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21. Japan 2001 In Cambridge And East
appearance on 3rd December at Churchill College, Cambridge by The London MozartPlayers, featuring the outstanding joji hattori as violinist and conductor.

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About Japan 2001 in Cambridge


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London Mozart Players (3.12.2001)
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Japan 2001's Cambridge winter season burst into life with a welcome appearance on 3rd December at Churchill College, Cambridge by The London Mozart Players, featuring the outstanding Joji Hattori as violinist and conductor. The LMP, founded in 1949 by Harry Blech, is Britain's longest established chamber orchestra and its members include some of the country's most highly-regarded musicians.
A full house in the Dining Hall heard a beautifully-poised performance of Edward Elgar's Serenade for Strings, and Joji Hattori as soloist in Bach's Violin Concerto in A minor, as well as music from Japan. The orchestra performed Takemitsu's splendid Requiem for Strings, and the audience then heard the UK premiere of Ikuma Dan's Two Fragments in Black and Yellow , which was specially written for Joji Hattori. Dan, born in Tokyo in 1924, made early successes with symphonies, operas and film music, but was also known for his humour - his essays on music included "Pipe Smoke" ( Paipu no kemuri ) and "Songs of a Snail" (

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The same conductor and orchestra performed Glazunov s Violin Concerto in A minor Op.82 with Mr. joji hattori. This concerto requires the violinist to have
DSCH in Tokyo in 1997
Part 2 (July to December, 1997)
st July, 1997 (Saturday) at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Space in Tokyo Conductor : Alan Gilbert Orchestra : The Tokyo Sympony Concert Master : Takumi Komoriya
  • DSCH - Symphony No.10 in E minor, Op.93
(Alan Gilbert) Of the 15 symphonies DSCH composed, the No.10 Symphony is one of the most dramatic and large-scaled ones. DSCH had not written any symphonies for about 8 years since the No.9 in 1945. Probably he did not intentionally compose symphonies during that period because of Stalin and Stalinism in Russia but the main theme of the No.10 symphony is no doubt Stalin, who passed away in March, 1953, and it was completed on 27 th October, 1953. DSCH often showed his autographs "D.S.C.H." in this symphony. Mr. Alan Gilbert is well known and famous to Classical music lovers and regarded as one of promising young conductors. He conducted the symphony very energetically and the 3 rd and 4 th movements were excellent. I wish to listen to his DSCH's symphonies much more in the near future. He and The Tokyo Symphony performed A. Liadov's "The Enchanted Lade" OP.62 and S.Prokofiev's "Violin Concerto No.2 in G minor" Op.63 - Ms. Kyoko Takezawa - violin, too. Both were brilliant, Ms. Kyoko Takezawa in particular !

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24. Oxford University Gazette, 6 December 2001: Advertisements
The soloist is the brilliant Japanese violinist, joji hattori, associate fellow ofSt Antony s College Elgar, Introduction and Allegro , Takemitsu, Three Film
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25. Enjoyment
What makes a great violinist? It is a tribute to the impresario joji hattori spowers of persuasion that three of the world s top fiddlers should be

26. Independent Enjoyment
What makes a great violinist? It is a tribute to the impresario joji hattori spowers of persuasion that three of the world s top fiddlers should be

27. Highbury & Islington Express
of the age, with French jazz violinist Didier Lockwood and Hungarian gypsy of thejudges and the Genius of the Violin artistic director joji hattori, winner of
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Pianist on the fiddle
Competitors from all over the globe, from as young as 12 years old, descend upon England for one of the most important violin competitions in the world... and the man in charge is a pianist. By David Sonin. It might appear an unusual situation when a pianist is placed in charge of one of the most important international violin competitions, but then all becomes clear when he is Gordon Back, a musician whose whole career has been bound string and bow to the fiddle. he adds. This time round Gordon has been at the really sharp end with responsibility for the organisation of the competition after its 20 years based in Folkestone, on the South Coast. Gordon recalls. hopefuls. They represent the cream of the talent from acclaimed conservatories for violin studies around the world. The responsibility of judging will fall to a distinguished jury which includes violinists Maxim Vengerov, Miriam Fried, Erich Gruenberg, Dong-Suk Kang, Mayumi Seiler, the cellist Raphael Wallfisch and the pianist Paul Badura-Skoda. performance at all levels and in all styles.

28. The Hindu : Vienna In Spring
And so was the Vienna Chamber Orchestra conducted by joji hattori. Coordination waseffected superbly; the violinist conductor hattori led with strong bravura
Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Monday, April 02, 2001
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Vienna in Spring
THE MUSIC is familiar, easy and frothy but if it is also elegant, witty, sonorous, graceful and with the dark continuo of tragic sense, then it has to be Vienna. And so was the Vienna Chamber Orchestra conducted by Joji Hattori. Two feats difficult to achieve were performed with grace and distinction - the antiphon responses within the string groupings where ideas move back and forth and the lustrous full orchestral singing that begin and end the work. The encore disproved the adage that the best wine should not be served last. And proved another one, that only for the Viennese is the Blue Danube really blue. Hattori from Japan, with unbuttoned zest, introduced the Blue Danube Waltz with some fetching words and then unleashed glorious playing with precise ensemble and the lilt which is uniquely Viennese. Whereas in Mumbai the programme was repeated with dancers in ball gowns at a gala event, in Chennai we gave our own distinctive accolade when a famous Bharatanatyam dancer, spontaneously waltzed gracefully out of the hall, an embodiment of the grace and music of a Viennese evening. A. F. COUTO

