Federated States of Micronesia and the Pacific Islands 18 countries and territories
Let's know the national anthem
Cabinet Secretariat Host Town Action
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A host town is a Cabinet Office that registers local governments for human, cultural and economic mutual exchanges with participating countries and regions in preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games.
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For the purpose, we are working all over the country.
If the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games are held, we plan a national anthem performance by professional musicians during the exchange between the Federated States of Micronesia athletes and the townspeople who were planning to visit the three islands in Shimamae. It was The tournament has been postponed, but this HP will be released in order to increase the chances of knowing the national anthem through the national anthem performance by professional musicians and to increase the momentum for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Ama Town Nishinoshima Town Tomio Village (Shimane Prefecture)
Chikage Town (Fukuoka Prefecture) Yaese Town (Okinawa Prefecture)
Hitachi Omiya City (Ibaraki Prefecture) Tomioka City (Gunma Prefecture)
Host Town Partner Country
The Oki Islands in the north of Shimane Prefecture (Ama Town, Nishinoshima Town, Tomio Village): Federated States of Micronesia
Tomioka City, Gunma Prefecture: Federated States of Micronesia
Tsukigami Town, Fukuoka Prefecture: 15 countries and regions in Oceania
Okinawa Prefecture Yaese Town: Solomon Islands
Hitachiomiya City, Ibaraki Prefecture: Republic of Palau
Performance recorded national anthem
Federated States of Micronesia and the Pacific Islands 18 countries and regions (Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Marshall Islands, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Cook Islands, Solomon Islands, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Kiribati, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Nauru, Australia, New Zealand, National Anthem of French New Caledonia, French Polynesia
Source: The World Anthem Guide by Michael Jamison Bristow, Translated by Sadanori Betsumiya, Yushokan (2008)
* Niue, New Caledonia, Tahiti, Cook Islands
Shutaro Takami Transcription and Arrangement
* Federated States of Micronesia, Cook Islands, Papua New Guinea
Piano arrangement version by Jun Jun Matsuhashi
*Venue provided Aurora Hall
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Message from the performers
After graduating from Tokyo Metropolitan Art High School, graduated from the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts. Winner of the Sion Vallee International Violin Competition. Many appearances such as Saito Kinen Orchestra, Ako/Himeji International Music Festival pre-concert, and Onpu Festival (Toyooka). Concertmaster of the Osaka Philharmonic Orchestra.
Started violin at the age of three. Performed with the orchestra at the age of 10. At the age of 15, he received a scholarship from the Interloken Arts Academy in Michigan, USA and studied abroad. After studying at the Manhattan Conservatory of Music and New York University Graduate School, he studied at the Manes Conservatory under Aaron Lausand and earned a professional diploma. After that, he worked as a member of the Chicago Civic Orchestra and a founding member of the Orchestra Now launched in New York.
After graduating from the Kunitachi College of Music's piano course, he went to junior and senior high school attached to Kunitachi College of Music. Completed the Master's Program in Music Arts at the Graduate School of Arts, Nihon University. Received the Special Jury Prize at the 60th TIAA All Japan Classical Music Concert. 20th Century Music Audition, Jury Special Award. Valtidone International Music Competition (Italy) Young Talent Competition 3rd prize winner and diploma acquisition. Studied under Keiko Tachikawa, Akika Watanabe, Seiko Ezawa, Chiharu Hanaoka, Aki Kuroda, and Reiji Yang.
Currently enrolled in the doctoral program at Nihon University Graduate School.
After graduating from Toho Gakuen University School of Music after working at Toho Girls' High School Music Department, he graduated from Toho Gakuen University School of Music and Toho Orchestra Academy. Won the Japan Classic Music Competition Best Performance Award. Appeared at the La Folle Journey Music Festival. Solo recital held in Tokyo and Kanagawa.
Studied violin with Sachiko Oda, Shizuko Ishii, Paolo Franceschini, and Tango music with Pablo Siegrel.
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Graduated from Hiroshima Prefectural Kure Miyahara High School, Toho Gakuen University Music Department Piano Major. 25th China Youth Music Competition Excellence Award. The 12th Beten Music Competition National Competition Best 10 Award. 26th, 27th Japan Classical Music Competition National Competition prize. Participated in the Vienna Namsig Seminar. Studied under Alexander Rothler.
In various places, he performs solo activities, accompaniment of concerts and competitions, performances of chamber music, etc., and also teaches younger students as a piano teacher.
Studied with Nobuko Seno, Motoko Kojima, Kazumasa Matsumoto, Keiko Takeuchi, Hisako Motomura, and Ayako Imai.
Completed master's course at Tokyo University of the Arts. Frequently studied in Germany. Second place in the All Japan Student Music Competition Tokyo Competition. Winner of the Japan Performer Competition Grand Prix. Second prize at the Vienna State University of Music Seminar Competition. Performed his first solo recital at the Setagaya Art Museum. From 2019, "Create and convey attractive sounds" will be held a concert called "Piacharm Music Museum" sponsored by the motto "Atelier of Sound Piacarm". Website https://piacharm.com/
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Faculty of Music. Appeared in the university chamber music concert and graduation concert. Won the IMA Music Award at Ishikawa Music Academy 2008. Participated in Chapter 10 of Project Q. Selected for the 12th Tokyo Music Competition. He has performed with Malmo Symphony Orchestra, Ryukyu Symphony Orchestra and Gunma Symphony Orchestra. Studied the violin with Tetsuo Takamiyagi, Jun Yabi, Koichiro Harada and Michiko Kamiya. Studied with Tsuyoshi Tsutsumi, Kazuhide Isomura, Kikue Ikeda, and Quartet Excelsior at the 3rd stage of Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy. Quartet Soleil is a member of the Tokyo City Philharmonic Orchestra.
