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Baroque music of 18th century Germany and France

Spinning with two recorders and violin

2024/05/23(Th.) 19:00 Starting

Japan Holiness Church, Tokyo Chuo ChurchTokyo


Profile of the Performers
Sébastien Marq
Sébastien Marq won the first prize in the Ensemble Division of the 1984 Bruges International Competition for Old Music, which he entered with the Ruth Rand Consort, and is a soloist in W. Christie's Les Arts Florissants, and is regularly invited to participate in concerts and recordings with J. Savard's ensemble. He has recently appeared as guest soloist with the Vienna Philharmonic, the New York Philharmonic, and the Berlin Philharmonic. As a conductor, he has conducted Rameau's "Elegant Indian Countries", Campra's "Elegant Europe", Lully's "Atys", and Charpentier's "Te Deum" in Utrecht, Paris, and Den Haag. As an educator, he is professor emeritus of recorder and chamber music at the Conservatoire de Region de Paris and the Royal Conservatory of The Hague (Netherlands). He also taught at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris and the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Lyon.

Tomokazu Ujigawa
Graduated from Toho Gakuen School of Music. He received his master's degree from the Royal Conservatory of Music in The Hague. He studied recorder at the Conservatoire de Catalunya and chamber music at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de Paris. He was invited to perform at the Leipzig Bach Festival in 2011 and the Magdeburg Telemann Festival in 2009, and performed in front of the royal family of the Netherlands at the Royal Wedding Concert in 2002. He also participated in the public recording of NHK-FM's "Enjoyment of Old Music". Recently, he has been developing a series of programs such as "Mystery Solving Baroque", "Ut/Fa Machinaka Mini Live", and "More to Know, More to Listen to Telemann" in cooperation with performers and musicologists to make Baroque music more familiar to the audience.

Shiho Hiromi
After graduating from the Department of Instrumental Music, Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, Shiho Hiromi completed a master's degree in classical music at the same university. She has studied under Akiko Sasaki, Midori Kugata, Chikashi Tanaka, Koichiro Harada, Natsumi Wakamatsu, and Alessandro Moccia. In 2007 and 2008, she received a scholarship from the Orchestre des Champs-Elysées in Paris to participate in the Sainte-Europe Music Academy, and has appeared on NHK-FM's "Masterpieces Recital" and the debut concert at the former concert hall. She has also performed with the Bach Collegium Japan, Orchestra Libera Classica, Les Boreades, and Yokohama Sinfonietta.


  • Sonata for two recorders

    Georg Philipp Telemann

  • Canon Sonata for two recorders

    Georg Philipp Telemann

  • Sonata in three voices, Op.1-3

    Johan Matezon

  • Sonata for 3 treble instruments in D major and D minor, Op.7

    Joseph Bodin de Boismortier

  • Sonata in G major for 3 treble instruments

    Louis-Antoine Dornell

  • Suite for 2 Recorders in D minor, Op.4

    Jack O'Toole.

  • Prelude (Technique de la Prélude, Op.7)

    Jack O'Toole.

This program is filled with the charms of 18th century French and German Baroque music.
German works will include Telemann's Recorder Sonata and S. Marc's arrangement of Bach's Invention for two recorders, and Mathison's Sonata for three voices with violin. The French works will focus on Othaert's Suite and Prelude, and Dornel and Boismortier's Sonata for three treble instruments. We hope you will enjoy the German technique and the French elegance with the sound of three instruments harmonizing with each other.


  • Sebastian Marc

    recorder (e.g. tape recorder, time recorder)

  • Asamasa Ujigawa

    recorder (e.g. tape recorder, time recorder)

  • Fumiho Hiromi


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