Tokyo Music Competition
Born in: Saitama Prefecture, Japan
3rd place, Voice Section, The 8th Tokyo Music Competition 2010
Musical Study Experiences
2003 Graduated from the Department of Vocal Music, the Faculty of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts
2006 Completed studies at the Graduate School of Music at Tokyo University of the Arts
2007 Completed Nikikai Opera Studio, the 50th Master Class
Studied under Makikawa Shuichi, Iwai Rika, Takahashi Taikai, Shimazaki Tomoko, Marcella Reale, Margherita Rinaldi, Ruth Falcon and Nazzareno Antinori
|1997||Encouragement award, High school Category, the 52nd Student Music concours of Japan|
|1998||2nd Place, Highschool Category, Tokyo Regional, the 52nd Student Music concours of Japan
Performed in the 52nd Student Music concours of Japan Winners Concert
|1999||Performed in Toho Gakuen Music High School Graduation Concert|
|2001||Prizewinner, College and General Public Category, the 55th Student Music concours of Japan|
|2003||Won the Acanthus Music Prize and the Doseikai Prize at time of graduation from Tokyo University of the Arts
Performed in Mozart’s "Don Giovanni" as Donna Anna hosted by the Japan Vocalists Forum
Performed in the Tokyo University of the Arts Doseikai Concert
Performed in Handel’s Messiah as a soloist hosted by Hatsunesya
Performed in Mozart’s "Le nozze di Figaro" as Susanna hosted by the Japan Vocalists Forum
|2004||Performed in Mozart’s "Così fan tutte" as Fiordiligi hosted by Nihon no Oto Geijutsu wo Tsukuru Kai (NPO Association for the Creation of Sound Art in Japan)
Performed in Tokyo University of the Arts Doseikai Concert
Performed in "Fresh Voice ga Tsumugu Ohnaka Megumi Kakyoku no Yube (recital featuring vocal music by Ohnaka Megumi)"
|2005||Performed in Bruckner’s "Te Deum" as a Soloist led by Hanns-Martin Schneidt at Tokyo University of the Arts Regular Concert
Performed as a Soloist in the 55th Geidai Messiah led by Takaseki Ken
|2006||Performed in "Ajisai no Kisetsu ni Utau Ohnaka Megumi Kakyoku no Yube (recital featuring vocal music by Ohnaka Megumi)"
Performed in the 83rd Nikikai Opera Studio Concert
|2007||Won Excellence Award and Encouragement award at time of completion of the Nikikai Opera Studio, the 52nd master class
Performed in Yokohama Cable TV "Ohnaka Megumi Sakuhin no Yube (program featuring music written by Ohnaka Megumi)"
Performed in Nikikai "Shinshin Seigakuka no Yube (Debut Soiree Recital)"
Performed in "Trylleharpen" (Japan premiere) as Queen Dione hosted by the International Friedrich Kuhlau Society
Performed in Beethoven’s 9th as a Soloist co-hosted by Nihon no Oto Geijutsu wo Tsukuru Kai (Association for the Creation of Sound Art in Japan) and the Shinjuku Mitsui Building
|2008||2nd Place, the 44th Concorso Musicale Vocale dell'Istituto Musicale Italo-Giapponese (the Vocal Music Competition of the Italian-Japanese Music Association)
Performed in the 44th Concorso Musicale Vocale dell'Istituto Musicale Italo-Giapponese (the Vocal Music Competition of the Italian-Japanese Music Association) Winners Concert led by Kikuchi Yoshinori
2nd Place, the 13th Concert Marronnier 21
|2009||Performed excerpts from Verdi’s "Il Trovatore" (as Leonora) at the Verdi Society of Japan
Performed excerpts from Verdi’s "I Due Foscari" and "I Masnadieri" at the concert with Nagatake Yoshiyuki hosted by the Verdi Society of Japan
Finalist, the 20th Sogakudo Japanese Vocal Music Competition
Performed in Verdi Marathon Concert hosted by the Verdi Society of Japan
|2010||Performed in a joint recital with a mezzo-soprano singer
Finalist, the 8th Fujisawa Opera Competition
Performed in Verdi’s "Un ballo in maschera" as Amelia
3rd Place, Voice Section, the 8th Tokyo Music Competition
Performed in the Nikikai production "Die Zauberflöte" as Child Spirit 1 led by Theodor Guschlbauer
Performed in the Kuhlau Festival hosted by the International Friedrich Kuhlau Society:
matinee program "Songs and Arias Recital"
soiree program "William Shakespeare (Japan premiere)
Performed in "Lucio Silla" as Cinna hosted by the Japan Mozart Society
Member of Nikikai Opera Foundation
"Così fan tutte" as Fiordiligi
"Don Giovanni" as Donna Anna
"Le nozze di Figaro" as Susanna
"Die Zauberflöte" as Pamina
Beethoven: Symphony No.9
Bruckner: Te Deum
"Trylleharpen" as Queen Dione
"William Shakespeare" as Soloist
Aria collection from Røverborgen (The Robbers' Castle)
6 Canzoni, Op.9
12 Deutsche Lieder
"Un ballo in maschera" as Amelia
"I Due Foscari"
Arias from "Il Corsaro", "Il Trovatore", "Aida"
"La Boheme" as Mimi
"Madame Butterfly" as Madama Butterfly
Alfano: Arias from "Cyrano de Bergerac"
"Pagliacci" as Nedda
Arias from "Iris" and "Isabeau" arias
Lloyd Webber: "Pie Jesu" from Requiem
Yamada Kousaku: Ganemiso
Hirai Kozaburo: Excerpts from Song Book "Nihon no fue (Jananese flute)"
Nakada Yoshinao: Salvia
Song Book "Yumeiro no Kaze ni Noru Neko"
Song Book "Kono Michi wo Maria to"
Song Book "Koi no Mystery"