Nihon University College of Art Music Department Piano Course Graduated. Completed the same graduate school. Performed at the Yomiuri rookie concert. Completed the Hungarian List Music Academy. 8th Padova International Music Competition 4th place (Italy). Studied the piano with S. Drensky at the Mozarteum College of Music Summer Academy, and performed at a selected concert at Wienerzar. He has studied the piano with Akira Jinno, Keiko Shimizu, Kaori Kusakabe, Ai Kanno, B. Retti, J. Yandeau and G. Nador. Currently, he is performing as an accompaniment pianist and ensemble pianist mainly for chamber music, string instruments and wind instruments.
Started violin at age 3
Toho Women's High School Music Department, Toho Gakuen University graduate, graduate school graduate. Selected for the 6th, 13th and 15th Japan Classic Music Competitions.
Studied chamber music in the Toyama Chamber Music Course with the Tokyo Quartet. Participated in the Salzburg Mozarteum Conservatory Summer Academy. Takes the Keshet Eilon Violin Master Course in Israel. 2010 Toho Gakuen Orchestra Academy trainee. Currently, he is also involved in solo activities, chamber music performance activities, and promotion of cultural projects, while also teaching backward development. He has studied under Yuka Eguchi and Kenji Kobayashi.
After graduating from Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Music, he completed a master's course at the same school. Joined "Sado Yu and the Super Kids Orchestra" as the first year student. The 11th KOBE International Student Music Competition String Instrument Category Excellence Award. 2007 Performed with Kyoto City Symphony Orchestra at Biwako Symphony Hall. The 20th Japan classical music contest stringed instrument section national convention second place. Winner of the 6th Yokohama International Music Competition. 4th Concorso Musica Arte Gold Award. Study abroad in France in 2013. In 2014, studied at the Paris Regional Conservatory. Received the 2015 Excellence Award for Newcomer Vivance Auditor.
Born in Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture in 1990. After graduating from the Tokyo University of the Arts Music High School and Tokyo University of the Arts, he graduated with a master's degree. 1st Chopin International Piano Competition in ASIA National Convention Excellence Award. 1st prize at the 5th Japanese Performer Competition. 2nd place at the 21st Les Splendel Music Competition. The 9th Rosenstock International Piano Competition Jury Award. The 3rd place at the 36th Finale Ligure International Piano Competition. Upon graduating from graduate school, he received the University of the Arts Clavier Award, which is given to outstanding students.
Graduated from Toho Gakuen University Faculty of Music. All Japan student music contest selection, Burghart international music competition prize. Participated in Saito Kinen Festival Matsumoto, Argerich Music Festival, Rainbow 21 Suntory Hall debut concert, etc. Studied the violin with Yamato Sakuma, Yoshie Iida, and Shizuko Ishii. Studied chamber music with Tokyo Quartet. Currently he has appeared in many orchestras in Japan and is active in various fields such as solo, chamber music, studio recording, live support.
Graduated from Viola major in the Department of Music, Kunitachi College of Music. And completed the chamber music course. Third place at the 4th Yokohama International Music Competition. Received the 33rd Kirishima International Music Festival Award. Participated in PMF, Seiji Ozawa Music Academy Opera Project, Lucern Festival Academy, MMCJ. Participated in an outreach seminar sponsored by NPO Triton Arts Network. The first student of Suntory Hall Chamber Music Academy. Completed a training course at Toho Gakuen Orchestra Academy. Studied viola with Kazunori Kawasaki, Masazumi Tatemura and Manabu Suzuki. He studied chamber music under the guidance of Mr. N. Tokunaga and Mr. Keiko Urushihara.
Born July 31, 1991. Born in Ashoro-cho, Hokkaido. Started playing cello at the age of four. At the age of 15, he went to Tokyo to study at Toho Gakuen. Studied the cello with Mr. Yoshiro Uehara and Mr. Hakuro Mori. Has a broad perspective and is developing music activities. He also teaches private lessons and as a special lecturer at the Nagano Music School for the next generation. Former NHK Symphony Orchestra cellist. PaulowniaCelloQuartet.
Born in Hokkaido. Winning prizes in various domestic competitions. Participated in PMF (Pacific Music Festival) in 2017 and 2018. In 2018, he was selected as the principal player in the performance. Recommended by PMF, PEACEBOAT boarded a cruise around Japan and performed in Vladivostok and Hokkaido. Covered in many media such as Russian media. Completed a master's degree at Toho Gakuen University after working at Aichi Prefectural University of Arts. Currently a member of Sony Music "STAND UP! He has studied violin with Ikegami Ei, Shiraishi Reiko, Tokunaga Fumio, and Fujiwara Hamao.
After graduating from the Tokyo Metropolitan Arts High School Piano Department, graduated from Senzoku Gakuen College of Music piano course. Studied under Michiko Satake, Masako Honda, Yukie Sekine, Yasuko Sugimoto and Mitsuyo Yamamoto. 22nd and 23rd Piano Audition Encouragement Award sponsored by the Japan Piano Education Federation. Performed at the Tokyo Bunka Kaikan small hall at the 11th Newcomer Concert of the Japan Piano Tuning Society. Currently teaching at the piano class "Sonale no Kai". Part-time lecturer at Yokohama Children's College. 1 million classical live accredited musicians. Scheduled blog concert https://ameblo.jp/9314yamajisyouhei/