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Anglo-Japanese Society of Wessex

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

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GODFREY KING (Director) AJSW REPRESENTATIVE IN UK

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Kyoko Sugai (violin) and Jozef Janik (piano)

Tue May 25th 2010, 12:15–1:00 pm ◀ This event has finished
Bristol Cathedral, College Green, Bristol, BS1 5TJ

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Kyoko Sugai

Kyoko Sugai (violin) was born in Tokyo and began studying violin at the age of three. After receiving a Bachelor degree from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music followed by a Postgraduate Diploma from the Royal Academy of Music where she won a scholarship, Kyoko joined the Royal College of Music as a Rohm Music Foundation Scholar in 2006. She recently completed her study at the College in July 2008, and was awarded Master of Music (MMus). Her recent teachers include Tomotada Soh and Itzhak Rashkovsky.

Kyoko currently gives regular concerts in the UK as a soloist and chamber musician, and her recent solo performances include concerts at the Wallace Collection, Ironmongers’ Hall, Gulbenkian Room and Amadeus Centre, as well as churches such as St. Mary Magdalene, St. Mary Abbots, Hyde Park chapel concert series and St. Andrews, Frognal.

Her recent competition success is the 2nd Prize in the 13th JILA Music Competition in 2008. She also has been a prizewinner at the Japan Classical Music Competition, Japan/China Music Competition, and Classical Music Players Association of Japan. After winning those prizes, she gave solo performances for Young Musicians’ Concert Series in various venues in Japan such as Casals Hall, Katsushika Symphony Hills, Sumida Triphony Hall and Oji Hall.

Kyoko has performed in master classes and music festivals extensively in the UK, Europe and Japan since she was 16, including Salzburg Mozarteum, Dartington International Summer School of Music, Courchevel MusicAlp and London Oratory Festival, and worked with distinguished musicians such as Ruggiero Ricci, Zvi Zeitlin, Tibor Varga, Krzysztof Smietana, Lewis Kaplan and Ernst Kovacic. Particularly, Kyoko has been a regular participant at the Dartington Summer School in Devon since 1998 as a scholar, where she has gained extensive experience in chamber music and orchestra, as well as master classes as a soloist. She was delighted to be chosen by professors to give public performances at many occasions in Dartington Hall, which included her performance of Sir Harrison Birtwistle’s composition at Great Hall, at the composer’s presence.

Jozef Janik

Jozef Janik has a BA in Music from the Zilina Conservatoire, and a Postgraduate Diploma and MA in Music from the Royal Academy of Music where he studied with Patsy Toh, Professor of Piano. He has given concerts in Austria, Sweden, Poland, England, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. His prizes include 1st prize in the Slovak piano competition and 4th prize in the International piano competition in Hradec Kralove, Czech Republic. He has also worked as a soloist with the State Symphony Orchestra and Conservatory Orchestra in Slovakia (Mozart Piano concerto KV488, Ravel piano concerto in G) and Dartford Symphony Orchestra (Haydn, concerto in D and Rachmaninov, 2nd concerto); his future engagements include Rachmaninoff's Variations on a Theme by Paganini and Bach's Concerto in D minor.

Venue: Bristol Cathedral

Bristol Cathedral (photo: Adrian Pingstone)

Bristol Cathedral is situated in the middle of the city at the bottom of Park Street. It was founded in 1140, but was built gradually over a period of 700 years. The Cathedral hosts numerous events and concerts throughout the year. Many of these are open to the public, and some are free, including the regular lunchtime concerts on Tuesdays.

Visit the Bristol Cathedral website.

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