13th KEK Concert

FRI., September 30, 2005, starts at 6:00pm

At the Lecture Hall in KEK Kenkyu Honkan Bldg., Admission FREE

Evening Concert featuring Oboe, Bassoon & Piano

-- Fantastic Double-reed Sound --

Program[PDF    Poster[PDF

♪ Program ♪

Beethoven: Trio fur Klavier,Violine und Violoncello op.11 
Poulenc: Trio for Oboe, Bassoon and Piano

And solo works...

■ Profile ■

[Oboe]Miho Sanayama

Miho Sanayama started playing the oboe at the age of 15. She majored in oboe at Kyoto City Univ. of Arts and graduated it. She was taught by Kenmei Kiseki, Isamu Iwasaki, and Yoko Kojima. In 1987, she went to Germany and studied. Taught by Gunter Passin at R. Strauss Konservatorium and by Michael Helmrath at Munich Music Univ. She played at many concerts of church in Bavarian State, and got highly praised by Hof Zeitung in 1988. Played at Symphony Orchestra Greiz in Thueringen State. She moved to Muscut city in Sultanate of Oman in 1994 and returned to Japan in 1998. She lives in Kashiwa city.

[Bassoon] Osamu Fukui

Osamu Fukui started playing the bassoon at the age of 15. Graduated from Tokyo College of Music in 1986 and started teaching at the same college. In 1989, he joined The Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and was accepted for Japan Wind and Percussion Competition. He has played as the first bassooninst since1993.

[Piano] Chiharu Okuda

Chiharu Okuda started playing the piano at the age of four. Majored in piano at Kyoto City Univ. of Arts and graduated from that university. She was taught by Takahiro Sonoda, Kenichi Ara, Toshiko Kobayashi, and Makiko Takeda. In 1988, she appeared with Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1990, she had a solo recital in Osaka. Today she is active in various fields mainly in Tsukuba.

All concerts in the series are open to the public and admission free. We may however restrict the number of attendants due to the limited seating capacity of the hall. If you wish to reserve your seat in advance, please send an email or fax to Dr. Ohska of Research Service Office(email: tokio.ohska@kek.jp, Fax: 029-864-5195) to notify your name and address. We will not be contacted via phone.