the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra for 10 years. While in the troupe, studied abroad in Cincinnati, USA for two years, and held a recital there. After leaving the company, released Piazzolla's CD "Cafe 1930". At the CD release commemorative concert at the Opera City Recital Hall, he performed a song that was premiered in Japan and received a favorable reception. In addition, he has appeared on NHK-FM "Afternoon Recital", recorded recordings of domestic and foreign artists, performed at Carnegie Hall, and performed at Sogetsu Hall.
Currently a lecturer at the Faculty of Music, Seitoku University, and a member of Ensemble Forte. In addition, he is active as a cellist who performs a wide range of performance activities such as chamber music and orchestral principal player. In June 2011, we plan to release a CD titled "Itsuka no Utsukushii Ano Hi Ni You" from Disc Classica.