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Tokyo Music Competition

NARITA Tatsuki

NARITA Tatsuki

Born in: Hokkaido, Japan
1st place, and Audience Award, String Section, The 5th Tokyo Music Competition 2007

Musical Study Experiences

Began learning piano from 3 years of age
2010 March: Graduated from Toho Gakuen Music High School
2010 October: Started studying at the Conservatoire Municipal Maurice Ravel du 13ème arrondissement


Previously studied under Sawada Masako and Ichikawa Eiko
Currently studies under Jean-Jacques Kantorow, Svetlin Roussev, Florin Szigeti and Fujiwara Hamao

Musical Careers

2006 1st Place with Tsuzuki, Uzuka, and Togi Prizes, Middle School Category, National, the 60th Student Music concours of Japan
2007 Performed with the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra led by Numajiri Ryusuke at the Midland Square Anniversary concert
1st Place and Audience Award, String Section, the 5th Tokyo Music Competition
2009 Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Morning Concert vol.24
Performed in the Tokyo Spring music festival -Tokyo Opera no Mori- vol.2 The UK—Denen Seikatsu eno Akogare
Performed in Hamanakonpou Classic Special ACT New Artist Series 2009
the Ishikawa Music Academy IMA Encouragement Award
the Maurice Ravel Academy Prize
2nd Place and E. Nakamichi Award, Violin Category, the 78th Music Competition of Japan
Attended the 1st Violin Festa Tokyo 2009
2010年 2010 the Rohm Music Foundation scholarship student
2nd Prize and SACEM Prize, Violin Category, the Concours International Marguerite-Long-Jacques-Thibaud

Further Activities

Previously, Narita has performed with following orchestras and conductors:
the Nagoya Philharmonic Orchestra led by Numajiri Ryusuke
the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra and the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra led by Umeda Toshiaki
the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra led by Iimori Norichika and Nishimoto Tomomi
the New Japan Philharmonic led by Kobayashi Ken-ichiro and Umeda Toshiaki


Baroque to contemporary

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