Japanese artists to perform in Da Nang

Created 11 January 2019
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VietNamNet Bridge – Japanese violinist Nagao Haruka and pianist Chika Murata will perform one night of classical melodies at Hai Van Lounge in Da Nang with free entrance on Friday.
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Japanese violinist Nagao Haruka and pianist Chika Murata will perform in a one-night event of enchanting classical melodies at Hai Van Lounge on January 11.— VNS Photo Ngoc Thanh


The event’s organisers said the performance offers a chamber music entertainment experience for local residents, Japanese expats living in the city and tourists.

Murata has played as a chamber musician with many prestigious artists and groups, including Rainer Honeck, Takumi Kubota, Kiyoshi Okayama and Seiki Shinohe and has performed across the world.

She has won the Okuwa cultural prize, Wakayama City cultural prize, and Wakayama Prefecture cultural prize.

Violist Haruka won the first prize in Gianluca Campociaro International Music Competition, Italy in 2016 and third prize at the Dominique Peccatte International Competition, France.

She also co-starred in violin concertos with the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra, Japan Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra Philharmonique de Radio Feance, Omaha Symphony and the State Chamber Orchestra of Armenia.

The performance will start from 8.30pm at the lounge on Vo Nguyen Giap street along My Khe beach. 


Source: Source: VNS - Bridge

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