Kouko Kono (P) Kobayashi Sara (S) Hatano Atsumi (Ms) Sakashita Tadahiro (Br)-the scene of the three voices and the piano
Hatano Mutsumi was born in Miyazaki in 1964. She completed the Voice of Music at London Trinity College of Music. She debuted in 1990 with Shakespeare era lute song. As a concert singer, he continues to perform various repertoires, and works with many baroque orchestras such as Bach, Handel and other Oratorios, and Bach Collegium Japan as a soloist of the Passionate.
In the field of opera Monteverdi "Poppai's crown" Ottervia role, Purcell "Daidau and Enneas" Daidau role, Rameau "Ipolite and Alisi" role, Handel "Alcina" Ruggero role, Mozart "Idomeneo" role role Ibarante and other baroque opera Performed in Yoshio Yamamiya "Popoi" etc. In the broadcast, " NHKBS Classic Club", "New Year Opera Concert", "Song of Music Album", "Larella Classic", "Untitled Concert" etc. In addition to "Yume no Yo" and "Songs of Cats" in collaboration with Koji Takahashi , Schubert's "Winter Trip" was announced in 2017. The latest work is released in July 2018, "Calling You" with guitarist Otsuki Koji.
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University School of Music, vocal music department. Graduated from the same university graduate school three years. Completed the 53rd Second Term Opera Training Center Master Class. Winner of the 9th Yoshinao Nakada Memorial Prize (first place) and Yoshinao Nakada. Many other awards.
Mozart's "Requiem", "Misa Brevis", Faure "Requiem", Charpantiere "Misa at Midnight" as a soloist. In the opera, Mozart's Marriage of Figaro, Armaviva's niece, Don Giovanni's title role, 'Koji van Totte' Guglielmo, Monteverdi's' The Crown of Poppa 'Ottone, Lehar's' Merry Widow' Menotti ' He has a presence in spirit media, Toby, and has appeared in Verdi 'Rigolet' Marlello, Menotti 'Telephone' Ben, San Sarnes 'Samson and Delila' Abimelech, Richard Straus 'Arabella' Mandrika, and more. He has also been actively working on Japanese works, such as playing Yosuke Miki "Joruri". In March 2012, she appeared in the role of Yaxide in the Ozawa Seiji music group opera project "Mr. Butterfly" (three performances across the country). Also in the fall of the same year sponsored by Suntory Hall, Walther Gieger "The Ear of the Sunset" ~ the world of Yugen that the indoor opera and Nobu weave ~ in the collaboration opera with Nobu played two of the leading roles in the opera and won great acclaim. Performs with the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and plays "Carmen" the flower-shaped bullfighter Esmailio. Also this summer "Da Vinci Music Festival in Kawaguchi", "Orfeo Story" has been decided to appear in the role role title.
He regularly develops recitals and picks up all songs by Schumann's "Poet's Love" and "Leader Kreis". In 2013, 50 years after the death of Pulank, he picked up all songs "Chansons villageoises" (songs of villagers), "Banalites" and "Chansons gaillardes". Joined the French Nice International Academy of Music as a scholarship to the maestro pianist Dalton Baldwin (Dalton Baldwin), who praised him as "a very rare singer who was born with French Esprit, music and voice". Performed at the winners' concert and received a diploma. Later, she appeared in the fall "Faure & Schumann in Tokyo" and "Poulenc in Tokyo-50 years after Pulanc's death" in Hakuju Hall and "Joint recital in Tokyo" last fall.
September 24, 2014, a major debut as a member of La Dill, a four-man male vocal unit produced by Ami Ozaki, a representative singer-songwriter in Japan. A mini-album "smelling wind" that crosses over classic and J-pop has been released from Japan Crown Records. January 2018 "Smile" is recorded as La Dill in his tribute album "Life begins at 60" (Japan Crown Record). In addition, the first solo album "HERO ism I ~ heroism ~" and the 2017 "HERO ism II ~ love whisper ~" are released from Octavia Records in 2015, respectively.
On the soundtrack CD "Waltz-Dedicated to Camille Claudel", where the leading Japanese composer Koichi Sakata works as a music director, he has provided and recorded the title song "Camille's Waltz" written by Mr. Sakata.
Televisions include "untitled concerts", Asahi TV, "All Japan Virgin Songs Concert Competition Grand Prix Competition" BS Asahi, "Japanese Famous Music Album" BS-TBS, and the like. He specializes in a wide variety of musical repertoire from classical music to chansons and songs, and has a reputation and trust from a diverse range of warm voices, swaying songs and solid musicality. Active in various media such as radio and magazines.
Chanel Pygmalion Days Concert 2012 Artist. Second term members. Currently a tourist ambassador to Hokkaido Asahikawa city.
Konno Hiroko is from Sapporo City. After completing the Graduate School of Music from Sakai Women's High School Music and Sakai Gakuen University. Appeared in high school graduation concert, university piano graduation concert. Studied with Reiko Nagai, Mika Abe and Megumi Ito.
She has appeared at music festivals such as "La Fol Journet o Japon", "Kouchinai International Guitar Festival 2010" and "Tokyo Spring Music Festival".
