Classical Music Concert Duo Recital

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Classical Music Concert

Department of cultural promotion in association with the fund for classical music promotion under the patronage of the late H.R.H. princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra and the Ueno Gakuen educational foundation, will organize the classical music concert in commemoration of the late H.R.H. princess Galyani Vadhana Krom Luang Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra. The concert will be performed by Masaaki Yasuda and Madoka Sato, piano and violin duo recital on Tuesday, 15th May 2018, 20.00 hrs. At small hall, Thailand cultural centre.

Masaaki Yasuda is a Japanese pianist known as a specialist on Messiaen, studied at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music under Kazuko Yasukawa, and has graduated Conservatoire de Paris (CNSMDP) under Yvonne Loriod-Messiaen and Michel Beroff and received 'Premier prix' on Piano, Accompaniment, and Chamber music.

He won the first prize at The Maria Canals International Music Competition (Junior), The Paris Steinway Piano Competition and TheFrance Music Competition in addition, Mozart prize and Messiaen prize. He is also a prize winner at The Marsala International Piano Competition, and The Senigallia International Piano Competition, and a finalist of The J.S. Bach International Music Competition, Leipzig.

He gives many concerts including recitals and chamber music in Japan and Europe.
Currently he is an Associate professor at Ueno Gakuen University.

Madoka Sato was born in Asahikawa, Japan. She studied at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music under Kazuki Sawa, Sonoko Numata, Takaya Urakawa and Gerhard Bosse. She also studied in London under BelaKatona and Tomotada Soh. During her doctor's course (1998-2005) she gave all-Sibelius recitals every year, introducing many unknown works. She gave a widely acclaimed performance of both versions of Sibelius's Violin Concerto with the Geidai Philharmonia in Tokyo(the original version for the first time in Japan). She received a doctoral degree of music at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in 2005. She is an associate professor at Ueno Gakuen University, and director of the Sibelius Society of Japan. She has been a prizewinner at the Prague Spring International Music Competition, the Václav Huml International Violin Competition, the Premio Rodolfo Lipizer International Violin Competition in 1994, and won third prize at the Jean Sibelius International Violin Competition in 1995. She performs as a soloist with Japanese and international orchestras, and is active in the field of contemporary music. She has collaborated with Folke Graesbeck since 2003 at the Sibelius i Korpo festival as well as in the USA, UK and Japan.

Reservation with free admission, please contact 02 653 2593

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