Tokyo Music Competition
Born in: Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan
3rd place, String Section, The 18th Tokyo Music Competition 2020
Musical Study Experiences
March 2015 Graduated from the Music High School attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts
March 2019 Graduated from Tokyo College of Music at top of class
2020 2nd year student as a special scholarship recipient at the graduate school of Tokyo College of Music
Previously, studied under OGURI Machie, OHTANI Yasuko, HARADA Koichiro, FUJIWARA Hamao, and TAMAI Natsumi.
|2009||3rd Place, Violin Category, Middle School Division, the 63rd Student Music Concours of Japan|
|2015||2nd Place and Bach Prize, the 16th International Competition for Violin, Kloster Schöntal (Germany)|
|2016||Grand Prize, String Category, the 29th Newcomer Musicians Competition (Ichikawa City Cultural Promotion Foundation)|
|2018||3rd Place, Violin Category, the 87th Music Competition of Japan|
|2019||1st Place, String Category, the 18th Tokyo College of Music Competition|
|2020||3rd Place, String Section, the 18th Tokyo Music Competition
Season Member of the Kioi Hall Chamber Orchestra Tokyo
A fellow member of the 6th Class of the Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy
⁃ the 89th Yomiuri Debut Recital
⁃ the 30th Pacific Music Festival
⁃ duo recitals with her brother FUKUDA Shunichiro at Rokkatei's Fukinoto Hall/Makomanai Hall and Munetsugu Hall
⁃ performances with the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra and the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra
Fukuda has been a recipient of Meiji Yasuda Cultural Foundation and Aoyama Music Foundation scholarships.
She has also been actively working on chamber music, participating in Project Q (educational project hosted by TV MAN UNION in Japan) and projects organized by Music Dialogue.
There are numerous recitals including solo stages in which she has performed.
I have been extensively studying concertos, sonatas, virtuoso pieces, and chamber music from Baroque to contemporary. My concerto repertoire includes: Mozart, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Brahms, Tchaikovsky, Khachaturian, Sibelius, Prokofiev, and Bartók. As for chamber music, I'm familiar with sonatas with piano, violin duos, and quartets; however, I have been passionately challenging in various forms of ensemble.