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Lyricism of the 19th Century Central Europe for 4 hands piano
PianoDuo MiT inauguration performance
2023/03/26(Su.) 14:00 Starting
Piano: Tomoe Takegahana Mizuki Ogawa
Schumann: 12 pieces for small and large children, Op.85
Schubert: Fantasy in F minor, D940, Op.103, etc.
Mizuki Ogawa graduated from Kobe College School of Music and completed her graduate studies at the same university. She was selected as an exchange student at Kobe College and studied at the Mozarteum University of Music. She was selected for the Pittina Piano Competition National Finals in the J and Y categories of the Grand Muse Division. Performed with the Kobe Philharmonic Orchestra. Splendid Pianist at The Ritz-Carlton, Osaka. She is active in a wide range of activities including choral accompaniment, instrumental accompaniment, chamber music, traveling performances, and outreach. In addition, she teaches piano to younger students as a piano instructor. She has studied with Mieko Tanaka, Daria Niino, R. Plagge, and Nanomi Ishii.
Tomoe Takegahana graduated from Kobe College School of Music and completed her graduate studies at the same university. She was selected as an exchange student at Kobe College of Music and studied at the Mozarteum Music University without tuition fees. Completed the Summer International Music Academy at the Mozarteum University of Music. Obtained a diploma. Selected for the 18th Chopin International Piano Competition in ASIA, National Competition for University and General Section. Awarded the Encouragement Prize at the 17th Ensemble Festival Hyogo 2021. Currently, in addition to performing as a soloist, chamber musician, and accompanist, she also teaches younger students. She has studied under Kumiko Kano, T. Kurtz, Yukari Sasa, and Makoto Yamahata.
In 2021, they performed Schubert's Fantasy for the first time together at the "Sound Symposium" held at the Hyogo Performing Arts Center Small Hall. The ensemble received favorable reviews for their well-matched ensemble. After graduating from Kobe College Graduate School in 2022, they formed a duo group and began full-fledged activities. This is the first duo concert after the formation of the group.
Having studied together in Salzburg for six months in 2018, they deeply trust each other, not only musically, and their relationship is greatly demonstrated in the ensemble.
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General 1800 yen in advance (2000 yen at the door)
Under 25 years old: 1500 yen in advance (1800 yen at the door)
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