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Art at Tokyo Tech 2011 Autumn and Winter 〜A Look from Abroad IX Sound into Color〜


 We are pleased to present our international program by Chika Murakami, Nahoko Sawa, Kisayo Katada, Akio Suzuki, Hiromi Miyakita and Daphne Fitzpatrick for creating unexpected experiences with sounds into colors.

(1)2011 November 14 (Mon) 18:30-20:00
  • sound conversation making color

  • November 14 (Mon) 18:30-20:00

  • ○Piano: Chika Murakami ○Violin: Naoko Sawa ○Tsuzumi: Kisayo Katada

  • ・Bartok: Rhapsodie No1
    ・Ravel: Sonate pour violon et piano (2eme et 3eme Mouvements)
    ・Gershwin=Heifetz: Summertime,It ain't necessarily so
    ・Piazzolla: Adios Nonino

    ・Youmans: Tea for two
    ・Piazzolla: Le grand tango

  • [Venue]: West 9 Building, Ookayama Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology
    (No parking is available.Take a Tokyu Oimachi Line / Tokyu Meguro Line train and get off at Ookayama
    station.West 9th Bldg., is approximately less than five minutes walk from the station.) access

  • [Admission Free but 280 seats only(First-come-first-served basis)]

  • [Profile]

Chika Murakami  

 Chika Murakami : Chika Murakami graduated from Conservatoire National Sup?rieur de Musique de Paris with Premier Prix ? l’unanimit?. She got many international prizes including Diplomes d’ Honor at Maria Canals Competition and has studied with Jacques Rouvier , Germaine Dev?ze ,Lev Naoumov, and recently C?cile Ousset at Puycelsi , a small village, in south France.

Nahoko Sawa 

 Nahoko Sawa:Graduated from the Toho College of Music in 2002, completed the Postgraduate course of the Royal Academy of Music in 2004 under Maurice Hasson. Nahoko was awarded the Diploma of the Royal Academy of Music for an outstanding Final Recital. She was selected a member of the Royal Academy Soloists. Nahoko completed the Dipl?me Sup?rieur de Concertiste at the ?cole Normale de Musique de Paris in 2006, under G?rard Poulet. Nahoko won many prizes including first prize in the All Japan Students Music Competition in 1993, a scholarship at the 1995 International Kirishima Music Festival in Japan, prizewinner at the Stradivarius Competition supported by the Forval Foundation Scholarship in 2000, and was a prize winner at the International Violin Competition Ludwig Spohr in 2003. Nahoko has performed with several orchestra included the Baden-Baden Philharmonie Orchestra, the Opera house of the Sondershausen in Germany, also the Aspen Music Festival Orchestra in Japan. She has appeared as guest in concerts including the Jugent Musuziert Winners’ Concert at Kolnner Philharmonie Saal in Germany, Ivry Gitlis recital in France among others.

Kisayo Katada 

 Kisayo Katada:Hogaku hayashi musician, Born in traditional Japanese musicians family. Her Grandfather NAKAMURA Hyozo IV founded the department of traditional Japanese music of Shimpa Theatre Company.As his successor, she started performance at the traditional music concerts and the theatres, when she was a university student at Traditional Japanese Music Course of Tokyo University of the Arts, Membership of Shimpa Theatre Company, the Nagauta Association and the hogaku hayashi group Shinnokai. She is the leader of "Ayairo-Box", female performing group of the traditional Japanese music.