Keigo Mukawa
Japan, °1993
 
Keigo Mukawa was born in Aichi in Japan and trained under Frank Braley, Haruko Ueda, Théodore Paraskivesco, Susumu Aoyagi, and Yukio Yokoyama. After studying at the Tokyo University of the Arts, he won the First Prize at the Japan Music Competition in 2012. He went on to study at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris. Keigo Mukawa is also a laureate of the Épinal and Ile-de-France international competitions and won the First Prize at the Coop Music Awards in Cremona in Italy in 2016 and the Second Prize at the Long Thibaud Crespin Competition in 2019. In 2017, he was selected to take part in the Chanel Pygmalion Days in Tokyo, at which he played Maurice Ravel’s complete works for piano in a series of six recitals. He has performed with, among others, major orchestras in Tokyo and the Orchestre National de Lorraine and has performed in recital in France, Switzerland, Latvia, China, and Japan.

Teachers

2014 - : Haruko Ueda
2014 - : Frank Braley
2012 - 2014 : Susumu Aoyagi
2007 - 2014 : Yukio Yokoyama

Degrees

2014 - : Licence / Master, Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse de Paris
2012 - 2014 : No, Tokyo University of the Arts

Concerts

2019 : Osaka, Nagoya, Gifu, Japan, NEXUS Corporation, A tour of 2 piano recitals with Kyohei Sorita Pf.
2019 : Hossegor, France, Mélomanes Côte Sud, Duo recital with Yu Kurokawa Vn.
2018 : Pergolesi Theatre in JESI, Italy, Residart Festival, Some chember music concerts
2018 : Great Guild Hall in Riga, Latvia, Latvian National Symphony Orchestra, A series of recitals with the complete sonatas for violin and piano of Beethoven, with Georg Sarkisjan violinist
2017 : CHANEL NEXUS HALL Tokyo, CHANEL Pygmalion Days, A series of recitals with the complete works for piano solo by Ravel
2016 : Tokyo, Japan, Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra/Kentaro Kawase/Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1
2016 : Nagoya, Japan, Central Aichi Symphony Orchestra/Leos Svarovsky/Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.2

Competitions

2019 : 2nd Prize, Concours International Long-Thibaud-Créspin
2018 : 5th Prize, The 10th Hamamatsu International Piano Competition
2016 : 2nd Prize, the 18th Ile de France International Piano Competition
2016 : 1st Prize, Coop Music Award
2015 : 2nd Prize, 25th Concours International de Piano d’Épinal
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