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Art at Tokyo Tech 2012 Spring and Summer
          〜 A Look form Abroad X: a sense of water〜

(3)2012 July 19
Masanori OishiTadashi Suenaga
  • Tadashi Suenaga Piano Recital
                with Masanori Oishi
     “Water Reflects Everything”


  • 2011 July 19(Thu.) 18:30-20:00


  • ○ Piano:Tadashi Suenaga
    ○ Saxophone:Masanori Oishi


  • Program

    ・Domenico Scarlati Sonata in h-moll K.87 L.33
    Sonata f-moll K.481 L.187
    ・Franz Liszt Ballade Nr.2 in h-moll S.171 R.16
    「Les jeux d'eaux a la Villa d'Este from [Annees de pelerinage Troisieme annee S.163]
    ・Claude Debussy Images I
    ・Bartok Bela Rumanian Folkdance Sz.56
    ・Kurtag Gyorgy Selected pieses from [Jatekok]
    ・bernat vivancos Moustik's etude
    ・JacobTV May this bliss never end

  • [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)]

  • [Photos]

    Piano:Tadashi Suenaga  Saxophone:Masanori Oishi  Mr. Suenaga and Mr. Oishi  Mr. Suenaga and Mr. Oishi 


  • [Profile]

Tadashi Suenaga

Suenaga studied piano at the Toho Gakuen School of Music, the Berlin University of the Arts, the University of Music Freiburg and the Mozarteum University of Salzburg. In 2006, he received a Professional Performer's degree (Konzert Examen) in Germany. In 2009, He made his debut with a solo recital at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan (Tokyo Metropolitan Festival Hall) organized by the Japan Federation of Musicians and the Agency for Cultural Affairs. As a soloist, Tadashi Suenaga was invited to play by the Tokyo Performing Art Festival, Chopin Festival and the Classic Festival of the Japan Federation of Musicians. He has also performed in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Those performances overseas were highly regarded for the rich artistry, which were praised by magazines, newspapers and well-known musicians, as having "an artistic extemporaneity", "an outstanding technique" and "a sedate stance that impresses the audience". He also actively engages in educational activities such as lectures and outreaches. He currently teaches younger people at Showa University of Music as well as giving private lessons, while performing as a pianist.

Masanori Oishi

After graduating from The Tokyo National University of Fine Arts undergraduate and graduate courses, Oishi entered the Conservatoire de Paris in 2001 and was given a Ministry of Culture overseas research grant from 2002 until 2004. While in France, he received prizes in the domestic competition U.F.A.M. in the Solo and Chamber Music Divisions. In 2004, he studied in Amsterdam. In 2005, he graduated with top honors both in the Saxophone Division and the Chamber Music Division as well as the Improvisation Division in 2006.He next completed the Conservatoire de Paris 3rd Division ChamberMusic Course (saxophone quartet) in 2007. As a soloist as well as a member of a quartet (OSMOSE), Masanori participated in “A Special Concert by the Performers of Tomorrow,” sponsored by the Ministry of Culture and performed with the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra, various music festivals includes the Oundle International Festival (England), and the Davos International Music Festival (Switzerland) and I performances in Europe, Nigeria, Niger and China.
www.m-oishi.com