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Ofusu Vega Tribute to Rachmaninoff Cyprian Katsaris Piano Recital

Period

2023/12/3 (Sun)

Venue

Osaka College of Music The College Opera House

Ticket Fee

General: 4,000 yen
Students: 2,000 yen * From 4 years old to university students
(all seats reserved, tax included)
* Admission is possible from 4 years old
* If you come with a student ticket, please bring a certificate showing your age on the day of the performance.

WEB reservation / telephone reservation Either ★ is accepted
phone reservation: 0120-240-540 * Toll-free
★(Reception hours 10: 00 - 18: 00 on weekdays * Operator support)

* When making a reservation from the Internet, seat selection is possible

[GETTIIS sales] *You will be redirected to another site.
*Different from confetti members.

+ Ticketing Fee



Detailed Information

Performance content F. Schubert: Impromptus / S. Rachmaninoff: Fantasy Pieces
C. Katsaris: Goodbye Rachmaninoff and others

Franz Schubert : Impromptus
Sergei Rakhmaninov : Morceaux de Fantaisie Op.3
Cyprien Katsaris : Good Bye Rakhmaninov
Performances Homepage https://office-vega.net/
Appearance
Staff
Schedule <Date>
2023/12/3 (Sun)


<Schedule>
December 3 (Sun) 18:30 start
* Doors open 30 minutes before the start.
*Running time: about 2 hours
Ticket Fee General: 4,000 yen
Students: 2,000 yen * From 4 years old to university students
(all seats reserved, tax included)
* Admission is possible from 4 years old
* If you come with a student ticket, please bring a certificate showing your age on the day of the performance.

WEB reservation / telephone reservation Either ★ is accepted
phone reservation: 0120-240-540 * Toll-free
★(Reception hours 10: 00 - 18: 00 on weekdays * Operator support)

* When making a reservation from the Internet, seat selection is possible

[GETTIIS sales] *You will be redirected to another site.
*Different from confetti members.

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Osaka College of Music The College Opera House
Remarks
Organizations Overview Katsaris, a pianist and composer himself, is a French Cypriot born in Marseille in 1951.
won first prize at the International Sifra Competition at Versailles in 1974 and was the only Western European winner at the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition in Belgium in 1972. He has performed with world-renowned orchestras such as
Berliner Philharmoniker and conductors such as Leonard Bernstein, Kurt Masur, Myung-Whun Jung and Simon Rattle.
won the Record of the Year Award in Germany in 1984 for Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, composed and arranged by Liszt. He has recorded with
Teldec, and has made numerous recordings with Sony Classical, EMI, Deutsche Gramophon, BMG-RCA, Decca, Pavane, etc.
, and is currently recording on his own label "PIANO21".>'s unique lessons.
was appointed "UNESCO Artist for Peace" in 1997 and has participated in many related concerts. Visiting professor at Osaka College of Music.

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