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Tokyo Music Competition



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

Musical Study Experiences

2003 Graduated from the Department of Instrumental Music (Piano), Tokyo University of the Arts


Studied under Tsuchida Eisuke, Nojima Minoru, Umemoto Toshikazu, Harimoto Mieko and Okada Atsuko

Musical Careers

1989, 91, 95 Finalist of each year’s National in the categories she participated at the Piano Audition of the Japan Piano Teachers Association; performed in each year’s Winners Memorial Concert
1991-1998 Consecutively selected by audition to perform in the 1st through to 8th “The Light of Young Musicians Concert” held at the College Opera House, Osaka College of Music; broadcasted on FM radio
1992 1st Place, Primary School Category, Osaka Regional, the 46th Student Music concours of Japan
1995 1st Place, Middle School Category, Osaka Regional, the 49th Student Music concours of Japan
1997 1st Place, G-Level, National, PTNA Piano Competition
2000 1st Place, Overall and University Categories, the Settsu Music Festival Little Camelia Concours;
the Japan-China Friendship Student Piano Competition
2001 2nd Place, Special Level, National Convention, PTNA Piano Competition;
Semi-finalist, the International Franz Liszt Piano Competition
2003 Graduated from the Department of Instrumental Music (Piano), Tokyo University of the Arts;
1st Place, Les Splendeurs Music Competition;
1st Place, the Japan International League of Artists Music Competition;
1st Place, Chang River International Music Competition (Japan);
3rd Place, Piano Section, the 1st Tokyo Music Competition;
1st Place, the Iguchi Prize, the Kawai Prize and the Nomura Prize, the 72nd Music Competition of Japan and the Audience Award
2004 The Sendai International Music Competition semi-finalist and winner in numerous other competitions
Current Currently working hard performing as a concert pianist in solo recitals all over Japan and countries overseas and with orchestras, performances as a guest;
won various prizes including the Tokyo Metropolitan Governor Prize, the Osaka Prefecture Governor Award, Shanghai Mayor's Award and Audience Award; previously performed with the Century Orchestra Osaka, the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, the Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic
performed as a guest on NHK FM and overseas in Germany, Hungary, Vienna, Shanghai and Taiwan; in 2004 performed 40 times in total as a soloist in musical exhibitions;
from Nami Records her CD "Tomari Mamiko Piano Recitals -Chopin and Japanese Composers-" is currently acclaimed and for sale

Further Activities

Began learning piano from 5 years of age


My program focuses on Romantic Era and Japanese compositions

Further Profiles

official website

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