AJSW Classical music concert in Bristol and London: May 2013

Mozart: Fantasy in C minor K.475
Schumann: Allegro Op.8
Chopin: 2 Waltz
Chopin: Scherzo No.2 in B-flat minor, Op.31

Makiko Sada
was born in Japan. She began studies with Noriko Yodogawa at the age of 4 and won the First prize at the Nishinihon PTNA Piano Competition in 1990 at the age of 8.

Makiko completed the Bachelors Degree at Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo and the Postgraduate of Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music in London where she studied piano with Kathryn Stott, Pascal Nemirovski and Hamish Milne and chamber music with Ian Brown.

She was awarded one of the highest Distinctions in her Final Recital at Royal Academy of Music, and won the prize of “Dorothy Bryant Awards”. Among her awards has given the 2nd Prize in TIAA All Japan Classical Music Competition and the 2nd Prize in Fukuoka International Music Festival.

Makiko has taken part in many International music festivals and performed in concerts including the International Evian Academy (France), International Keyboard Institute and Festival (New York), North London Piano School (London), International Summer Chopin Academy (Warsaw), and in 2008 and 2009 she has got a scholarship for the Banff Music Summer Festival (Canada). She participated in master classes with such distinguished artists as with Christopher Elton, Anton Kuerti, Julian Martin, Robart McDonald, Hamish Milne, John Perry, Fou Tsong, Dr.Arbo Valdoma and Mikimoto Sumiko.

She is currently based in Japan and has performed both solo recitals and chamber music concerts in various venue in France, Italy, Japan, Spain and U.K. Recently she was invited by the Government of Castilla and Leon and had a concert tour with Duo Alfageme in Spain and Japan.

Date: Tue May 21st 2013, 1:15–2:00 pm
Venue: Bristol Cathedral, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TJ

Date2: Wed May 22nd at 1.10 pm
Venue: St. Sepulchre Without Newgate Church, Holborn Viaduct, London. EC1A 2DQ

Organiser: The Anglo-Japanese Society of Wessex

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