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Mori Music Office Co., Ltd. The Strongest Two In the Flute World!!

Period

2020/1/13 (Mon)

Venue

Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats are free (general): 4,000 yen
All seats free (students): 2,500 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content The best fruitists born in Japan are Yutaka Koyama and Seiya Ueno, both of whom swept the Japanese flute world in their teens. Koyama became the champion of the Kobe International Flute Competition, Ueno's Rampal International Flute Competition, and the world's highest international competition for the same generation, and after more than ten years, they finally performed together.
The fourth installment of the popular "strongest" series.
Performances Homepage https://www.mori-music.com/seiya/schedule/
Appearance Seiya Ueno?? t root? Hiroki Koyama?? t root? Takuya Uchimon?? s Ano?
Staff Mori Music Office
Schedule <Date>
2020/1/13 (Mon)


<Schedule>
Monday, January 13, 2020, 7:00 p.m.
Ticket Fee All seats are free (general): 4,000 yen
All seats free (students): 2,500 yen
(tax included)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall
Remarks
Organizations Overview Seiya Ueno
Born in Tokyo in 1989. In 2004, he won the first prize in the Junior High School Of The All Japan Student Music Competition, the Gold Prize in the Flute Division of the Japan Junior Wind Percussion Competition, the First Prize in the Junior High School Division of the Osaka International Music Competition, and the Osaka Governor's Award. She has her first recital at the age of 15. In 2005, he entered Tokyo Metropolitan High School of Art and won the first prize in the High School of High School at the All Japan Student Music Competition. In 2008, he entered the Flute Major at tokyo University of the Arts, won the first prize in the woodwind category at the Matsukata Hall Music Awards, and the first prize of the 8th Jean-Pierre Rampal International Flute Competition. He has studied in France since 2009. In 2012, he graduated from the first course of the National High Court of Music in Paris with the best judges and the Special Jury Prize. He won the 25th Aoyama Music Award for Newcomer and the 17th Hotel Okura Music Award.

Hiroi Koyama
Born in 1986. Born in Niigata Prefecture. In 1999, he won the first prize in the junior high school of the 53rd All Japan Student Music Competition. In 2002, he won the first prize in the high school division of the 56th All Japan Student Music Competition. In 2004, he won the First Prize at the 73rd Japan Music Competition and received the Audience Award. In 2005, he won the first prize at the 6th Kobe International Flute Competition. He has studied under Akiko Mikami, Wolfgang Schulz, Paul Meisen, Satoshi Horii, Hans-Georg Schmeizer and the late Orel Nicole. In 2006, he won the 17th Idemitsu Music Award. In 2007, he received the Niigata Governor's Award. After graduating from Keio University's Faculty of Science and Engineering in 2010, he moved to Europe and studied under Felix Rengri at the Basel Conservatory in Switzerland. He is currently the principal player of the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra.

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