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The Three to Top

Flute&Violin&Piano Trio Concert

2024/04/06(Sa.) 13:00 Starting

Nanko Sunset HallOsaka


Piano Asuto Kitamura
Born in Kobe. He won the Grand Prix and the Audience Prize at the 46th Pittina Piano Competition. He won the second prize in the piano section of the 17th Tokyo Music Competition. He has performed with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Osaka Symphony Orchestra, Zurich Academy Chamber Orchestra, and others. After graduating from the Music High School attached to the Faculty of Music of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, he graduated from the Faculty of Music and the Graduate School of Soloist Diploma (Switzerland) of the University of the Arts Zurich. She received her master's degree in music from Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.
She has appeared on TV Asahi's "Untitled Concert", NHK-FM's "Recital Passio", etc.

She has been playing piano since she was 3 years old and flute since she was 7 years old, and is now 14 years old. She won the first prize in the junior high school and under division at the 21st and 23rd Japan Performers' Competition, and the runner-up prize at the 23rd competition.
She has won many first and highest prizes in numerous competitions, including the Grand Prix of the 30th and 32nd Japan Classical Music Competition for upper elementary and junior high school students, the First Prize and Yokohama Citizen's Prize in the Junior High School Division of the 76th All Japan Student Competition, and the First Prize and Audience Prize in the Flute Jr. Division of the 26th Biwako International Flute Competition. She has performed as soloist in concertos at the Japan Classical Music Competition 30th Anniversary Concert and Special Recommendation Concerts, as well as with the Yokohama Sinfonietta and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra. Currently studying with Junko Yamamoto and Megumi Horii. She has also studied with Vincent Lucas and Shigenori Kudo.

Violin Mai Ikawa
Mai Ikawa began playing the violin at the age of three. She won the third prize and the Yokohama Citizens' Prize (audience prize) at the 75th All Japan Student Music Competition. She won the first prize and the Superintendent of Education Prize at the 24th Japan Performers' Competition. First Prize at the 1st and 2nd Yokohama International Violin Competition. Second Prize in the Age-E3 Division of the 23rd Osaka International Music Competition. Third prize (without first prize) at the 30th Japan Classical Music Competition. He has received many other awards. Has performed with the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tacticato Orchestra. She is a participant of the International Music Festival NIPPON2022 Master Class and a selected student of the Tokyo University of the Arts Early Education Project 2022.
Studied violin under Yuko Iwatani and Naori Tamai. Currently in the first grade of junior high school.


  • Concerto for Flute and Violin in D major, RV512

    Antonio Vivaldi

  • Five Pieces for Two Violins and Piano

    Dmitrij Shostakovich

  • Suite in 3 Pieces, Op.116 (Fl. Solo)

    Banjaman Godard.

  • American Small Duet, Op.37

    Franz Doppler.

  • New Cinema Paradise

    Ennio Morricone

  • Tzigane (Vn. solo)

    Maurice Ravel

  • Romance, Op.34

    O. Claus.

  • Two Interludes

    Jacques Ibert.


  • Meijin Kitamura


  • Mai Igawa


  • Yuusai Horiuchi


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    Admission is ¥1,000 for those 60 years of age or older. Please mention your age and "I saw Concert Square" in the e-mail or reservation form when you make a reservation.

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