Nikkei Performance Office
494th Nikkei Muse Salon
Aylen Pritschin Violin Recital

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[Program]
Stravinsky/Italian Suite
Brahms/Violin Sonata No.1 in G major "Song of the Rain" Op.78
Prokofiev/Violin Sonata No.2 in D major Op.94bis
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Appearance

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Schedule

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2020/3/11 (Wed)

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Wednesday, March 11, 18:30

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Ticket Fee

12名限定!一般3,800円 → 2,900円さらに100Pゲット!
+ Ticketing Fee

Venue

Nikkei Hall

Remarks

Note: Performances
Wednesday, March 11 18:30 12 people
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Organizations Overview

Aylen Pritchin (violin)
Born in St. Petersburg. He studied at the Moscow Conservatory of Music and won the 2014 Ron Thibaut International Competition. In the 2017/18 season, he performed violin concerto No. 1 by Klurenzis and Prokofiev in Moscow, and made his debut in Germany with string quintets by Geringgas and Schubert, as well as the Russian National Philharmonic and Mariinsky Theatre. He has recorded works by Favolin and Prokofiev, piano trios with Genushas and others, and works for violins such as Stravinsky.
Misa Hasegawa (piano)
3 years old started playing the piano. Studied under Jerk Dems, Harina C. Stephenska, Susan Dalmeier, Akiko Ikeda, Katsu Wada, Keiko Yamamoto and Takako Kato. He has performed in the United States, China, Germany, Austria and Japan. He currently represents Japan in the prestigious Salzburg concert series and has earned a very high level of trust for his stable performance.

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