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Anna Menichetti presents Takahiro Yoshikawa’s album – The podcast

Anna Menichetti presents the latest album of the talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa, entirely dedicated to colors and suggestions of the night.

Go to the podcast (only Italian version)

Takahiro Yoshikawa, young and talented Japanese pianist, took his first steps into the world of music in his homeland, before moving to 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.Given the exiting successes of his first album, published in 2009, devoted to Frèdéric Chopin’w works, Limen music & arts proposes a new discographical production (CD+DVD), where Takahiro Yoshikawa performs pieces dedicated to the suggestions of the night, readind it in a new, and deeply original, key, infact all the works refer to the same “black” key, in which the fingers more often caress the keyboard rather than strike it.
Thanks to his deep and attractive interpretation, this artist take us in a intimate path through images, colours and emotions of the night, drowing to leading composers of the Nineteenth century: L. van Beethoven, Frédéric Chopin, Franz Liszt and Maurice Ravel, to create an album of unparalleled beauty.

For album details, please click here.

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Takahiro Yoshikawa at Limenmusic

Today the renowned and talented Japanese pianist Takahiro Yoshikawa, will record in Limenmusic’s studio a concert for the Web Tv.

In particular he will perform for us:

L. van Beethoven – Sonata n. 1 in F minor Op. 2-1
L. van Beethoven - Sonata n. 2 in A major Op. 2-2
L. van Beethoven – Sonata n. 3 in C major Op. 2-3

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, always getting, thanks to his solid and intense performances,  a great success by audiences around the world.
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.).
In 2009 he published his first CD, for Limen music & arts, distributed by King International, dedicated to Frédèric Chopin works, considered one of the greatest piano composer, getting a great success by the audience for his suggestive interpretation.
In May 2011, will be available his latest discographical production (CD+DVD), enterely dedicated to the night.
Stay tuned!!!!!

Waiting for the broadcast of the concert, you can listen to Takahiro Yoshikawa’s concert:

Takahiro Yoshikawa in concert
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Stravinsky – Ravel
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Liszt – Wagner
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Duo V. Zucchiatti – T. Yoshikawa in concert
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Takahiro Yoshikawa plays Chopin
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Limenmusic on IBS

From today you can buy our latest discographical works on IBS.it at www.ibs.it/etichetta/Limen/i+dischi+Limen

In particular:

Danilo Rossi graduated with full distinction in 1985 and then completed and perfected his studies
with Dino Asciolla, Piero Farulli and Yuri Bashmet. He was only 20 years old when Riccardo Muti choose him as first viola soloist of both the Theatre and Philharmonic Orchestras of La Scala in Milan (a position he currently still holds), so becoming the youngest ever first violist in the history of this world-famous and prestigious institution. Winner of ten national and international competitions, including those of Vittorio Veneto, Stresa and Moscow, he was awarded for two years the Honorary Diploma from the Chigiana Academy. Danilo Rossi is regularly invited to perform at major international Festivals, as a soloist with other great musicians (Azzolini, Brandis, Bashmet, Brunello, Canino, Carmignola, Chung, Dindo, Gallois, Gerart, Ghiglia, Lucchesini, Muti, Tortelier), and with eminent formations (Arditti Quartet, Nuovo Quartetto Italiano, Trio Italiano, Vanbrugh Quartet. For many years he was a member of the String Trio and the String Quartet of La Scala, groups with which he performed in the most prestigious international halls, in Europe (Lugano, Munich,
Frankfurt, Madrid, Bern) and overseas (Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, Montreal).
Since the beginning of the Nineties he has been performing for the major musical institutions, in duet with the pianist Stefano Bezziccheri, with which he proposes, in this new production for Limenmusic, the two Brahms’ Sonatas (op.120 n°1 and 2), that the German composer had originally written for clarinet and piano, and later transcribed for viola. This work is proposed in a dual format: CD and DVD.


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Limenmusic is an offspring of Associazione Culturale Limen, founded in 1991, the brainchild of twenty yoears of musical research.
In this new production (CD+DVD), Limenmusic compares two of the greatest interpreters of the piano in Italy. Dado Moroni, one of the jazz  pianist most loved and renowned both in Italy and abroad; and Alfonso Alberti: pianist and musicologis knowed for his commitment ti the promotion of the twentieth century’s music, with a repertoire that ranges from historical avant-garde to the younger composers.
Accompanied by Aldo Zunino at the bass, Dado Moroni proposes five original tracks, that bear his signature, and that highlights his technical and  interpretative skills.
Alfonso Alberti offers us, in the intimate of th epiano solo, his interpretation of two works by two italian composersof the last century: Niccolò Castiglioni’s Cangianti and Quadermo musicale di Annalibera, a composition that the composer Luigi Dallapiccola dedicated to his daughter for her eighth birthday.
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We remember you that on IBS.it you can also buy the Takahiro Yoshikawa‘s CD:

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This CD dedicated to Fryderyc Chopin’s work, is a precise guided crossing of compositive poetics, of the various nuances and different phsyclogical and stylistic landscapes proposed by the Polish musicians.
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