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Yu Kosuge Piano Recital

Yu Kosuge Piano Recital in Sydney 2017


The rainbow project sponsored a performance in Sydney by the Japanese pianist “Yu Kosuge”, who is currently attracting the most attention in Europe, the United States, and Japan because of his extraordinary talent.

The performance in Sydney by a talented Japanese pianist who successfully completed the big stage one after another, such as co-starring with famous orchestras at Carnegie Hall in New York, Salzburg Music Festival, Suntory Hall in Tokyo, etc., was a great success.
 

Piano Recital by Internationally Acclaimed Japanese Pianist ” Yu Kosuge”.
Yu Kosuge has been giving recitals and playing with orchestras since childhood.

From her Tokyo début, she has traversed the globe, playing piano at famous venues, in London, Berlin, Moscow, New York, Paris, Zurich, with many of Europe’s leading orchestra’s – from Germany, Russia and Finland.
A Sony recording artist, her piano catalogue includes CDs of Chopin, Mozart and Beethoven.

Now she makes a rare appearance in Sydney, playing some of the most beautiful music ever composed, including Wagner’s erotic masterpiece, the “Liebestod” from Tristan und Isolde.

  “Yu Kosuge” Piano Recital in Sydney

Date : Tuesday 21st of February 2017

(  Door Open 6:30pm / Start 7pm / Finish 9pm )

 

Venue : Sydney Conservatorium of Music ,  Verbrugghen Hall

1 Conservatorium Road, Sydney, 2000

Ticket : A $40 B $30 ( Reserved )
Yu Kosuge

 Programme

J.S. Bach: Aria variata alla maniera italiana a-Moll BWV 989

Beethoven: Sonata No.21 in C major, Op.53, ‘Waldstein’

intermission

Takemitsu: Rain Tree Sketch I and II

Liszt: “Les jeux d’eaux à la villa d’Este” from Années de pèlerinage

Liszt: Ballade No. 2 in B minor

Wagner (Arr. by F. Liszt):

Isoldes Liebestod from “Tristan und Isolde”, S. 447

Yu Kosuge

  Awards

13th Nippon Steel Music Awards USA Washington Awards

8th Hotel Okura Music Award

17th Idemitsu Music Award

2013 Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology Newcomer Award

Organiser

JCS Rainbow Project
jcs-rainbow

後Supporters

Consulate General of Japan in Sydney, Japan Foundation Sydney, Nichigo Press
*Schedule subject to change
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