Tomoki Sakata
Japan, °1993
 
PIANO 2021 : Candidate

Teachers

2014 - : Arie Vardi
2012 - 2014 : Kenji Watanabe, Hideto Nishikawa
2010 - 2019 : Paul Badura-Skoda

Degrees

2018 - : Soloklasse (Konzertexamen), Piano, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover
2016 - 2018 : Master of Music, Piano, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover
2014 - 2016 : Bachelor of Music, Piano, Hochschule für Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover
2012 - 2014 : Bachelor of Music, Piano, Tokyo University of the Arts (GEIDAI)
2011 - : Artist, International Piano Academy Lake Como

Concerts

2019 : Vörösmarty Theatre (Hungary), Filharmonia Hungary, Alba Regia Symphony Orchestra, cond. Janos Kovacs
2018 : Yokohama Minatomirai Grand Hall (Japan), Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Alexander Lazarev
2018 : Hunter College in New York (USA), International Keyboard Institute & Festival
2018 : Gewandhaus zu Leipzig (Germany)
2018 : Alte Oper Frankfurt (Germany), International Piano Forum, Staatskapelle Halle, cond. Howard Griffith
2017 : Pesti Vigado (Hungary), Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, cond. Somos Csaba
2016 : The Grand Hall of Liszt Academy (Hungary), Filharmonia Hungary, Hungarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, cond. Gergely Kesselyák
2016 : Hotel de ville de Bruxelles Salle Gothique (Belgium), Brussels Piano Festival
2014 : Ostrava City Cultural Center (Czech Republic), International Music Festival “Janáčkův máj”, Czech National Symphony Orchestra, cond. Vladimír Válek
2014 : Edward W. Powers Auditorium (USA), Youngstown Symphony Orchestra, cond. Randall Craig Fleisher

Competitions

2019 : 1st Prize and Audience Award, 17th Kissinger KlavierOlymp
2018 : Audience Award, International German Piano Award
2017 : Vendome Virtuoso Prize, Vendome Prize
2016 : 1st Prize and special prizes, 15th Franz Liszt International Piano Competition in Budapest
2013 : Finalist, 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition
2011 : Ivan Moravec Prize
2011 : Grand Prix, Audience Award and special prizes, 35th PTNA Piano Competition
Piano 2020 postponed to May 2021
How the competition unfolds
H.M. Queen Mathilde
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