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Calendar

14.06.2017

Kiryu, Gunma, Japan

Beethoven MO-DE 2017

Beethoven: Quintet for Piano and Winds Op. 16

Dai Fujikura: GO (Quintet for Piano and Winds) (commissioned by Yu Kosuge)

Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds K. 452

Philippe Tondre (Oboe)
Makoto Yoshida (Clarinet)
Teunis Van Der Zwart (Horn)
Rie Koyama (Bassoon)


15.06.2017

Tokorozawa Civic Cultural Centre Marquee Hall

Beethoven MO-DE 2017

 

Beethoven: Quintet for Piano and Winds Op. 16

 

Dai Fujikura: GO (Quintet for Piano and Winds) (commissioned by Yu Kosuge)

 

Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds K. 452

 

Philippe Tondre (Oboe)
Makoto Yoshida (Clarinet)
Teunis Van Der Zwart (Horn)
Rie Koyama (Bassoon)


16.06.2017

Chofu International Music Festival, Tokyo, Japan

Beethoven MO-DE 2017

Beethoven: Quintet for Piano and Winds Op. 16

Dai Fujikura: GO (Quintet for Piano and Winds) (commissioned by Yu Kosuge)

Mozart: Quintet for Piano and Winds K. 452

Philippe Tondre (Oboe)
Makoto Yoshida (Clarinet)
Teunis Van Der Zwart (Horn)
Rie Koyama (Bassoon)


News

21.03.2017 Yu Kosuge wins the 2016 Suntory Music Award

The Suntory Foundation for Arts has announced Yu Kosuge as recipient of the 48th Suntory Music Award for 2016, Japan’s most prestigious music award. The award is presented to individuals or organizations who have made an...[more]


08.02.2017 Recital Debut in Australia

Yu Kosuge makes her recital debut in Australia in Sydney, Canberra and Melbourne. Feb. 21: Verbrugghen Hall, Sydney Feb. 24: Llewellyn Hall, Canberra Feb. 27: Collins Baptist Church, Melbourne program: J.S. Bach: Aria...[more]


20.11.2013 Yu Kosuge makes her London debut at Wigmore Hall on 5 December

Yu’s London debut could not be better earmarked than her upcoming lunchtime recital at the Wigmore Hall on 5 December. Her recital will also feature the UK premiere of Nishimura’s Kalavinka, preceded by Beethoven’s Piano Sonata...[more]