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Tokyo Music Competition



Born in: Tokyo Metropolis, Japan
3rd place, Voice Section, The 5th Tokyo Music Competition 2007

Musical Study Experiences

2001 Graduated top of class from the Vocal Music Major of the Master of Music program, Tokyo College of Music
2002 Entered Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg-Augsburg, Abteilung Augsburg (Germany)
2003 The Nuremberg Staatstheater International Opernstudio scholarship student in its 1st class
2004 DAAD German International Exchange Scholarship Student
2006 Completed master classes at Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg-Augsburg, Abteilung Augsburg (Germany)


Studied under Jan Hammar, Narita Echiko, Nomura Yoko, Takahashi Keizo, Adachi Saori and Olivera Miljakovic

Musical Careers

1998 Finalist, University and Adult Vocal Music Categories, Tokyo Regional, the 50th Student Music concours of Japan
2000 Finalist, University and Standard Vocal Music Categories, Tokyo Regional, the 52nd Student Music concours of Japan;
1st Place, University Category, Chang River International Music Competition (Japan)
2001 Japan debut performance in the Opera "Il Linguaggio Dei Fiori" at the New National Theatre, Tokyo, the Pit ;
Japan Representative and Semi finalist in Vienna at the International Hans Gabor Belvedere Competition in Vienna (travel expenses paid for)
2003-2004 Performed in numerous operas in Germany at the Staatstheater Nurnberg resulting in Europe debut
2004 DAAD German International Exchange Scholarship Student
2004-2005 2nd Place, Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg-Augsburg Vocal Music Competition (Germany)
2004-2006 Landestheater Linz contracted singer performing in 10 opera performances
2006 Finalist, the Alexander Girardi International Singing Competition
2007 3rd Place, Voice Section, The 5th Tokyo Music Competition
2006 to Present Moved base of activities again to Germany, becoming a contracted singer for the Staatsoper Hannover and previously performed in 10 operas ;
at the Staatsoper Hannover scheduled to sing in "Hänsel und Gretel" (Gretel), Carmen (Frasquita), Callisto (Callisto)
Also, in 2006 recorded religious music by Leopold & Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in her first CD Wenn der Vater mit dem Sohne... (Weldbild limited time sale);
performing as a soloist in Bavaria, Germany at various churches singing religious music by Mozart, Bach, Schütz etc. ;
in 2007 in Chicago and St. Louis performed for the first time with her sister in the solos concert Evening of Japanese Songs


My concert repertoire includes Fauré’s Requiem, Mahler’s Symphony No. 4, Zemlinksy’s Waldgespräch and others, Hochzeitskantate, Kaffee-Kantate, and numerous Bach’s cantata solos and German songs by R. Strauss, Schumann, and Mozart
Opera (including Baroque opera): "Le nozze di Figaro" (Susanna), "Così fan tutte" (Despina), "Don Giovanni" (Zerlina), "Die Entführung aus dem Serail" (Blonde), "Die Zauberflöte" (Papagena) and more of Mozart’s compositions, "Les Contes d'Hoffmann" (Olympia), "Die Fledermaus" (Adele), "Peter Grimes" (Niece 1), "Prodaná nevěsta" (Esmeralda), "La favola di Orfeo" (Euridice), "Hänsel und Gretel" (Sandman, the Sleep Fairy; Dewman, the Dew Fairy), "Tannhäuser und der Sängerkrieg auf Wartburg" (Young Shepherd) etc., roles ranging from Soubrette coloratura to Small Child in large and small performances for a total of 23

Further Profiles

Currently serves as a contracted singer at the Staatsoper Hannover (Germany)

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