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Celebrating 90 years of the Bechstein Piano

Art at Tokyo Tech 2013 Autumn Bechstein Piano Week

October 15, 2013(Tue.)
  • Oct.15[Tue.] 18:30〜20:00

・Lecture “Prosperity and Lost in Piano World in Japan”
  Sachio Moroishi
・Lecture “Management of middle class in Germany
  −Piano-construction, art, principle of craft product like piano−”
  Karl Schulz 
Karl Schlze氏

  • [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)]

  • [Leaflet]:download[PDF]

  • [Profile]

Sachio Moroishi

Born in 1948. Graduated from Faculty of Law, Waseda University. He has worked for 10 years in the Foundation of Music Appreciation Education. He is active as an editor of “Players Encyclopedia”, a publisher of “Ongaku Tsushin”, a music critic, and an editor of the broadcast program, “Good Plays Library” He is an author of “Toscanini”,”Super-Famous recordings for understanding classical music” and ”Classical Music Sinsengumi”.

Karl Schulze

Born in 1948 Oldenburg / North Germany. Karl Schulze’s grandfather worked to the piano maker, his father had a piano shop. He studied economy and law from 1972 to 1976 and he worked at Bechstein Berlin as an internship. He started immediately to build the basis to one day reestablish an excellent position for Bechstein which was the number 1 in Europe until World War II. Gradually Bechstein is able to tie up with its Success of old: 5000 Instruments can be sold yearly. Now Bechstein has gained a new profile, the Bechstein are played on big concert stages and favored by important pianists for their recordings all over the world. 2010 the Shanghai representative office is founded, a new start for an important economic and cultural market.