2018-01-03

[Akiko Tanaka_Vn]


_ TEACHING DATES
   July 27 ~ August 5, 2018
_ TEACHING LANGUAGES
   English, German, Japanese



Since her debut at the Queen Elisabeth Hall in London, Akiko Tanaka has performed as Soloist in more than 30 countries.

Recital, Chamber music with Top artist (Maxim Vengerov, Vadim Repin, Hélène Grimaud, Pascal Rogé, Ramon Ortega Quero and a lot of musicians) , Concerto with Orchestra (North German Radio Symphony Orchestra (Hamburg, NDR), Hamburg Symphony Orchestra, Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Europe Stuttgart, Tapiola Sinfonietta (Finland), Capella Istropolotana (Slovakia), Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Hiroshima Symphony Orchestra, Nippon Century Orchestra.

Competitions
Vichy International Violin Competition in France, 1st Prize.
Jean Sibelius Violin Competition in Helsinki, 3rd Prize.
Wieniawski International Violin Competition in Poland, 3rd Prize.
Special prizes for the best interpretation of works Wieniawski and Szymanowski.
ARD Music Competition in Munich, 3rd Prize.
・Win a prize, Internationaler Joseph Joachim Violin Competition in Hanover and
Japan Music Competition.

Recordings of varied repertoires were made through radios and on compact discs.
Recent release include the Concertante by Antonio Rosetti with the Hamburger
Symphoniker, and new album titled "Reve d'Enfant".

Akiko Tanaka's reputation of artistry and virtuosity has also drawn contemporary composers interests. 
New compositions are written in dedication to her, for instance " Der Tod ist eine schöne Frau" by Wilfried Hiller.

Born in Osaka,.
Akiko Tanaka took up violin playing at the age of four under the tuition of Prof. Suzuki.
She studied with Akiko Tatsumi, Yfrah Neaman, Wanda Wilkomirska, and Herman Krebbers in Tokyo, London, Mannheim and Amsterdam.

Faculty member of Toho Gakuen School of Music in Tokyo, Japan.

InstrumentCarlo Giuseppe Testore 1703 Milan