Japanese famous pianist performs in Hanoi

Japan’s leading pianist Michie Koyama arrives in Vietnam to perform in a concert at the Hanoi Opera House on September 17-18.

           Japanese pianist Michie Koyama

The concert is part of a music project since 2009 by the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra in which world famous solo pianists will be invited to perform Beethoven’s nine symphonic masterpieces.

Michie Koyama will play the concerto No.5 of the of the genius composer Beethoven together with the Vietnam National Symphony Orchestra under the baton of conductor Honna Tetsuji.

The pianist was early introduced piano at five years old. She was the first Japanese won prizes at the world’s most prestigious piano contests including the third place at the 7th Tchaikovsky International Piano Competition in 1982 and the 4th position award in the 1985 Chopin International Piano Competition.

She has become famous and given many recitals with symphony orchestras throughout the world.

Sources: Vietnamplus - Compiled by Kim Khanh

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