Leica Camera Japan Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg photo exhibition “Living Music & the never-ending pursuit of the ideal” held

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Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg photo exhibition “Living Music & the never-ending pursuit of the ideal”
Living Music & the never-ending pursuit of the ideal by Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg

Held at Leica Gallery Tokyo and Leica Gallery Kyoto

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(C) Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg
Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg photo exhibition will be held at Leica Gallery Tokyo from November 18, 2022 and at Leica Gallery Kyoto from November 19, 2022.
In this exhibition entitled “Living Music & the never-ending pursuit of the ideal”, which will be held simultaneously in Tokyo and Kyoto, he is known as a musician based in Vienna, Austria, and is also following his own path as a photographer. Wilfried, Kazuki and Hedenborg’s black-and-white portraits of famous musicians can be viewed. Please experience the lively expressions and dynamism of the musicians who live in the world of music while pursuing their ideals, and the story that lives in the background.
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(C) Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg
■ Living Music & the never-ending pursuit of the ideal
Friday, November 18, 2022 – Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Leica Gallery Tokyo (Leica Ginza Store 2F)
2F, 6-4-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo Tel. 03-6215-7070 Closed on Mondays https://bit.ly/WKH_Tokyo
Saturday, November 19, 2022 – Tuesday, February 28, 2023
Leica Gallery Kyoto (Leica Kyoto Store 2F)
570-120 2nd floor, Gion-cho South, Higashiyama-ku, Kyoto-shi, Kyoto Tel. 075-532-0320 Closed on Mondays
https://bit.ly/WKH_Kyoto
Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg
Wilfried Kazuki Hedenborg
Started playing the violin at the age of 6. In 1989, he studied with Ruggiero Ricci at the Musikhochschule Mozarteum, graduating in 1998 with honors (Master of Fine Arts). In the same year, he studied under Werner Hink at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna, graduating at the top of his class in 2001. Winner of numerous international competitions. He also develops strings for violins and has a contract with “Tomastic Infeld”. In 2001, he joined the Vienna State Opera Orchestra. Since 2004, he has been active as a full member of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, while actively participating in chamber music performances and as a soloist. In addition to his activities as a musician, he has also pursued his own path as a photographer. In 2013, the wine gallery “Big Bottle” was held at the Vienna Philharmonic Ball, and in 2018, the exhibition was held at the Leica Gallery in Salzburg entitled “Perspektivenwechsel”. In the same year, he performed Paganini’s Concerto No. 4 at the 100th anniversary concert of Riccardo Muti and Ruggiero Ricci, and performed the Japan premiere of Rosya’s Violin Concerto under the direction of the Philharmonia Eterna and Naohiro Totsuka. Currently, in addition to his performance activities, he represents the Vienna State Opera Orchestra as the chairman of the council. Born in 1977.
Most recently, Beethoven’s first violin sonata collection CD “Beethoven: Violin Sonatas No. 4, No. 5 “Spring”, No. 10 / Wilfried, Kazuki, Hedenborg, Yasuko Mori” will be released on November 25th. Scheduled to be released from Camerata Tokyo in 2018.
http://www.hedenborg.at
Leica Camera Japan
https://leica-camera.com
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000028.000011879.html


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