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The 63rd Okurayama Joyful Concert Mai Suzuki Kaze Jitsukawa Deyuo

Deyuo's depiction of France's "beautiful age

2023/07/16(Su.) 14:00 Starting

Yokohama Kohoku Public HallKanagawa


Mai Suzuki: Violin
After graduating from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Mai Suzuki studied in Lausanne, Salzburg, and Munich. She has won many prizes at international competitions in Germany, Russia, and Switzerland, and has been invited as a soloist to orchestras and music festivals in the Czech Republic, Finland, Germany, Chile, and other countries. She released a CD "Mai Favorite" from King Records, and participated in the CD "Henri Marteau 24 Caprices Op.25" (Germany). For the Nikkei Music Selection CD, he recorded Beethoven and Massenet with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra. His favorite instrument is Niccolo Amati made in 1683.

JITSUKAWA Kaoru: Piano
KAZU JITSUKAWA is known for his natural, beautiful tone and intelligent interpretation, and his latest Bach album has been much talked about. Recently, she has added Bach and Beethoven to her repertoire and has been expanding her concert activities throughout Japan, often in ensembles with string players and vocalists. In 2015, she won the third prize and the best recital prize at the Ron Thibault International Competition, and the following year, 2016, she won the first prize and the audience prize at the Carrillo International Piano Competition (Italy). After graduating from the high school attached to Tokyo University of the Arts, she graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts at the top of her class and completed the graduate school (master's program) of the same university.


Saint-Saens Romance in C major, Op.48
         Violin Sonata No.1 in D minor, Op.75
       Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso in A minor, Op.28


  • Mai Suzuki


  • Sanegawa Kaze


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