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Beethoven’s Piano Sonata Op. 2 n. 1 coming soon on Limenmusic Web Tv

From friday, September 2. 2011 on Limenmusic Web Tv @ www.limenmusic.com: Takahiro Yoshikawa plays L. van Beethoven – Episode 1

Takahiro-Beethoven

In this concert, the talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa will perform for Limenmusic’s audience:

L. van Beethoven – Piano Sonata in F Minor Op. 2 n. 1

This Opus was the first piano sonata written by the German composer in 1795. This work was dedicated to his predecessor Joseph Haydn, who has strongly influenced the early period of Beethoven’s career.

Born in Nishinomiya, Japan, and graduated at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Takahiro Yoshikawa has been living for a few years in Italy, where he made himself well known, as a winner of many international competitions, playing in the most important halls (included the Teatro alla Scala in Milan), as a soloist and with high-level chamber groups.
From 2001 to 2004 he attended the Accademia of Teatro alla Scala, mastering in orchestral (with Ada Mauri) and chamber-music repertoire with the principal instrumentalists of the Scala Orchestra.
Regularly engaged in Italy, Takahiro Yoshikawa is also extremely active in Japan, where he enjoys a great popular appeal, supported also by the excellent sales of his records. He performed in some among the most prestigious halls of Tokyo (Suntory Hall Blue Rose, Kioi Hall, Hakuju Hall, etc.) and Kansai (The Hyogo Performing Arts Center in Nishinomiya, Matsukata Hall in Kobe, The Phoenix Hall etc.).
Takahiro Yoshikawa has also a full recording activity; he is regularly featured on Limenmusic’s Web Tv, gaining strong approval by national and international audience alike.
Moreover, his videos are among the most popular on our YouTube channel.

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From September 2011 on Limenmusic Web Tv…

Here we are…Limenmusic restarts in September with new concerts, specials, interviews with leading musicians of national and international scene, new releases…and so much more.

Here are some advances:

Takahiro Yoshikawa plays L. van Beethoven – Episode 1
In this concert the young and talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa will perform L. van Beethoven’s Piano Sonata n. 1 in F minor.
This Opus was the first piano sonata written by the German composer in 1795. This work was dedicated to his predecessor Joseph Haydn, who has strongly influenced the early period of Beethoven’s career.

Alfonso Alberti in concert
Alfonso Alberti, appreciated Italian pianist and musicologist, will propose to the audience a concert on musics by: Luca Francesconi (1956), Flavio Emilio Scogna (1969), Paul Méfano (1937).
Furthermore, he will perform aworld première: Giostre di cristallo, written in 2000/2001 by Stefano Bulfon.

Shin Sasakubo in concert
Limenmusic proposes another kind of music, other than classical and contemporary one, the Andean – Peruvian music. In this concert the Japanese guitarist Shin Sasakubo will introduce the audience to the discover of the Andean world and its people, with some of its traditional musics.

Stay tuned….

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Beethoven’s Piano Sonatas coming soon on Limenmusic Web Tv!!

From friday, September 02. 2011 on Limenmusic Web Tv @ www.limenmusic.com: Takahiro Yoshikawa plays L. van Beethoven
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Takahiro Yoshikawa - Beethoven

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In this concert, Takahiro Yoshikawa will performs two Beethoven piano Sonatas.
Piano Sonata n. 1 in F minor is the first piano sonata written by the German composer in 1795. This work was dedicated to his predecessor Joseph Haydn, who has strongly influenced the early period of Beethoven’s career.
The Piano Sonata in A major Op. 2 n. 2 was also dedicated to the Austrian composer, considered one of the most prolific and prominent composers of the Classical period.

Born in Nishinomiya, Japan, and graduated at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Takahiro Yoshikawa has been living for a few years in Italy, where he made himself well known, as a winner of many international competitions, playing in the most important halls (included the Teatro alla Scala in Milan), as a soloist and with high-level chamber groups.
From 2001 to 2004 he attended the Accademia of Teatro alla Scala, mastering in orchestral (with Ada Mauri) and chamber-music repertoire with the principal instrumentalists of the Scala Orchestra.
Regularly engaged in Italy, Takahiro Yoshikawa is also extremely active in Japan, where he enjoys a great popular appeal, supported also by the excellent sales of his records. He performed in some among the most prestigious halls of Tokyo (Suntory Hall Blue Rose, Kioi Hall, Hakuju Hall, etc.) and Kansai (The Hyogo Performing Arts Center in Nishinomiya, Matsukata Hall in Kobe, The Phoenix Hall etc.).
Takahiro Yoshikawa has also a full recording activity; he is regularly featured on Limenmusic’s Web Tv, gaining strong approval by national and international audience alike.
Moreover, his videos are among the most popular on our YouTube channel.

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