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AOI Residence Quartet

AOI Residence Quartet

  -AOI Residence Quartet-

In 1995, with theopening of the Concert Hall Shizuoka AOI, AOI's exclusive string quartet,Katsuya Matsubara, Mie Kobayashi (violin), Atsuko Shirao (viola), Ken-ichiro Yasuda (cello),all formed by string musicians who represent Japan It was done.

 

In 1998, the cellist hasbeen changed to Fumiaki Kono, and in 2001, the violist Yoshiko Kawamoto tookover.

 

They often picked upW.A.Mozart and Schubert.  And in 2000,performed the world premiere of Akihiro Miwa's string quartet Emperor in C major (ConcertHall Shizuoka Commissioned Music Works), and they continued to provide aperformance which is excellent in a wide range of works from classical tocontemporary music.  In particular, theoverwhelming passionate performance of Bartok: String Quartet No. 1, 3, 6 in2004 is a historical masterpiece.

 

They performed with P.Rogé, Ichiro Nodaira, YukioYokoyama, Kyoko Tabe (piano), Yumiko Sakuma (flute), P. Meyer (clarinet),Shinichi Fukuda (guitar), and others. They have enjoyed the audience's earswith a variety of programs centered on string quartets.

 

In 2010, he performed atvarious locations in Shizuoka Prefecture, including Kikugawa Cultural HallAeru, Izu City Ikiiki Plaza, Omaezaki Civic Hall, and Grandship.

 

Future activities areexpected more and more.

 

In 2013, They received Shizuoka Prefecture CulturalFoundation the 26th Regional Cultural Activity Special Award, and in 2014,Shizuoka Prefecture Culture Encouragement Award.

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Katsuya MATSUBARA(Vn.)

Born in Tokyo in1963.While studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, received the Ataka Award.

 

He won higher-rankingprizes at major international competitions such as International Fritz KreislerCompetition.

 

From 1989 to 1999, hewas the concert master of the New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra.

 

Including anunaccompanied recital series that attracts attention with a fresh approach thatre-examines everything from Bach to contemporary music, he always cause a stirin established music views, including improvisation, collaboration withcomposers and jazz musicians.The performance style has been highly evaluated.

 

As a soloist, heperformed with major orchestras such as New Japan Philharmonic, TokyoPhilharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra EnsembleKanazawa, and the Kobe Chamber Orchestra.

 

In chamber music, heperformed with Yo-Yo Ma, P.Serkin, R.Stoltzman, C.Neidich and received acclaim.

 

He Produced Advent Seminar and Concert for Young Performers held at Dai-ichi Life Hall since 2001.

 

In 2002, at Tsuda Hall Katsuya Matsubara +, it becamea hot topic in collaboration with Yuji Takahashi, Kenichiro Yasuda, ShinichiFukuda, and Kazumi Watanabe.

 

He also teaches chambermusic every summer as a lecturer at the KIRISHIMA International Music Festival.

 

Professor of TokyoCollege of Music.He recieved the 17th Kenzo Nakajima Music Award in 1999,  New face Award of Arts Festival by JapaneseAgency for Cultural Affairs in 2000.

 



Mie KOBAYASHI(Vn.)

She studied at theuniversity from the Music High School attached to the School of Music at TokyoUniversity of the Arts.

 

In 1983, ranked secondin the 52nd Japan Music Competition.In 1984, he received the Kawai Award forOverseas Dispatch Competition.

 

In 1988, ranked secondin Geneva International Music Competition and received the Sonata Award.

 

He also won the TokyoUniversity of the Arts Ataka Award in Japan.

 

Since winning Japanesefirst title in the Violin category of the Ron Thiborg International Competitionin 1990, She has been active as a violinist representing Japan in recitals,orchestra soloists, chamber music, etc.

 

She has recorded manyCDs, and in September 2010, a collection of violinmasterpieces including Zigeunerweisen was released.

 

In 2010, commemoratingthe 20th anniversary of his debut, she performed a memorial recital at KioiHall.

 

In November of the sameyear, she was invited as a jury member for the Violin section of theRon-Thibault International Competition.

 

Currently, she is aprofessor at Showa University of Music and is teaching one's juniors.

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Yoshiko KAWAMOTO(Va.)

In 1992, Top of theGeneva International Competition Viola Division (second place without firstplace).

 

In 1996, won theMuramatsu Award, and in 1997, won the 7th Nippon Steel Music Award and FreshArtist Award.

 

One of the most activeviola players as a soloist and chamber musician.

 

Member of Arti StringQuartet (Kyoto), AOI Residence Quartet.

 

Joined the TokyoMetropolitan Symphony Orchestra in 1991.From 1999 to 2002, she served as theprincipal player.

 

Participated inTanglewood, Marlborough, Davos, Tokyo Summer, Kirishima International MusicFestival, Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, Seiji Ozawa Music Academy, MitoChamber Orchestra, Argerich Music Festival, etc. (Beppu).

 

She has performed wellwith M. Argerich and Y. Bashmet, and She won praise.In chamber music with C.Myung Hoon, she also performs in Japan and Korea.

 

As a soloist, she hasperformed with renowned conductors such as G. Bertini, J. Fournet and P. Mark.

 



Fumiaki KONO(Vc.)

 

Graduated from KyotoCity University of Arts.

 

In 1982, he studied inLos Angeles as an overseas researcher at the Agency for Cultural Affairs, andthen studied at the Vienna University of Music.

 

Studied under ToshioKuronuma, Gabor Wright and Andre Navarra.

 

After returning to Japanin 1984, he performed with recitals and orchestras as soloists, and performedin Japan for the first time in Japan such as the Finnish composer JonasKokkokonen's cello concerto and the Italian Luciano Belio's unaccompanied Sequenza X IV.

 

He has also beenactively involved in chamber music performances, and currently performs widelyin Japan and abroad as a member of the Ensemble of Tokyo, Kioi SinfoniettaTokyo, AOI Residence Quartet, Kiyoshi Okayama String Quartet.

 

Won the first prize inthe 50th Japan Music Competition Cello category (81), Kyoto Music Award (90),Osaka Cultural Festival Award (92), Kyoto Cultural Award Achievement Award(2004), etc.

 

Currently, he teachesone's juniors as a professor at Tokyo University of the Arts.


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