Art at Tokyo Tech 2013
July 18 [Thu.] 18：30〜20：40
|18：30〜18：50||・Lecture “Bechstein Piano and Tokyo Tech”
|18：50〜19：30||・Lecture “History of the piano development |
which starts in Pythagoras”
・Concert, Tadashi Suenaga [F.Liszt: Ballade Nr.2]
Born in Tokyo, he had been in Germany for over 35 years working with music instruments. He has written several books including "Totsuka Piano Method", "Anyone can start playing piano with no difficulty" and so on which have been widely appreciated. He has been giving lectures in universities on Comparative Study on Cultures, Sociology as well as giving lectures on a wide variety of subjects at many places. His talks on Music Education, German Culture and Economy, Piano etc. are known to be enlightening and easy to understand for general public.
Tadashi Suenaga studied at the Berlin University of the Arts, the University of Music Freiburg and the Mozarteum University Salzburg. He won the second prize at the 5th Sakai International Piano Competition. In 2006, he received a "Konzertexamen" degree in Germany. In the Tokyo Performing Art Festival 2010, he performed Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 5 "Emperor" with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra under Norichika Iimori at the main concert hall of the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre. In 2011, he performed Liszt's Totentanz［Dance of Death］at the 23rd Japan Federation of Musicians Classic Festival "Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of Liszt's Birth" He studied under Kazuhiko Nakajima, D.Klaus, E.Andreas, H.Leygraf and G.Mishory. "Dialogue" http://tdsuenaga.blogspot.jp/