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Sergey Koudriakov

Sergey Koudriakov (pf) セルゲイ・クドリャコフ

モスクワ生まれ。ピアニスト。2002年ジュネーブ、2006年ゲザアンダ国際ピアノコンクール優勝。
Born in Moscow in 1978, Sergey Koudriakov began his studies at the famous Gnessins School under Valentina Aristova. He signed on at the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatoire, class of Professor Mikhail Voskresensky in 1995, and after the diploma he started teaching successfully combining concert activity with the professorship.
At the age of 19 the musician appeared on the international stage and as the result he was granted with number of prizes and awards at the competitions, among them International Piano Competition in Épinal (France), International Piano Competition in Porto (Portugal), Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort-Worth (USA). The pianist was invited to perform in many countries of Europe, ex-USSR as well as Japan, USA, Brazil.
In 2000s he achieved the top point of his competition activity: Sergey Koudriakov became the first prize winner of the most prestigious European competitions:
-Geneva International Music Competition (2002, together with the Audience prize and “Coup de Cœur de Breguet”);
-Gaetano Zinetti Chamber Music Competition in Verona (in a duet with violist I. Hoffman, 2004);
-Concours Géza Anda in Zurich (2006, together with the Mozart prize).
“The new star in the Heaven of piano art”

Yo Kigoshi (vc) 木越洋

NHK交響楽団 首席チェリスト(~2013)
Yo Kigoshi completed his Master Diploma at the Grudate School of Toho Gakuen School of Music in 1975. He won second place at the Japan Music Contest that same year. After serving as principal cellist for the New Japan Philharmonic, he studied at the Munich Music School with Professor Walter Nothas for two years from 1977 as a resident research artist. He won many international awards including the Munich International Music Competition, and the Diploma Award at Geneva International Music Competition. In 1981, Kigoshi entered the NHK Symphony Orchestra in Tokyo, and for 22 years he has kept the world-renowned position of principal cellist in the Symphony.

While teaching at Senzoku Gakuen School of Music and Toho Gakusen School of
Music, Kigoshi pursues very busy schedule participating in number of chamber
orchestras and also having recitals. He performed with the Saito Kinen Orchestra
every summer in Matsumoto, co-performing with Fuminori Shinozaki who is also a
concert master at NHK Symphony Orchestra for the “Maro World” in Tokyo Oji
Hall, and the Bach Unaccompanied Series held at Yokohama Kaikou Kinen Hall.
He also holds the position of adjudicator for string section in the Tokyo Music
Competition.

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