samedi 06 Nov. 2021 - 17h00
Tomoki Kitamura (piano), Fumika Mohri (violon)
Guillaume Lekeu: Sonate pour piano et violon en sol majeur
Richard Strauss : Sonate pour violon et piano en mi bémol majeur, op. 18
FUMIKA MOHRI (violon)
In 2012 Fumika Mohri won the first prize in the Seoul International Music Competition becoming the youngest ever and very first Japanese first-prize winner in the history of the competition. In 2015 she won the second prize in the Premio Paganini International Violin Competition and the sixth prize in the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition. In 2019 she won the third prize in the Montreal International Music Competition.
As a soloist, Fumika Mohri has performed with major orchestras such as Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Korean Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre National de Belgique, Brussels Philharmonic, Orchestre symphonique de Montréal, Kremerata Baltica and Chamber Orchestra of Europe. She has appeared in numerous music festivals and concert series such as the Takefu International Music Festival (Japan), the Cervo Festival (Italy) and the Kronberg Academy Festival (Germany), and has collaborated with eminent artists including Sir András Schiff, Abdel Rahman El Bacha, Ilya Gringolts, Nobuko Imai, Tabea Zimmermann and Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi. She gave her debut recital at Kioi Hall, Tokyo in 2016.
Fumika Mohri was born in Japan in 1994 and began playing the violin at the age of three. She has studied with Kaori Tajiri, Sachika Mizuno, and Koichiro Harada. In 2014 she completed the Soloist Diploma Course of the Toho Gakuen School of Music. Since 2015 she has been studying at the Kronberg Academy with Mihaela Martin.
TOMOKI KITAMURA (piano)
Born in Aichi (Japan) in 1991, Tomoki Kitamura began playing piano at the age of three. Since he won the 1st prize (2nd prize was not awarded) and the Grand Jury Prize at the prestigious Tokyo Music Competition at the age of 14, he started his career in Japan. Thereafter he has got prizes at important international piano competitions including Hamamatsu, Sydney and Leeds. In 2017 he won the 2nd prize at the international Telekom Beethoven competition in Bonn.
Today Tomoki Kitamura constantly appears in the prestigious concert halls in Europa and Japan as a recital pianist, soloist of orchestra, chamber music player, and also as a fortepianist. His 4 solo CDs received favorable reviews on the prestigious magazines in Japan.
He has been learning Piano with Prof.Kei Itoh, Prof.Ewa Pobłocka and Prof.Rainer Becker.
After graduation his Diplom with the distinction from Universität der Künste Berlin in 2017, he continues his study with Prof.Jesper Christensen with a big interest in the researching historical interpretation and instruments at Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Frankfurt am Main.
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