【CANCELLED & LIVE STREAMED】Mozart Matinee #40
- Date and
Saturday 14 March 2020
Start at 11:00
- Conductor= Keitaro Harada
Piano= Miyuji Kaneko
Orchestra= Tokyo Symphony Orchestra
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Flute Quartet No. 3 in C Major K. 285b
Symphony No.35 in D major K.385 "Haffner"
Piano Concerto No. 13 in C major K. 415 (387b)
*Updated: 3 March
Live performance behind closed doors will be LIVE STREAMED ON NICONICO DOUGA at following URL.
Sat. 14 March, Start at 11:00 a.m.
Nursery Service (special discount)
Children under 6 are not admitted.
|All reserved seating||U25 (7 - 25)|
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Keitaro Harada, Conductor
Conductor Keitaro Harada maintains a growing, international presence throughout North America, Asia, Mexico, and Europe. Recently named Music & Artistic Director Designate of Savannah Philharmonic, he will conduct the 2019-20 opening and closing concerts before his inaugural season in 2020-21. Harada’s broad scope of musical interest in symphonic, opera, chamber works, pops, film scores, ballet, educational, outreach, and multi-disciplinary projects leads to diverse and eclectic programs.
Recent and upcoming highlights include Houston Symphony, NHK Symphony Orchestra, Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, Osaka Symphony, Osaka Philharmonic, Hawaii Symphony Orchestra,
Kanagawa Philharmonic Orchestra, Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic, Tokyo Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic, Fort Worth Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony, Memphis Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Charlotte Symphony, West Virginia Symphony, Tucson
Symphony, Phoenix Symphony, Virginia Symphony, and Orquesta Filarmónica de Sonora (México).
No stranger to the operatic canon, Harada returns this season for his debut of Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci with North Carolina Opera, for whom he has previously led productions of Carmen and Britten’s Turn of the Screw. In 2017, he conducted Mazzoli’s Song from the Uproar for Cincinnati Opera, as well as run of Carmen for Bulgaria’s Sofia National Opera and Ballet that reprised with a Japan tour in fall 2018. In past seasons and as Associate Conductor of Arizona Opera, he led productions of Don Pasquale, La Fille du Regiment, and Tosca. As a 2010 Seiji Ozawa Fellow at Tanglewood, Harada conducted critically-acclaimed performances of Strauss’ Ariadne auf Naxos.
Currently finishing his fourth season as Associate Conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and Cincinnati Pops, Harada regularly assists Music Director Louis Langrée, conducts the CSO, POPS, and works with James Conlon and Juanjo Mena for the May Festival. He is a three-
time recipient of The Solti Foundation U.S. Career Assistance Award (2016, 2015, 2014), Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview (2013), the Seiji Ozawa Conducting Fellowship at Tanglewood Music Festival, and was a student of Lorin Maazel at Castleton Festival and Fabio Luisi at Pacific
Music Festival. In 2018 and 2016, he was invited by Valery Gergiev to serve on the faculty of the Pacific Music Festival.
Miyuji Kaneko, Piano
Miyuji Kaneko was born in Japan, in 1989 to a Japanese father and a Hungarian mother.
At the age of six he moved to Hungary and stayed with his grandparents in order to study piano under Zsuzsa Cs. Nagy at the Bartok Elementary School of Music.
In 2001, at the age of 11, he skipped grades and was accepted to the The Special School for Exceptional Young Talents of the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, where he studied under Gabor Eckhardt, Gyongyi Kevehazi and Rita Wagner. After finishing all the courses, he returned to Japan in 2006 and was admitted to the Tokyo College of Music High School. He studied under Kazune Shimizu, Akiyoshi Sako, and Katsuko Miura.
In 2009 he became a Chanel Pygmalion Days Artist.
In 2011 he made his official debut at Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall.
In 2014 he received a Master of Musical Arts Diploma at the graduate program of the Tokyo College of Music.
He has performed with numerous orchestras including the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, the Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra, the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Astana Opera Orchestra.
He also played with conductors Zoltan Kocsis, Ken-Ichiro Kobayashi, Jonathan Nott, Jun Maerkl, Sylvain Cambreling, Janos Kovacs, Alan Buribaev and John Axelrod.
He has performed in Hungary, Japan, the United States, France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Greece, the Czech Republic, Poland, Romania, China, Kazakhstan and Russia.
In 2016 his seventh album ”La Campanella” was released from Universal Music.
In 2017 Miyuji Kaneko became one of the regular personalities of the NHK FM Recital Nova program.
A Honorary Citizen of Kismaros (Hungary).
A Steinway Artist.