Japanese artists to perform in Hanoi

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Japanese violinist Miura Fumiaki and pianist Akira Eguchi will perform at the 21st annual Hennessy Concert Series that will be held at the Hanoi Opera House on June 4.

Japanese pianist Akira Eguchi

Japanese pianist Akira Eguchi

Akira Eguchi was born in 1963 in Tokyo. He was trained as a composer at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music and earned his Masters in piano performance at the Juilliard School.

Akira Eguchi has collaborated with such well-known  musicians as Gil Shaham, Anne Akiko Meyers, Catherine Manoukian, Kim Chee Yun, and Kyoko Takezawa.

The pianist has performed in many concerts in the U.S., Europe and  in the Far East ; and at performances with the attendance of national leaders.

He teaches as Guest Professor at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music Senzoku Gakuen College of Music.

Hai nghệ sĩ trẻ tài năng của Nhật biểu diễn tại Việt Nam ảnh 2                                             Japanese violinist Miura Fumiaki

Fumiaki Miura is not only the youngest ever winner of the Joseph Joachim Hannover International Violin Competition (2009) but also the one with the most prizes - having also been awarded both the Music Critics’ and the Audience Prize. At only 23 years old, Fumiaki has performed with several of the world’s leading orchestras, including NDR Sinfonieorchester Hamburg, NDR Radiophilharmonie Hannover, Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR, Sinfonieorchester Basel, Wiener KammerOrchester, Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne, and Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

Notable recent highlights include debut performances with Warsaw Philharmonic (Eiji Oue); Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra and Orquesta Sinfónica Nacional de Colombia; a tour of Japan with the Prague Philharmonia (Jakub Hrůša); and a performance of Penderecki’s Double Concerto with Julian Rachlin, the principal guest conductor of Turku Philharmonic.

In keeping with its tradition of bringing these concerts to the widest possible audience, Hennessy has again arranged for a simulcast via a giant video screen located in the plaza of the Hanoi Opera House to share the wonderful music with the people of Hanoi.



By MAI AN – Translated by Kim Khanh

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