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Kaori Furusawa

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Kaori Furusawa was born in Malaysia. She began her violin studies at the age of 4, learning the violin in China, Malaysia and Japan. Already as a teenager she won 2nd Prizes both at the Student Music Concours of Japan and the Japan Classical Music Association and performed as a soloist with the Izumigo Festival Orchestra at Kioi Hall in Tokyo. She was also invited to perform at “Vienna Music Seminar 45th Anniversary Concert”. Since 2016 she has been performing in her own recitals in Tokyo as well as elsewhere in Japan and in Europe. In 2020 she gave a recital at the Japanese Embassy in Berlin. After graduating from Toho High School of Music as a student of Prof. Takayoshi Wanami in 2017 she continues her studies with Prof. Mark Gothoni at University of the Arts Berlin. In 2019, she won the Audience Prize at the 7th Sendai International Music Competition and 3rd Prize at Ibolyka Gyarfas Violin Competition. She attended master classes with Regis Pasquier, Leonidas Kavakos, Edward Zienkowski, Werner Hink, Roland Daugareil, Gerard Poulet. She learned also baroque violin with Prof. Ryo Terakado and Kaori Toda.

 

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