29. The Hindu : Sightings
WHAT sort of music would a Japanese violinist conductor make rapturous after beingtreated to a scintillating performance by conductor joji hattori and his
Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Sunday, April 01, 2001
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* SHE sat there swaying, singing and becoming totally one with the creator. Abida Parveen, along with other musicians from Iran and Lucknow, came together to sing at the Jahan-e-Khusrau festival organised by poet, film-maker and designer, Muzzafar Ali in Delhi recently. Said Ali of his latest venture, "This is the city of the great Sufi poet Amir Khusrau and I feel his aura and vibrations all over. So I thought of this idea." Of course Parveen stole the thunder as she sang. Ali said he invited her for the festival because it would enable people to know of and understand Khusrau. And Parveen? Thrilled at being part of the festival, she was the picture of grace and humility pointing out that music knew no boundaries. "Where there is music there is God," said Praveen. * IT was an unusual duo that flagged off a march against racism. When Pandit Ravi Shankar and his daughter Anoushka Shankar, played the role of activists protesting against racism, it was in the hope of inspiring people to sit up and notice and take a stance against this. Pt. Ravi Shankar, who is a good will ambassador for the U.N., released Hindi translations of three U.N. documents on the topic of racism. Admitting that it was a symbolic gesture to involve school children in the race, a U.N. official said that the idea behind including Anoushka was to inspire the younger generation.

30. Gramophone - News - The World's Best Classical Music Magazine
finalists, Natalia LuisBassa, 35, of Caracas, Venezuela, and joji hattori, 32,of Maazel headed a jury that also included violinist Kyung-Wha Chung; cellist

31. Gramophone - News - The World's Best Classical Music Magazine
Carneiro, 25, of Portugal; Matthew Coorey, 28 of Australia; joji hattori, 32, of includesopranos Ana Maria Martinez and Christine Brewer, violinist Yura Lee

32. KoreaHerald
Hall. violinist and conductor joji hattori will lead the ensemblewhich gathers for a performance every year. Repertoire includes

33. Caramba! - Housle
The world violinists; violinist (angl.);; Vstupte. Bell Joshua;Elman Misha; Enescu George; Haendel Ida; hattori joji; Huberman Bronislaw;

34. Christian Garrick
this was completely unscripted, I sat with the revered violinist Maxim Vengerov Completerespect to Susanne Barthelmes, joji hattori, Philip Shepherd et al for

Gigs Biographical Gallery
There's no smoke without jazz
The first Genius of the Violin Festival was, for all intents and purposes, a sensational success. Its main goal - to celebrate every aspect of the violin's past, present and future - was met in stunning style. It was a thrill to be part of it and I'm really thankful for the chance to be involved in so many ways. Indeed, it was a privilege to be in a position to help broaden peoples' awareness of the violin beyond the classical sphere. I was involved in four concerts and I also contributed some words on jazz violin for the souvenir programme. There were two dates at the 606 Club, the Violin Summit with Mike Piggott, Stuart Hall, John Etheridge, Tom Cawley, Ole Rasmussen and Tom Hooper, and the group night with Orquestra Mahatma and my quartet sharing the evening. The two nights saw the famous little basement jazz club in Chelsea stuffed out, even turning people away! Radio 3 recorded the Summit gig for Jazz Line-up. It featured solo sets from the three violinists and a selection of triumphant ensemble pieces featuring everyone. I got so excited by the idea of us all mucking-in together I even wrote one tune just for the night, entitled 'There She Is'. Stuart brought a Hemeto Pascael tune, Mike suggested Dancy Dancy by John Handy and I wrote out arrangements of Undecided and a transcription of Bud Powell's version of 'Get Happy'. Great fun and I hope we can do it again. Complete respect to Susanne Barthelmes, Joji Hattori, Philip Shepherd et al for their incredible achievement. The next Genius Of the Violin Festival is scheduled for February 2006 and promises to include new aspects about the violin in art and in cinema. Can't wait.

Since 2000, violinist of the LAWSON PIANO TRIO, recent winners of the 2003 ) andAni Schnarch (1997 - 2003) Masterclasses with joji hattori, Itzhak Rashkovsky

36. GSMD :: Staff
His first tour of Japan was with the violinist Takashi Shimizu in 1979. 1996 he gaveconcerts with Emma Johnson and in September 1999 toured with joji hattori.

