Tatsuki Narita



As a dignified successor of the grand master,‘Paganini’, he played all of all the difficult techniques of the instrument and demonstrated all the capacities with an incredible virtuosity and an unparalleled sonority. His music gave such an exceptional impact on the audience that they did not allow the prodigy to come back to the wing of the stage.
<‘La Voix du Nord’ 1, April 2012>

In 2010, he won the Second prize of Concours international Marguerite-Long-Jacques- Thibaud and also received the Sacem Award. In 2012, he won the Second prize of Concours Reine Elisabeth en Belgique and the Eugène Ysaÿe prize.
He released his first CD later this year which includes recordings of Frank: Violin Sonata and Faure: Violin Sonata No.2.
Among others, he was also recognized as the winner of Idemitsu Music Award, Hotel Okura Award, Jomou Arts Award in recognition to his outstanding and promising career.
He has already performed with many orchestras in Japan such as Kansai Philharmonic conducted by Augustin Dumay, Kyoto Symphony conducted by Robert Trevino, Nagoya Philharmonic conducted by Ryusuke Numajiri, Tokyo City Philharmonic conducted by Rossen Milanov, Sapporo Symphony conducted by Takaaki Otaka, Japan Philharmonic conducted by Kazuki Yamada and Tokyo Philharmonic with Toshiaki Umeda, Tokyo Symphony with Norichika Iimori, and New Japan Philharmonic with Ken-ichiro Kobayashi among many others with much success. He has also recently toured in Japan, with the Prague Symphony Orchestra as soloist conducted by Pietari Inkinen.
He has taken lessons from Masako Sawada, Eiko Ichikawa, Hamao Fujiwara and Jean-Jacques Kantorow.

Tatsuki Narita plays the 1711 “Tartini” Stradivarius kindly loaned by Munetsugu Collection, and also the 1738 "ex-William Kroll" Guarneri del Gesu kindly loaned by an anonymous patron.

As of May, 2016

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