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from the
Anglo-Japanese Society of Wessex

An Unincorporated Association

Honorary Patrons:
Alexander Rosenblatt, George Logan (Dr Evadne Hinge), Michael Soumei Coxall, Kazue Yanagida

Japan Representative:
Kazue Yanagida

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Special Advisor:
Jackie Wright

Director:
Godfrey King

Web Site:
Phil Ronan, Steve Rice

Established 1996

'MUSIC AS A WHOLE'

Music school for children & adults with the
Alexander Technique

Ryoko Izutsu – Director
Piano & Alexander Technique teacher
E-mail: i...@musicasawhole.com
Web: www.musicasawhole.com/home
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Musician's Chapel Dedication

See the Musicians Chapel dedication January 2nd, 1955 on our Events page.

What we do

GODFREY KING (Director) AJSW REPRESENTATIVE IN UK

KAZUE YANAGIDA (Honorary Patron) AJSW REPRESENTATIVE IN JAPAN
Contact: kazu...@yahoo.co.jp
柳田 和江(名誉パトロン)AJSW日本代表
連絡先:kazu...@yahoo.co.jp

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Artist Info :: Ikuko Inoguchi

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Ikuko Inoguchi

Acclaimed for her “subtle sonority and fascinating colorful tones,” the pianist Ikuko Inoguchi has quickly explored the performing platform in Europe since she moved to the UK in 2009. Her recent performances have taken place in London, Reading, Nottingham, Cantu, Leipzig, Saarbrücken, Würzburg, and Bucharest. Recently she made her concerto debut with CUSO under the baton of Anthony Weeden. She is a prize winner of several national and international competitions as well as a recipient of numerous fellowships and scholarships, and has enjoyed international appearances as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe, the United States, and Japan. This also includes a recital at St. Martin-in-the-Fields. In 2003, she was selected as the youngest soloist to perform at the Oto-no-Tobira recital series at Sazanka Hall, Nara, Japan, and also performed at the recital celebrating its 10th anniversary. During her master program at UCLA, where she worked with Prof. Vitaly Margulis, she performed recitals as a Gluck fellow throughout Southern California. 
Before moving to the UK, Ikuko completed her Doctor of Musical Arts degree in Piano Performance at the University of Colorado, Boulder, under the guidance of Dr. Andrew Cooperstock. While studying, she also served as a Lecturer in Piano and Teaching Assistant for accompaniment at the university. Upon graduation, she was selected as the recipient of the MTNA StAR Award recognizing her “academic achievement, successful teaching experience and leadership abilities.”
During 2010-2011, she held a Visiting Scholar Fellowship at the Institute of Musical Research, comprising the School of Advanced Study at the University of London. Bringing artistry and scholarship together, her performance-based scholarly work led her to present a lecture-recital entitled “Circulating Images, Circulating Sounds: Aesthetics and Ideas in the Water Pieces of Debussy and Takemitsu” at regional and national conferences, such as the prestigious College Music Society, in the United States. In January 2013, she presented her paper, “Performing T?ru Takemitsu’s Rain Tree Sketch” at “Music from Japan” conference, programmed to complement BBC Symphony Orchestra’s Total Immersion: Sounds from Japan. In November, she was also invited to give a lecture-recital at the Takemitsu Society. 
Ikuko also performed at master classes led by internationally renowned artists, such as Malcolm Bilson, John Lill, Elena Edelstein, Eric Larsen, and Inge Rosar.


Ikuko is currently pursuing her PhD at City University London under the guidance of Ian Pace. She is also working with Prof. Gordon Fergus-Thompson of the Royal College of Music.