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A pianist representing Japan in both popularity and ability
Minoru Koyama Piano Recital

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9 Variations on a Subject of Minuet by W.A.Mozart/J.P.Duport in D major K.573
F.Schubert/Impromptu in Flat Major Op.142-2, Impromptu in B-flat major Op.142-3 , Impromptu in G major Op.90-3, Impromptu in E-flat major Op.90-2

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Minoru Koyama

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Schedule

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2020/2/23 (Sun)

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2/23 (Sunday/holiday) 15:00

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All seats reserved (advance): 4,000 yen (including tax)

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Venue

Akihagi Music Hall

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Since winning the tchaikovsky International Competition and the Chopin International Piano Competition, he has always been active on the front lines, such as concertos, recitals, and chamber music.
He has performed with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic, the BBC, and many other orchestras in Japan. He is a judge of international competitions such as Chopin, Tchaikovsky, Ron Thibaut and Munich.
Since the Great East Japan Earthquake, we have performed at schools and public facilities in the disaster-affected areas, and Sendai has been holding a project "Children's Dream Hiroba " " """ every year, which is planned and designed as part of the activities of the disaster-affected areas, and serves as a general producer. The 30th "Bach: Goldberg Variations" was selected as a special edition of "Record Art". In 2020, the first Beethoven sonata recording, Hammer Kravies Sonatas and others, is scheduled to be released.
2005 Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival Music Category Grand Prize, 2013 Tonen General Music Award Western Music Category Award and Record Academy Award (Shakonu) 2015 NHK Symphony Orchestra "Arima Award", 2015 Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival Music Category Award, 28th Music Pen Club Music Award, 2016 Arts Award, Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Award. Received the Osaka City Citizen's Award in 2018. In fiscal 2017, he received the Purple Ribbon Medal. Completed the graduate school at Tokyo University of the Arts. Studied under Tomoko Yoshida and Hiroshi Tamura. Starting in the spring of 2019, the new series "Beethoven, and ..." will start in six cities nationwide.

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