Tsubaki Gakuen University Voice Music Department Concert Performer, currently works as a second term training institute pianist, NHK Culture Center Aoyama Lecturer.
It has a good reputation for the ensemble with vocal music and instrumental music, and has been co-starring with many artists and each of Fukuda Shinichi, Hatano Ayumi and Kobayashi Sara.
She has also participated in numerous CD recordings of the soprano singer Kobayashi Sara's second album "Songs of the World's Best Song" released in 2016 and a number of choirs.
She is in charge of on-the-spot instruction, dubbing hands and sounds of the main character (Juri Ueno) of "Nodame Cantabile", which recorded dramas, movies and blockbuster hits.
In the movie "Jingdo" released in 2007, she is in charge of dubbing the hand of the main character (Akiko Narumi).
In addition, she has expanded the range of activities in various fields, such as being in charge of piano instruction for Amano performer (Rika Tanabe) in "Code Blue 3rd SEASON".
Graduated from Tokyo Art University Music Department. Graduated from the university's master's program. I am from Tokyo. He studied abroad from March 2010, and he has been studying and performing in Vienna and Rome. Nomura Foundation scholarship student in the first half of fiscal 2010, and an overseas trainee from the 2011 Japan Agency for Cultural Affairs. ROHM Music Foundation Scholarship 2014. He studied vocal music with Reiko Nakamura, Takami Takahashi, Tomoko Shimazaki, Adele Haas, Walter Moore, and G. Gitto. In July 2010, he attended a master course in Austria by soprano singer Mirella Freni, pianist Wolfram Reiger. In May 2011, he received a master class in Belgium with baritone singer Tom Kraus and soprano singer Theresa Berganza. In 2015, he attended a master class by Mariella de Vie in Rome. We will relocate to Japan in the fall of 2015. Member of the Japanese Voice Academy. Fujiwara Opera Group member.
Started piano and classical ballet from the age of five. At the age of 10, he became a special audience student for the Tokyo Conservatory, a theater group by Bando Tamasaburo, and began learning Japanese dance. Became a stage actress and start studying vocal music in earnest from the age of 17 years. He particularly respects Audrey Hepburn and Tetsuko Kuroyanagi.
Passed an audition while in graduate school in 2006 and made a debut as "Bastienne" of "Inoue Michiyoshi Uphill Concert, Bastian and Bastian", "Iris" Geisha (2008) in the Tokyo Art Theater Theater Opera Series (2008), Turandot Appeared with Reu (2009), "Science" Adele (2013), "Merry Widu" Valenciennes (2014). In 2015, he appeared in 14 performances in 10 cities across Japan as directed by Hideki Noda and directed by Inoue Michiyoshi "The Marriage of Figaro" in 14 performances in 10 cities, attracting the audience with his performance and singing. This pattern was aired on NHKBS Premium. In addition, the Nisshin Theater "Hansel and Gretel" Gretel (2009, 2013), the "Saitwe-Kinen Festival" Opera for Youth "Hansel and Gretel" Gretel (2009, 2010), Hyogo Prefectural Arts Center "Komori" Adele ( Appeared in 2011) and so on. In 2014, she appeared in the new National Theater Season Opening Commemorative Performance “Pal-zi-fal” Flower Maiden, and in February 2017 she made her debut as the Fujiwara Opera “Carmen” Mikaela.
In February 2012, he appeared in the Sophia National Opera in the role of "Gianni Sukikki" Lauretta and made a European opera debut, and in March the same production in the same theater as a pre-premé performance "Ayokei" in the role of Adina. It was highly acclaimed in the newspaper reviews and was a great success. In June of the same year, he won the second place at the Operetta Competition and the Oscar Strauss Voice Competition held in Vienna. In the same month, he performed the soprano solo of Beethoven's' Symphony No. 9 'at the Vienna International Musicians' Grand Hall, and performed with the Czech Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra. In July, he has worked as a soprano solo of Marler's 'Symphony No. 4' in Porto Alegre, Brazil, and has also expanded the scope of activities overseas, such as performing with the Porto Alegre Symphony Orchestra (OSPA).
For concerts: Foret "Requiem", Mozart "Requiem", Haydn "Creation of Heaven and Earth", Handel "Mesiah", oratorio soloists, as well as a number of opera arias and mozart motets "dance, joy, a fortunate soul", Greek He has performed with NHK Symphony Orchestra, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa etc. In January 2016, he directed Kazuki Yamada, the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, and Mahler Ziculus "Symphony No. 4". In November, they appeared in the Paris Orchestra and the members of Kioi Sinfonietta Tokyo and Mahler 'Symphony No. 4' (Chamber version), and the design was aired on NHKBS Premium 'Classic Club'. In addition to holding solo recitals throughout the country, he also performed with various artists such as a duo concert with Mr. Kiyomura Somura, a guitar, a concert with Mr. Shinyo Fukukawa in horn, and Mr. Yuto Suzuki in conductor composition. , Expand the range of repertoire and expression. The same pianist from the same high school as Shintaro Fukuma has visited Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture every year since 2011, and has performed at affected elementary schools and kindergartens.
