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Yokohama Arts and Culture Foundation Yokohama Minatomirai Hall Concerto presented by a string quintet by a talented soloist and members of the N Symphony Orchestra, who are highly acclaimed in international competitions

Yokohama City Arts and Culture Foundation
[Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall] A concerto presented by a string quintet by a talented soloist and members of the N Symphony Orchestra, who are gaining acclaim in international competitions
Hama’s JACK Special Concert ~Incandescent Chamber Music~ (Sunday, June 16, 2024) ……
The “Yokohama 18th Ward Concert” has brought fresh surprises to the audience by performing famous concertos, which are usually played by an orchestra, with soloists and chamber music. As an extra edition of this series that has been held from 2021 to 2022, we will hold a special concert featuring young talented players as members of the Hama no JACK Orchestra, which is made up of members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra.
Performances are held twice a day. At the matinee (starting at 14:00), violinist Kotone Mizuno and pianist Shiori Kuwabara, both of whom have deep ties to Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, will appear, and at the soiree (starting at 18:00), the up-and-coming pianist Natalia Milstein, who will be visiting Japan for the first time, will appear. Masu.
Enjoy the intimate ensemble of a string quintet and young soloists in a small hall full of acoustics!
[Image 1: https://prtimes.jp/i/14302/1115/resize/d14302-1115-064abae60f6b32002eb5-0.jpg&s3=14302-1115-68f3ffc6cce69bf20f7cdfa5159014ba-1400×600.jpg] Masterpiece concerto presented in string quintet style
“Yokohama 18 Ward Concert” is a series in which talented artists connected to Yokohama present famous concertos together with a chamber music ensemble composed of members of the Tokyo-based orchestra. They have toured facilities in all 18 wards of Yokohama City, bringing fresh surprises to audiences with their intimate and dense music. *Click here for details on “Yokohama 18 Ward Concert” (performance ended) → https://yokohama-minatomiraihall.jp/concert/18concert-2.html As an extra edition, this performance will be held at the Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall, a small hall rich in acoustics, with talented young players who are active both domestically and internationally as soloists. At the matinee (starting at 14:00), we will present Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 and Schumann’s Piano Concerto, and at the soirée (starting at 18:00), we will present Chopin’s Piano Concerto No. 1, accompanied by a string quintet. .
Supporting the soloist are members of Hama’s JACK Orchestra, which is made up of players mainly members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra. This organization holds a variety of programs in its small hall every year, from concerts for children to full-fledged chamber music concerts. Please enjoy the exquisite ensemble performed by these artists who know everything about the sound of a small hall.
A young talented player who is excited about the moment has appeared!
[Image 2: https://prtimes.jp/i/14302/1115/resize/d14302-1115-3bd2f0ef07a1c962f54f-1.jpg&s3=14302-1115-72dbaf195f1ff8774c3bbe4825215c3f-895×897.jpg] (From left) Kotone Mizuno, Shiori Kuwabara, Natalia Milstein For the matinee (starting at 14:00), a soloist with ties to Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall will appear.
The performer discovery project “Looking for the Golden Egg” is held every year at the hall. Violinist Kotone Mizuno, who will be appearing in “, is a promising newcomer who won first place at the Grumiaux International Violin Competition and the Japan Music Competition last year.
In the second half, pianist Shiori Kuwabara, who continues to be active in recitals and collaborations with orchestras both in Japan and abroad, will appear. Kuwabara also performed at the 39th Yokohama City Invitational International Piano Concert (2021), captivating the audience with his free and powerful tone. He has won second place in international competitions such as Rubinstein, Busoni, and Maria Canals, and his future success is expected.
At the soiree (starting at 18:00), we will welcome guests from overseas. Natalia Milstein, an up-and-coming pianist who is expanding her career in Europe and is making her first visit to Japan, will perform Chopin’s Piano Concerto.
Kotone Mizuno & Shiori Kuwabara Special Roundtable Discussion
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Sponsored by: Yokohama Minato Mirai Hall (Yokohama City Arts and Culture Foundation)
Cooperation: Hama no JACK, a specified non-profit organization More details about this release:
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