Michuru SOEDA

JAPAN, 1993.

PERSONAL DETAILS

Date of Birth: 21/Dec/1993
Nationality: Japanese
Address: Hofstallstraße 4a Zi.Nr.45 97070 Würzburg
Mobile: 017624067414
E-mail: johannlover1221@gmail.com

EDUCATION
10/2016 – Current Hochschule für Musik Würzburg, Würzburg
Master of Music in Performance, Violin
Expected graduation: Sep. 2018
04/2012 – 03/2016 Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo
Bachelor of Music, Violin
04/2009 – 03/2012 Music High School attached to the Faculty of Music, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo
Violin

Music career
12/1998 Started playing violin at the age of five.
03/2010 Took part in the 6th Courchevel International Music Academy in Kasama, Japan.
04/2010 First recital at the Meguro Persimmon Hall, Tokyo.
12/2010 Finalist of the 64th Student Music Competition of Japan.
07/2011 Was chosen as one of string quartets for the Concert for Young Stars at the Hokutopia Hall, Tokyo.
12/2011 Won 5th prize in the 21th Japan Classical Music Competition.
10/2012 Finalist of the 13th Osaka International Music Competition.
11/2012 Won 3rd prize and Yamaha prize in the 3rd Yamate-no-oka Competition 2012.
12/2012 Took part in the 11th International Music Festival and violin seminar of Zakhar Bron in Miyazaki, Japan.
03/2014 Took part in the 24th Risonare Chamber Music Seminar.
05/2014 Was recommended for the 3th IAA Concert at the Sumida Triphony Hall, Tokyo.
04/2015 Played Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto at the 31st regular concert of the FACE Philharmonie Orchestra at the Meguro Persimmon Hall.

10/2015, 2016 Was chosen as an orchestra player and took part in the International Music Festival Kitakyusyu.
11/2015 Finalist of the 1st Zigeunerweisen Competition, Nagoya, Japan.
02/2016 Second solo recital at the Yoyogi MUSICASA, Tokyo.
03/2016 Took part as a concertmistress in the Colleges of Music Orchestra Festival, Tokyo.
04/2016 Entered master course of Tokyo University of the Arts, and is on a leave from school now.
07/2016 Took part in the 34th International Summer Academy Biel and played a Mozart’s violin concerto as a selected soloist with the Budweis Philharmonie Orchestra.

Teachers
She has received many lessons from an early age under famous violinists; Ivry Gitlis (2003-2011), Jean=Jaques Kantorow, Ewald Danel, Rainer Küchl, Olivier Charlier, Svetlin Roussev, Zakhar Bron, Leipzig String Quartet, Federico Agostini, Mark Gothoni, Richard Deakin, Dong-Suk Kang, Mari Tampere-Bezrodny, Leon Spierer, Gyula Stuller and Mieczysław Szlezer.
Until now she studied violin under Goro Masuda, Kaoru Horiuchi, Masayuki Kino, Masumi Yamashita, Takako Yamasaki, Sonoko Numata, Peter Komlós, Pierre Amoyal, Kazuki Sawa and Nobu Wakabayashi, viola under Kazunori Kawasaki, chamber music under Kazuki Sawa, Nobuko Yamazaki, Katsuya Matsubara, Hajime Otomo.
Now she studies violin under Herwig Zack and chamber music under Denise Benda at the Hochschule für Musik Würzburg.

Scholarship
In 2016 she won a scholarship 2016-2017 of DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service).

Prvi izlučni krug
J. S. Bach: Adagio i fuga iz 1. sonate za violinu solo u g-molu, BWV 1001
N. Paganini: Dva capriccia iz op. 1 za violinu solo: 2, 23
F. Krežma: Scherzino za violinu solo (arr. by G. Končar)

Drugi izlučni krug
W. A. Mozart: Prvi stavak koncerta za violinu i orkestar u D – duru, KV 218
J. Brahms: Sonata za violinu i glasovir, op. 100 br. 2 u A-duru
H. Wieniawski: Polonaise brillante br. 1 op. 4 u D-duru

Finale
P. I. Čajkovski: Koncert za violinu i orkestar, op. 35 u D – duru