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Nikkei Performance Secretariat The 492nd Nikkei Muse Salon Johannes Fleischman & Ryoma Takagi Duo Recital

Period

2020/1/31 (Fri)

Venue

Nikkei Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats reserved (advance): 3,800 yen (tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content 【Program】
Beethoven/Violin Sonata No.4 in A minor Op.23
Beethoven/Violin Sonata No.5 in Emajor Op.24 "Spring"
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E.Korngort/Suite 11
C. Ehrenferner/Matsushima Fantasy Op.21 (2013 Composition)
Elgar/Greetings Works 12
Monti/Charlesash
Chrysler/Love Sadness, Joy of Love, Viennese Fanatical Fantasy
Performances Homepage http://www.nikkei-events.jp/concert
Appearance Johannes Fleischmann?? Buy @ Iorin? Ryoma Takagi? s ano?
Staff
Schedule <Date>
2020/1/31 (Fri)


<Schedule>
January 31 (Fri) 18:30

※Opening doors are held 30 minutes before the show starts.
*Duration: About 2 hours
Ticket Fee All seats reserved (advance): 3,800 yen (tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Nikkei Hall
Remarks
Organizations Overview Johannes Fleischmann (violin)
Graduated from The University of Vienna National Music and Theater University. Received scholarships from the Angeliker Procop Foundation and the Tokyo Foundation of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. In May 2009, he made his solo debut with Brahms's Violin Concerto at the Vienna Konzerthaus, and was in the limelight. He has also been a guest at the Vienna Philharmonic and has performed with great conductors such as Barenboim, Gergiev, Jansons and Mehta. As a music ambassador for the Austrian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, he has been active in the United States, Central and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. He is actively involved in a variety of activities, including solo, orchestral performances, chamber music, and educational activities for children.
Ryoma Takagi Takagi (piano)
Winner of the 16th Edvard Gleagues International Piano Competition and Audience Award, and seven international competitions. During the 2019/20 season, he performed at the 126th Annual Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and performed with the Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra. He has performed extensively in Japan and Vienna, including recitals at the Vienna Musikons Association and the Elp Philharmonic. Appeared in NHK Sogo TV "Piano Forest" as Shuhei Amamiya. He is a student at the National College of Music in Vienna and the Imola International Piano Academy.

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