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Arisa Nemoto & Marina Koka ~Hinamatsuri Duo concert~

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Arisa Nemoto and Marina Koka will play a selection of piano and violin pieces, including Beethoven and Debussy Violin Sonata.

Come and hear these classical & French masterpieces, combining one of the grandest in Beethoven’s violin sonata and irresistible melodies with Debussy’s sensation of color and light.

One hour half programme for Violin and Piano on 3rd of March, 2019 when a day of Japanese traditional ceremony “Hinamatsuri” in the beautiful Burgh House, London, UK



Programme:

Beethoven: Violin Sonata No.7 in C minor Op.30
Debussy: Violin Sonata in G minor

etc....


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Pianist : Marina Koka

The Japanese pianist, Marina Koka studied at the Tokyo College of Music before coming to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Professor Ronan O'Hora and Professor Noriko Ogawa. After she finished Master's and Artist Diploma course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, she was on a fellow.

Marina has been a top prizewinner in several competitions including the Tunbridge Wells International Young Concert Artist Award where she was the overall winner, the Asia -Pacific International Piano Competition in Korea, the PTNA Piano Competition in Japan, and the Dudley International Piano Competition.

She has performed with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Tokyo New City Symphony Orchestra and the Sendai Philharmonic, performing in prestigious venues including the Barbican Hall and Symphony Hall, Birmingham, as well as playing many recitals both in Asia and Europe.

Recently Marina has been awarded the Guildhall Wigmore Recital Prize 2016 as well as the Worshipful Company of Musicians' Silver Medal which annually awards an exceptionally talented Guildhall School musician with a Wigmore Hall debut recital.


Violinist : Arisa Nemoto


Arisa was born in Tokyo, Japan, where she completed her Bachelor degree in violin performance in Tokyo University of the Arts with Professor Takashi Shimizu. From 2012-2016, she attended numerous masterclasses with acclaimed performers such as Pierre Amoyal, Roland Daugareil, Eszter Perenyi, Dima Tkachenko at Hida Takayama Music Festival, YBP International Music Masterclass and Tokyo University of the Arts. In 2015, she was awarded the 15th Osaka International Music Competition/Strings, Espoir Prize.

In 2018, she completed Guildhall Artist Master Programme - Orchestral Artistry course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with Professor Krzyzstof Smietana and LSO players for orchestral coaching. In 2018-2019, she was awarded Guildhall Artist Fellowship.

After she started studying in the UK, she was awarded London Symphony Orchestra/Guildhall School Music and Drama LSO Japan Scholar, Full scholarship 2016-2018. She had solo recitals at Southwark Cathedral, St John’s Church Waterloo.

As an orchestral musician, Arisa has worked with acclaimed conductors including Sir Simon Rattle, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Pietari Inkinen, Valery Gergiev, Tadaaki Otaka and Kazufumi Yamashita and has performed in venues such as Royal Albert Hall, Barbican Hall, LSO St. Luke’s, Suntory Hall, Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan, Sumida Triphony Hall and Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall in Japan.

In celebration of Simon Rattle’s inaugural season as Music Director of the London Symphony Orchestra, Arisa appeared alongside the orchestra during the week long ‘This is Rattle’ Festival. Further collaborations with the LSO have included the ‘Discovery’ concerts, LSO On Track and the BMW Open Air concerts in Trafalgar Square.

In 2018, Arisa was invited Tiroler Festpiele Erl Orchestra Academy, Austria, and later in the same year played for the BBC Proms with the U.K. National Youth Jazz Orchestra.



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