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Songs

Claude Debussy
  1. “Clair de Lune”
  2. La Cathédrale engloutie 
  3. Les Collines d’ Anacapri
  4. La Fille aux cheveux de lin
Frédéric Chopin
  1. Grande Valse Brilliante in E-flat major op.18
  2. Polonaise in A-flat major, op.53 "Heroic"
  3. Nocturne No.20 in C-sharp minor op.post
Franz Liszt
  1. “Notturno” No.3 in A-flat major
  2. ”La Campanella” in G-sharp minor
Ludwig van Beethoven
Piano Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor,
op. 27- 2 "Moonlight"
  1. 第1楽章 Adagio sostenuto
  2. 第2楽章 Allegretto
  3. 第3楽章 Presto agitato
Robert Schumann
  1. “ Träumerei”
Recording Staff
Producer
Yoichiro Yoshikawa
Balance and mastering engineer
Mitsuo Koike for ast
Recording and editing facilities by Classical Line on IO-factory inc.
Recording engineer and editor
Yoichiro Yoshikawa
Piano technician
Hitoshi Onodera
Product co-ordination
Shoe Eitaki
Art direction
Susumu Yoshida
Illustration
Naoko Miura
Photographer
Mituru Hirota
Costume design
Yousuke Tanaka
Hair and Make up
Tomio Kawabata

About this Artist

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HIROYO IMAGAWA

Born in Fukui, Hiroyo Imagawa graduated the State University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgartt (Staatliche Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart) and the Mozarteum University in Salzburg (Austrian master’s degree) with top honors. She has been giving concerts in Europe and Japan since she was in school. Her performances have won high acclaim from European publications and co-performers as “the most delicate and sophisticated interpretative art” and she has been described as a “master of touch.” Ms Imagawa is an emerging pianist, praised by Ingrid Haebler, a celebrated 20th century Mozart specialist.

Awards
2002
Honorable prize of the Austrian Minister of Culture. 2nd Prize at the 9th International J. Brahms Competition.
1st Prize and the Special Debussy Prize at the 25th International Piano Competition “Città di Salerno”
2003
3rd Prize at the 1st International Anton Rubinstein Piano Competition
2005
2nd Prize at the 10th International Schubert Piano Competition
Major Performances
Germany:
Semperoper Dresden. Mosel Music Festival, Schwetzinger Festival, Festival of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Meissen-Pianoforte Festival
Austria:
In Memoriam Chopin 150th Anniversary at the Great Hall of the Mozarteum, sponsored by the Chopin Society
UK:
High-profile performance in the Royal Residence of His Royal Highness The Prince Edward in London
Belgium:
Flandern Festival
Japan:
La Folle Journée au Japon, Soloist of the Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra performing in Japan,NHK-FM “Meikyoku Recital”, Recital at the Suntory Hall Tokyo
Major Orchestra Performances
Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, New Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa,
Aichi Central Symphony Orchestra, Osaka Century Orchestra, Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Dortmund
Philharmonic Orchestra, Armenian Philharmonic Orchestra, Venezuela Symphony Orchestra,
St. Petersburg Stage Symphony Orchestra of the Mussorgski Theaters, and Mozarteum University Symphony Orchestra
collaborating with conductors such as P. Altrichter, A. Anikhanov, N. Iimori,D. Kaftan, K. Kobayashi, C. Komatsu, and K. Seibel.
Studied under:
Hiroyo Imagawa studied piano under Professor Hans Leygraf, André Marchand, Seiko Sumi, Tomoko Takatsukasa, Michiko Tokuoka, Akemi Tanabe.
Her instructor for musical composition is Masayuki Tokuoka and her chamber music instructors are the late Professor Wilhelm Melcher (Melos Quartet) and Professor Rainer Schmidt (Hagen Quartet).