Michiaki Ueno

Violoncello

Michiaki Ueno's gifted playing and charisma enchant the audience. In the interplay between sublime restraint and the ability to make music with full energy, Michiaki Ueno shifts the boundaries of the comprehensible. The listener is left in disbelief at what he hears; his artistic statement is grandiose and vivid, withstanding everything and creating new worlds. It is not surprising that Michiaki Ueno wins the Concours Genève 2021. And this success is no coincidence.
 
Michiaki Ueno, who was born in Paraguay in 1995, studied at the Tohu Gakuen School of Music in Japan with Hakuo Mohri and received a full scholarship for his soloist diploma. Michiaki Ueno went on to study at the Robert Schumann Hochschule with Prof. Pieter Wispelwey. He is currently artist-in-residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel Bruxelles, where he studies with Gary Hoffman and Jeroen Reuling.
 
He is supported by the Iwatani Tokiko Foundation, the Musicians Union of Japan, the Rohm Music Foundation and the Ezoe Memorial Foundation.

 

 

At the age of 13 he won the 
1st prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians in South Korea. This was followed by winning the Romanian International Music Competition in 2010 along with the Romanian Embassy Prize and the Romanian Radio Cultural Prize. In 2014 Michiaki Ueno received the 1st prize at the Jo
hannes Brahms International Competition, Aoyama Memorial Foundation 2017: Aoyama Prize and in 2018 he won the 2nd prize at the Witold Lutosławsky International Cello Competition, which was followed by the 1st prize at the Concours de Genève 2021.
 
He is invited to important festivals such as Takefu International Music Festival, Festival Pablo Casals and participated in International Musicians Seminar Prussia Cove and at Kronberg Academy.
 

 

As a soloist he has performed with the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, the New Japan Philharmonic, the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra, the Neue Philharmonie Westfalen and the Russian Symphony Orchestra. 

 

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Daniel Libeskind

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9. Mai, 9:50 Uhr

BENYAMIN NUSS improvisiert Auszüge aus Libeskinds Grafiken "Chamberworks" am Klavier -

im Dialog mit dem aus New York zugeschalteten DANIEL LIBESKIND.

Judith Stapf 

WDR 3

"Das Konzert"

©KH Krauskopf

Judith Stapf spielte an der Seite des WDR Sinfonieorchesters unter der Leitung von Chefdirigent Cristian Măcelaru "Romanze für Violine und Orchester f-Moll op. 11" von Antonín Dvořák. Aufgezeichnet wurde das Konzert in der Kölner Philharmonie am 14. März 2021.

Gewinner des Opus Klassik Newcomer Instrumental

2019

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