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Concert Hall Shizuoka Planning Committee Members

The “Planning Committee Member” is a person who along with the artistic director plans concerts unique to Concert Hall Shizuoka AOI that makes use of their specialized fields.
It is composed of artists who are active at the forefront of domestic and overseas.

Hiromi TAMURA(Producer)

Born in Tokyo in 1955.Graduated from Keio University Faculty of Letters, Department of Sociology in 1979.

Has been belonging to the National Theater (Japan Arts Culture Promotion Association) since 1981. He has been a member of Concert Hall Shizuoka AOI Planning Committee since 1995.

Currently, Director of National Theater Production Department. Plans and produces traditional Japanese performances, focusing on folk performing arts, Gagaku, and Shomyo (Buddhist music), and composes and directs creations based on folk rituals and oral tradition research.

In addition to the preservation and succession of classical performing arts, in collaboration with composers, he will present many ambitious works that capture traditional materials from the current perspective.

He is so far, the National Theater (1988-99) and the National Bunraku Theater (2004-2006). In addition to the concert production of the organizers, Honda Theater small theater production performances traditional performing arts series "Raku no Niwa I-Ⅳ" (1997-2000) and the spiral statement concert series "Sennen no Koe vol.1-20" (1998-present) has continued to produce the like.


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Ryusuke NUMAJIRI(Cond.)

In 1990, won the 40th Besancon International Conductor Competition.

He conducts orchestras in Western countries such as the London Symphony Orchestra, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Milan Giuseppe Verdi Symphony Orchestra, Berlin-German Symphony Orchestra, Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra, Toulouse Capitol Orchestra and Paris Chamber Orchestra.

In Japan, since debuting in 1991 with the NHK Symphony Orchestra “Young Buds Concert”, he has been leading major orchestras throughout the country and gaining popularity.
Up to now, he has served as a regular conductor of the Shinsei Nippon Symphony Orchestra, a regular conductor of the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, a permanent conductor of the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, and a regular conductor of the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 1995, he started activities based on the Mitaka City Arts Center together with Tokyo Mozart Players.

We are also recording “Beethoven The Complete Symphonies (EXTON)”.

As an opera conductor, he debuted in 1997 with "Seduction from the harem", and directed numerous performances such as Zemlinsky's "Birthday of the Princess", Nissei Theater Berg "Lulu" Completed 3 Acts, all acclaimed.

Overseas, he conducts Berlin Commicheper Oper, Cologne Opera and Bavarian State Ballet.

Since becoming the second artistic director of Biwako Hall in April 2007, He has led "Princess Birthday", "Rose Knight", "Salome", "Turandot", "Lulu", "La Boheme", "Tristan and Isolde" "Aida" to success.

In the summer of 2011, he made his debut in Saito Kinen Orchestra, leading the success of Bartok's “Chinese Mysterious Official”.

1991, 1st Idemitsu Music Award, 1999, 7th Akio Watanabe Music Found Music Award, 2001, 51st the new face award of Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts, 2004, 3rd Hideo Saito Memorial Fund Award, 2005, the 46th Mainichi Art Award, the 23rd Keno Nakajima Music Award, 2011, the Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival Excellence Award, and the 61st the Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts.

Currently Artistic director of Biwako Hall and Music Director of Tokyo Mozart Players.

Shin-ichi FUKUDA(Guit.)

Graduated from the Paris Ecole normale conservatory. In 1981, he won the Paris International Guitar Competition.

he has always received acclaim for her collaboration with leading NHK symphony orchestras and other orchestras in Japan and overseas, as well as top-class soloists such as jazz Katsumi Watanabe.

In recent years, he has been invited to major cities in over 20 countries around the world to hold recitals and received the 2007 Foreign Minister's Commendation for his achievements in introducing Japan's excellent music culture to the world.

In 2008, Browwell's concerto “Concerto da Requiem” dedicated to Shinichi Fukuda was premiered in the Rhine State Symphony and the world premiere. It was subsequently re-successfully performed by the composer himself at the Cordoba Orchestra (Spain).

Borderless activities from the rediscovery of 19th century guitar music to contemporary music have won worldwide acclaim.

The CD that has been announced has already approached 60 Sheets, and the second Spanish music “Fantasia Sevillana” (Myster Music) won the 58th Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival Excellence Award for Excellence in 2003.

In 2007, he released “Shinichi Fukuda Concierto de Aranjuez” (Württemberg Philharmonic / Columbia, conducted by Noritomo Iimori).

Recent works include “Etude Brillante-Tarrega Collection II” (Myster Music). He is a super guitarist who expands his activities.

Visiting professor at Shanghai Conservatory of Music (China) and Osaka College Music. Concert Hall Shizuoka AOI Planning Committee member.

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