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Cultural Program - The Concert of the pianist Mahoko Nakano

Cultural Program - The Concert of the pianist Mahoko Nakano

mardi, 10 mai 2022 09:59

 

 

The cultural program of the Alfred Sommier

Edition 1 - May 2022

 

Richard De Warren owner of the Hôtel Alfred Sommier, and the GDM Agency  Relationship Marketing of Deguy de Montmagner Guillemette, present the concert of the pianist Mahoko Nakano

 

The concert will be held in the private rooms of the Alfred Sommier Hotel, on Monday May 16th at 8:15 pm.

 

  • Musical program dedicated to the Sisters of the Comte Komar Family :
    • Polonaise in B flat major KK IV A-1
    • Nocturne in B flat minor Op.9-1
    • Nocturne in E flat major, op. 9-2
    • Waltz in D flat major Op.64-1 “Little Dog”
    • Polonaise in F sharp minor Op.44
    • Concerto in F minor op.21 (solo) 

By Frederic Chopin

  • Followed by a Cocktail - Champagne in the private rooms of Monsieur de Warren's Hôtel Particulier

 

Price of 30€ per person - payment at the hotel

By reservation only

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Focus on the career of Mahoko Nakano

 

Born in Japan, Mahoko Nakano began playing the piano at the age of four.

At the age of ten, she played for six months in the weekly program "Piano lesson" of the NHK.

After her studies at the Toho Gakuen High School in Tokyo and having won the 1st prize in piano at the National Conservatory of Music in Vienna in Austria "mdw", Mahoko Nakano continued her studies at the École Normale Supérieure de Musique in Paris where she obtained the Higher Diploma in Concert Performing unanimously by the jury, then in Canada, at the Banff Center for the Arts.

Winner of international competitions; the Grand Prix Rovere d'Oro, IBLA Grand Prize, Albert Roussel (Sofia), Masterplayers International Music Competition, Guilde Française...Mahoko Nakano performs in France and around the world as a soloist and chamber musician, she has made numerous appearances in several festivals in Asia, Europe and Canada, currently teaches at "Ferris University" in Japan.

She became, in autumn 2016, the first Japanese medalist of the "Universal League of Public Good", an agency associated with the United Nations.

His works include the book "A Romantic Ballad on Chopin in Paris", a translation of "The great virtuosos of the piano" by Wilhelm von Lenz, of "Notes on Chopin" by André Gide, as well as recordings "Live", "Le Temp Romantique", and "Au coeur du romanticisme slave" with the Elysée Quartet, published by King International.