We perform solo recital every year in Obuse Town, Nagano Prefecture since 2007, and take up many Japanese songs in addition to overseas operas and songs. Senju Akira and Matsumoto Takashi's new opera "Sumidagawa" "Genji Monogatari" (2007), Akira Senju Akira Madoka's new opera "Manyoshu" (2011), Aiko's new opera "KAMIKAZE" composed by Narumi Mie (2013), Has performed the premiere of many new operas, such as the new opera "Song Tang Ensetsu Monogatari" composed by Toru Nakamura and the female role of Yamato (2016). Belongs to the contemporary poetic expression group , Shuntaro Tanikawa, Mikiro Sasaki, Kewaka, Komuro, Etsuro, Kensaku Tanikawa, and co-star with each other, and energetically announce new works with members, cherish Japanese, He is also focusing on reading poetry, which he has loved since childhood, and playing new songs.
Participation in and singing in the films "Nodame Cantabile", "Surely Someday" soundtrack, and the Mastercard CM "The Weekday in Rome", Appeared on TV Asahi "Untitled Concert". The national anthem single in the 2014 professional baseball Konami Japan series and the “NHK New Year Opera Concert” appearance also attract attention. In 2014, the first album "Hana no Shirabe" was released from Japan Columbia, and it recorded songs related to flowers both at home and abroad, and also recorded his own song "Egao no Hana" and became a topic. In 2016 he released his second album, "The Most Friendly Song in the World," recorded during his own pregnancy, recorded many lullabies and mave marie songs on the theme of mother, and also recorded his own lullaby. An album release commemorative recital is scheduled to be held on March 23, 2017 at Kioi Hall.
Sara Kobayashi is a graduate of the Faculty of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts, where she also completed her postgraduate degree. Born in Tokyo, she moved to Vienna in March 2010, to hone her performance skills further. She was a recipient of a scholarship from the Nomura Foundation in 2010, and in 2011 she participated in the Agency for Cultural Affairs Overseas Residence Program for Emerging Artists. Her teachers have included Ayako Nakamura, Taikai Takahashi, Tomoko Shimazaki, Adele Haas and Walter Moore. She is a member of the Japan Vocalists Forum.
She first learned piano and classical ballet at age 5, and at 10 she began special auditing at Tamasaburo Bando’s theatre academy, studying classical Japanese dance. Her attraction to the stage led her at 17 to begin her study of voice in earnest.
Following upon her 2006 debut in a Michiyoshi Inoue Noborisaka Concert, she has been featured as a soloist in the Suntory Hall Coming-of-Age Day Concert, the Kazushi Ono Kokoro Fureai Concert, Handel’s Messiah, Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony, Haydn’s The Creation, Mahler’s Fourth Symphony, Faure’s Requiem, among others. She has performed with professional orchestras that include NHK Symphony Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and Orchestra Ensemble Kanagawa.
Her opera roles have included Liù in Turandot, Gretel in Hansel and Gretel, Pamina in Magic Flute, Susanna in Marriage of Figaro, Adele in Die Fledermaus, Violetta in La Traviata and the Geisha in Iris. Her performance as Liù in Turandot with the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony and the Orchestra Ensemble Kanagawa under the baton of Michiyoshi Inoue was broadcast on Nippon Television Network in July 2009. She participated in Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto for two years running, in 2009 and 2010, playing the role of Gretel in the Opera for Young People production of Hansel and Gretel. She also played the same role with the Nippon Yomiuri Symphony at the Nissei Theater in 2009. In July of 2011, she sang Adele in Die Fledermaus, as conducted by Yutaka Sado at the Hyogo Performing Arts Center. The production featured members of the Vienna Philharmonic, and veteran singers like countertenor Jochen Kowalski, and it was a great success.
She commenced her international career in February 2012, debuting at the National Theatre in Sofia as Lauretta in Gianni Schicchi. In March she appeared at the same theatre as Adina in L’eslir d’amore, and she won second prize at the Oscar Straus Singing Competition in June. Subsequently she sang the soprano solo in Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony with the Moravian Philharmonic Orchestra at the Musikverein in Vienna, and in Mahler’s Fourth Symphony in July with the Porto Alegre Symphony Orchestra (OSPA) in Brazil.
In solo recitals since 2007, she has performed a large number of Japanese art songs, including the premieres of new works such as the opera Sumidagawa and the symphony of psalms The Tale of Genji by Akira Senju and Takashi Matsumoto, and the operas Manyo-syu/Futakami Banka and Manyo-syu/Asuka Kaze by Akira Senju and Madoka Mayuzumi. She has devoted herself wholeheartedly not only to the performance of new Japanese art songs, but to poetry recitation as well, and she is a member of the modern poetry performance group Voice Space.
She has garnered attention for her participation in Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, Tokyo’s La Folle Journée Music Festival, movie soundtracks, a Mastercard commercial, and various television appearances. In July 2010, she participated in a master class in Australia given by Mirella Freni and pianist Wolfram Rieger, and in May 2011 she attended one taught by baritone Tom Krause and soprano Teresa Berganza.
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