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Tokyo Music Competition



Born in: Hyogo Prefecture, Japan
3rd place, Voice Section, The 1st Tokyo Music Competition 2003

Musical Study Experiences

2003 Graduated from the Department of Vocal Music of the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts
2006 Completed Masters Studies at the Graduate School of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts
Studied in Italy as a scholarship student of the Rohm Music Foundation


Studied under Shinozaki Hisashi and Takahashi Shuichi

Musical Careers

2002 While studying at Tokyo University of the Arts won the Ataka Prize
2003 At time of graduation won the Doseikai Prize and the Acanthus Music Prize;
performed in the Geidai Philharmonia Orchestra, Tokyo, Regular concert "New Graduates Concert";
3rd Place, Voice Section, The 1st Tokyo Music Competition
2004 Debut in the opera "Le nozze di Figaro" as Cherubino support by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan, Program for Nurturing Upcoming Artists who lead the next generation 2004
2005 Participated in Seiji Ozawa Music Academy performance of Rossini’s "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" as Rosina as cover cast for Ruxandra Donose in the China and Japan performances;
performed in Shanghai and Tianjin in special concerts as Rosina;
led by Ozawa Seiji in Kobe Earthquake Memorial Opera "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" as Rosina


Monteverdi, Handel, Scarlatti, Rossini, Mozart, Vivaldi, Respighi, Pizzetii, Gounod, Faure, Wagner and others

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