Very Special Piano and Violin Recital at Gigantea

August 14

Michiko Shiotsuka: Piano
Kazuno Naka: Violin

Date: August 14 (Wed), 2019 14:00
Venue: Gigantea Japanese Restaurant
Admission Fee: 100THB +Any contribution, big or small, is appreciated!

Salut d’amour – Sir Edward William Elgar
Tambourin chinois – Fritz Kreisler
Preludes Op.32-12 – Sergei Rachmaninoff (Piano Solo)
Méditation from Thaïs – Jules Massenet
Romanian Folk Dances – Bartók Béla
Nocturnes No.7 op.27-1 – Frederic Chopin (Piano Solo)
Liebesleid – Fritz Kreisler
Prelude and Allegro – Fritz Kreisler

After graduating from Senzoku Gakuen College of Music, Michiko has studied master courses in Japan and in France. She holds solo recitals, plays as an accompaniment, judges competitions, and teaches at her college. She has performed for variousembassies, corporations and for Japanese TV programs. Michiko has played with Tirgu Mures State Philharmonic Orchestra and with Oltenia Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania. She studied under Mari Arai, Max Egger, Henriette Puig-Roget, Georges Pludermacher, Lazar Berman, Edson Elias, and Natalia Trull. Her achievements include Excellent Award, Excellent Performance Award of Japan Classical Music Competition, and the Espoir Award of Osaka International Music Competition.

Kazuno Naka graduated Senzokugakuen Music College first of the list. Full scholarship for Senzokugakuen graduate school. She attend many music festivals and seminars. She has been active for solo, and chamber music. She played with O.Krysa, F.Agostini….and also playing with Tokyo philharmony orchestra, Tokyo symphony orchestra, etc as a freelance violinist. She has been teaching as a violin teacher at Senzokugakuen Music College and also working as an music interpreter with many famous conductors and professors.

Event Details

Timing: 2pm


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