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The 4 Players Tokyo Public Genepro Executive Committee The 4 Players Tokyo Public Genepro

Period

2020/4/13 (Mon)

Venue

Tiara Trying Small Hall

Ticket Fee

All seats are free (advance): 2,000 yen (including tax)

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Performance content The new coronavirus infection has been discontinued to prevent the spread of infection.

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[Program]
Beethoven/String Quartet No.3 in D./>Beethoven/String Quartet No.3 in D major op.18-3

Beethoven/String Quartet No.16 in G major No.16 In G major 135
Beethoven/String Quartet No.16 in F Major op.135

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[Cast]
Tetsuo Tetsuo Tozawa (violin)
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts, he completed his master's degree. In January 1995, while in graduate school, he became a concertmaster of the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra. In addition to his recital activities as a soloist, he has also performed with orchestras. In 2001, he joined the members of Morgoa Quartet and made a bold attempt to "15 Songs of the Shostakovich String Quartet in one night" at Minato Mirai Hall, and a cover album of the progression that had a great response. He has always been recognized for his energetic activities in a novel way, and has won the Arion Award for the year, the 1st Yoshio Sagawa Music Award Encouragement Award, and the 1st Annual Music Award. He is a part-time lecturer at The National College of Music.

Kanako Endo (violin)
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University's School of Music after graduating from the Music Department of Toho Women's High School. Won the 1st Tokyo Chamber Music Competition. 2nd Place in the String Quartet Category of the 2nd Osaka International Chamber Music Competition. He was awarded the highest prize at the 5th Paolo Borciani International String Quartet Competition and the Special Prize for Salvatore Charino. He was invited to participate in music festivals in Japan and abroad, such as the Kirishima International Music Festival. He is active in a wide range of activities, from chamber music to orchestra lupus. He is currently the second leading violinist of the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra. He is also a member of The 4 Players Tokyo 2nd Violinist, Yokohama Sinfonietta and The Sinfonietta Miyoshi. He is also active in solo recitals and volunteer performances at facilities.

Hironori Nakamura (viola) Hironori Nakamura (viola)
Graduated from Aichi Prefectural University of the Arts and Sciences, Graduate School of The Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts. Received the 8th Japan Musicians Competition. In 2011, he was invited to perform at the International Music Festival "Young Prague" in various parts of the Czech Republic. Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra for the year of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. Joined the Yeon-yeon Symphony Orchestra for 15 years. He is currently a second-time player. He is also active in the Viola Quartet Alto de Campagne, the Partenza Quintet, the Nagano Chamber Orchestra member, and the Yokohama Sinfonietta season member. Since 19 years, he has appeared regularly as a member of The 4 Players Tokyo in the chamber music corner of "Enter the Music" in BS Tele-East.

Rinako Yaguchi (cello) Rinako Y (violoncell)
Start edits from the age of 5. He studied under shoichi Baba, Ken Miyagi, Nobuko Yamazaki and Danjuro Ishizaka. After working at Tokyo University of the Arts, he studied at the High School of Music and the University of Music at Dresden University of Music. He participated in master classes by Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, D. Geringas and M. Pereni. The 31st Kirishima International Music Festival Award. 1st place in the 10th Viva Hall Cello Competition. Recital at Daiichi Life Hall. Performed with the Saxon State Police Orchestra in Dresden. Performed in various parts of Europe, including concerts at the Embassy of Japan in Berlin. Performed with the Leipzig String Quartet. He has appeared in the ensemble series, The Rizonare Music Festival, and the Miyazaki International Music Festival. In April 2019, he became the chief cellist of the Yamagata Symphony Orchestra.

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[Staff]
Yukio Fujioka (The 4 Tokyo Players Producer) Sachio Fujioka (The 4 Players Tokyo producer)
Graduated from Royal Northern College of Music. Since his debut in 1994, he conducted the BBC Philharmonic at the Proms and has been a guest in a number of overseas orchestras. In 2006, he was in the limelight at the Oviedo Opera, spain, where he directed Britain's "The Rotation of the Screws" and R. Strauss 'Ariadne on the Island of Naxos' in 2006. In 16 years, he performed with A. Dumay and V. Afanasiev in Brussels. In May 17, he performed with the Irish National Symphony Orchestra in Mahler's Fifth Symphony, and the audience was a huge success. After working for the Manchester Chamber Orchestra and the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, he is currently the chief conductor of the Kansai Philharmonic. He has performed more than 40 performances each year and has always been highly acclaimed for his performances with the Kansai Philharmonic, which has reached its 20th season in 19 years. Although he has appeared on television and radio, he has participated in the launch of the program and is performing with the Kansai Philharmonic as a conductor and host, and every Saturday at 23:30 a.m., he entered the season of the fifth year of October 18, and the broadcast exceeded 200. He was awarded the Music Award at the Akio Watanabe Music Foundation in 02. Ambassador of Culture and Tourism, Nagahama City, Shiga Prefecture. In April 19, he became the chief guest conductor of the Tokyo City Philharmonic.
Official Fan Site http://www.fujioka-sachio.com
Performances Homepage http://www.planet-y.co.jp/
Appearance Tetsuo Tozawa?? Buy Iolin? Kanako Endo?? Buy Iolin? Yonori Nakamura?? Buy B Ola? Rinako Yaguchi?? 'Ero?
Staff Yukio Fujioka?? He 4 Players Tokyo Producer?
Schedule <Date>
2020/4/13 (Mon)


<Schedule>
Monday, April 13, 2020 6:30 p.m. Open 19:00 start
Ticket Fee All seats are free (advance): 2,000 yen (including tax)

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Tiara Trying Small Hall
Remarks
Organizations Overview "Enter the Music" (BS Tele East), a music program conducted and directed by Yukio Fujioka, Principal Conductor of the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra and Principal Guest Conductor of the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra Every Saturday from 23:30 to 24:00 (from 8:30 to 9:00 from April) Fujioka produced the program himself, and a quartet by the top players of four different orchestras was born. Its name is "The 4 Players Tokyo". The members include Tetsuo Tozawa, concert master of the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra's 2nd violinist Kanako Endo, the NHK Symphony Orchestra's second-seat viola player, Andora Nakamura, chief cellist of the Yamagata Symphony Orchestra. Four of Rinako Yaguchi. Currently, the program is popularly broadcasting a fun talk and performance with members as guests every time, with the document footage of the music making and rehearsal scenes from the birth of this quartet. This time, the members requested that they want to perform in front of customers before an important performance, and we decided to do this "Public Genepro" specially.

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