Yukiko Uno
Japan, °1995
The Japanese violinist Yukiko Uno started to play the violin at the age of four. She trained at the Tokyo University of the Arts under Natsumi Tamai, Kazuki Sawa, and Ryo Mikami and later at the Mozarteum in Salzburg under Pierre Amoyal. She is currently studying under Rainer Schmidt. She is a laureate of the Andrea Postacchini, Gifu, and Chengdu Guangya competitions. Yukiko Uno has performed as a soloist with the Chamber Orchestra of Nagoya, the Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, and the Mozarteum Orchestra. Recently, she was a guest at the St Gellert Festival as a soloist with the festival orchestra. In chamber music, Yukiko Uno has played in the Camerata de Lausanne, conducted by Pierre Amoyal. She has performed in public with, among others, Viktor Tretyakov, Vadim Repin, Rainer Kuchl, Pavel Gililov, Ferenc Rados, Vilmos Szabadi and Herwig Zack.


2018 - : Rainer Schmidt
2015 - 2018: Pierre Amoyal
2011 - 2014: Natsumi Tamai


2015 - current: Bachelor, Mozarteum University Salzburg


2018: Szegedi Dom, Szeged, Hungary, St.Gellert International Music Festival, St.Gellert Academy Orchestra, cond.Yoon Kuk Lee
2018: University Mozarteum Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria, University Mozarteum Salzburg, Symphony Orchestra of University Mozarteum Salzburg, cond. Johannes Kalitzke
2017: Shirakawa Hall, Nagoya, Japan, Chamber Orchestra of Nagoya, Chamber Orchestra of Nagoya, cond.Kazuki Wada
2017: Teatro dell'Aquila, Fermo, Italy, International Violin Competition Andrea Postacchini, Orchestra Filarmonica Marchigiana, cond.Michele Nitti


2017: 1st prize, International Violin Competition Andrea Postacchini Competition
2016: 1st prize, Special prize "Comittiee of Honor", International Violin Competition Andrea Postacchini Competition
2016: 1st prize, Chengdu Guangya Violin Competition
2014: 1st prize, Jury Special Prize, Gifu International Music Festival
2013: 1st Prize, Czech Music Competition
2013: 1st Prize, Gifu Mayor Prize, Gifu International Music Festival

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