37. Howards Way With Beethoven Howard Shelley Thames Concert Society (from Wimbledon
The violinist joji hattori will double as conductor for a November 29 programmeof Bach’sA minor Violin Concerto, Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings
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Howard’s way with Beethoven - Howard Shelley, Thames Concert Society
Howard Shelly. Ten years ago Howard Shelley, pictured, one of Britain’s most admired pianists, launched the annual Thames Concerts Society season at Kingston Parish Church with a performance of Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1. Unknowingly, he was also launching a Howard Shelley institution. Every year since, the requisite Shelley performance has been a highlight of the season. He is on record as saying how much he enjoys returning to Kingston and the ambience of the parish church, and he will duly be at the keyboard for the opening concert of the 2003/04 season on October 4 to deliver Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 24 with the London Mozart Players (LMP). The LMP will give five of the seven concerts. As well as the Mozart concerto the first will include Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll and Beethoven’s Symphony No 4. The violinist Joji Hattori will double as conductor for a November 29 programme of Bach’s A minor Violin Concerto, Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings, Sibelius’ Valse Triste, a Mozart Divertimento and a contemporary work, Two Fragments in Black and Yellow, by the Japanese composer Ikumo Dan.

38. 2001 Program
Tsugio Tokunaga (violinist). Wednesday, 2 May, 700pm Concert 1 An Evening of ConcertosMozart, Violin Concerto No.1 in B flat major K.207 Violin joji hattori
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Director: Kenji Aoki (President, Miyazaki Prefectural Arts Center)
Producer: Tsugio Tokunaga (Violinist)
Wednesday, 2 May,
Concert [1] An Evening of Concertos
Mozart Violin Concerto No.1 in B flat major K.207
Violin: Joji Hattori
Clarinet Concerto in A major K.622
Clarinet: Karl Leister
Oboe Concerto in C major K.314
Oboe: Fumiaki Miyamoto
J.S. Bach Concerto for Oboe and Violin in D minor BWV 1060a
Oboe: Fumiaki Miyamoto; Violin: Pinchas Zukerman
Saturday, 5 May (Public Holiday),
Concert [2] An Afternoon of Mozart
Mozart Symphony No.35 in D major, 'Haffner', K.385 Piano Concerto No.23 in A major, K.488 Violin Concerto No.5 in A major, 'Turkish', K.219 œPre-Concert 1:45-2:30pm The Music Festival Introduces New Stars Recital by Arco String Quartet * This pre-concert is for ticket holders for Concert 2. Patrons may sit wherever they like. However, on the completion of the pre-concert, please go to your designated seat for the main concert. * String Quartet Arco is made up of participants who attended the chamber music course at the 3rd Miyazaki International Music Festival.

Reviews. Tokyo Ensemble, directed by the violinist joji hattori,gave its debut at the Kioi Hall on the 30th April. The ensemble
Tokyo Ensemble
, directed by the violinist Joji Hattori, gave its debut at the Kioi Hall on the 30th April. The ensemble has 18 string players, among them Choi Munsu, Tomoko Kawada, Sadao Harada, and Hiroshi Ikematsu, and are joined by wind players as necessary.
In the opening Dvorak's Waltz, warm and velvety sound from the string section, characteristic of this ensemble, as well as the naturally secure intonation were already evident. This was followed by the commissioned work Two Fragments for Solo Violin and Quartet: Black and Yellow by the late Ikuma Dan which combined the enjoyment of Dan's easily accessible musical language with the visual entertainment of black-and-yellow costume. The third work Dvorak's String Quintet No.2 seemed less polished, however it left a potential for further experiment in programming - they are planning to continue incorporating chamber works in an orchestral concert.
With the guest viola player Masao Kawasaki and Hattori himself as the soloists, the final work Sinfonia Concertante by Mozart was very enjoyable and full of lively spirit. Instead of trying to compete with each other's individual interpretations and techniques, the two soloists agreeably made their musical personalities come through and supported each other. This, together with very fine playing from the orchestra resulted in a pleasantly convincing performance. The concept of this newly established ensemble is to create an environment in which the performers and the audience are able to share the joy of ensemble playing: tonight's program successfully reflected this with its diversity of works included and the vitality evident throughout.

Founded by the violinist joji hattori last year, the Tokyo Ensemble was already sosuccessful in its first year that it has been invited by Tokyo s Opera City
The Tokyo Ensemble
is the only Japanese chamber orchestra of its compact size and consists of about 16 top young chamber musicians in Tokyo. Most performances of the Ensemble features both the chamber orchestra as well as the chamber music repertoire.
Founded by the violinist Joji Hattori last year, the Tokyo Ensemble was already so successful in its first year that it has been invited by Tokyo's Opera City Hall to perform within its prestigious orchestra concert series this year (September 2002).
The Tokyo Ensemble aims to display its expressive and communicative style through the versatility of the programme as well as through its appearance (with an elegant uniform in black and yellow, the Ensemble's image colours).
Last year, the famous Japanese composer, Ikuma Dan dedicated a new piece "2 Fragments in Black and Yellow" to the Ensemble for its inaugurative concert.
This year, the Tokyo Ensemble will perform "Sad Song" for solo violin and strings by the prominent Korean composer Joonil Kang.
The Tokyo Ensemble already has some plans to tour Europe within the next few years and perform in Portugal with the renowned pianist Maria Joao Pires.

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