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General Director by VALERY GERGIEV

Opera"The Queen of Spades"
in 3 Acts/7 Scenes
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

15:00 November 30(Sat.) at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
15:00 December 1(Sun.) at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

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Herman : Mikhail Vekua,Tenor(11/30)
Herman : Vladimir Galouzine,Tenor(12/1)
Liza : Irina Churilova,Soprano
Count Tomsky : Vladislav Sulimsky,Baritone
Prince Yeletsky : Roman Burdenko,Baritone
Countess : Anna Kiknadze,Mezzosoprano
Polina : Yulia Matochkina,Mezzosoprano

in 3 Acts/6 Scenes(Concert Style)
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

18:00 December 2(Mon.) at Suntory Hall

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Mazeppa : Vladislav Sulimsky,Baritone
Kochubey : Stanislav Trofimov,Bass
Lyubov : Anna Kiknadze,Mezzosoprano
Maria : Maria Bayankina,Soprano
Andrei : Yevgeny Akimov,Tenor

General Director: Valery Gergiev &
The Mariinsky Orchestra

The Complete Symphonies and
Piano Concertos
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky

19:00(Thu.) December 5 at Suntory Hall

Symphony No.1 in G minor, Op.13 “Winter Daydreams”
Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op.33 Alexander Buzlov, Cello
Symphony No.6 in B minor, Op.74 “Pathetique”

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19:00(Tue.) December 6 at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

Symphony No.2 in C minor, Op.17“Little Russian”
Violin Concerto in D major, Op.35 Ryu Goto, Violin
Symphony No.4 in F minor, Op.36

13:00 (Sat.) December 7 at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

Symphony No.3 in D major, Op.29“Polish”
Piano Concerto No.3 in E flat major, Op.75 Sergei Redkin, Piano
Piano Concerto No.1 in B flat minor, Op.23 Nobuyuki Tsujii, Piano

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18:00 December 7 (Sat.) at Tokyo Bunka Kaikan

Piano Concerto No.2 in G major, Op.44 Mao Fujita, Piano
Symphony No.5 in E minor, Op.64

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Conductor:Valery Gergiev,
Artistic & General Director of the Mariinsky Theatre
The Mariinsky Orchestra

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General Artistic Director Of Mariinsky Theatre

Artistic & General Director of the Mariinsky Theatre

Valery Gergiev

Artistic and General Director of the Mariinsky Theatre, Chief Conductor of the Munich Philharmonic, Co-chair of the Organizing Committee for the International Tchaikovsky Competition, Artistic Director of the Pacific Music Festival.
Valery Gergiev has founded and serves as Artistic or Music Director of a number of festivals including Stars of the White Nights, the Rotterdam Gergiev Festival (Netherlands), and the Moscow Easter Festival.
At the Mariinsky Theatre he has developed the talent of numerous world-class singers and sent them out into the music world. Under his direction, the theatre’s opera and ballet repertoire has expanded significantly, and today it encompasses a broad range of works, from 18th to 20th century classical masterpieces to works by contemporary composers. Valery Gergiev served as Principal Conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra from 2007 to 2015, and in recent years he has performed with the Metropolitan Opera and orchestras such as the Wiener Philharmoniker, Berlin Philharmoniker, New York Philharmonic, Rotterdam Philharmonic, and the Orchestra of La Scala.

The Mariinsky Orchestra

The Mariinsky Orchestra

Founded in the 18th century during the reign of Peter the Great, the Mariinsky Orchestra has since been performing continuously at its base in the world-famous Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg. Many internationally renowned musicians have conducted the orchestra, among them Hans von Bulow, Artur Nikisch, Willem Mengelberg, Otto Klemperer, Bruno Walter, and Erich Kleiber, as well as Berlioz, Wagner, Mahler, and Schoenberg.

  • Alexander Buzlov


    Alexander Buzlov

    Born in Moscow in 1983, Alexander Buzlov studied with Natalia Gutman at the Moscow Conservatory and with Frans Helmerson at the Hochschule fur Musik in Cologne. He also took master classes with the great Mstislav Rostropovich, Daniil Shafran, and Bernard Greenhouse. In addition to performing, he is currently teaching the next generation of musicians at the Moscow Conservatory. Buzlov’s outstanding achievements in distinguished international competitions include receiving the Grand Prix in the cello and chamber ensemble categories at the New Names Foundation Competition held in Moscow; 2nd Prize at the ARD International Cello Competition in Munich; 2nd Prize in the International Music Competition in Geneva, cello division; Grand Prix and Audience Prize in the Emanuel Feuermann Cello Competition; and Silver Medal, MICEX Prize for most outstanding interpretation of a work by Tchaikovsky, and Vishnevskaya-Rostropovich Foundation Prize at the International Tchaikovsky Competition.

  • Ryu Goto


    Ryu Goto

    Ryu Goto made his stage debut at the age of seven, when he performed Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1 at the Pacific Music Festival. From a young age he has been the subject of numerous media features, including the documentary “Ryu Goto’s Odyssey.” He has also received attention as an image ambassador for the East Japan Railway Company and as a host of the TV program “Untitled Concert.” Today, in addition to his performances with many of the world’s leading orchestras and artists as well as recitals, Ryu Goto is engaged in international exchange, education and social welfare programs in Japan and other countries. He is also a karate practitioner and an entrepreneur. Goto records exclusively for Deutsche Grammophon in collaboration with Universal Japan. He plays the Stradivarius 1722 “Jupiter” violin, on loan from Nippon Music Foundation. Ryu Goto graduated from Harvard University with a BA in Physics. He holds a 3rd degree black belt from the Japan Karate Association and is fluent in Japanese, English, French, and Chinese. He was born and resides in New York.
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  • Sergei Redkin


    Sergei Redkin

    Sergei Redkin was born in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, on October 27th, 1991. He began to play the piano at the age of five. At the age of six he began to study at the Music Lyceum of Krasnoyarsk, in the class of Galina Boguslavskaya. At the same time he began to study improvisation and composition with Eduard Markaich. In year 2004, after becoming a laureat of the International Gavrilin competition of young composers in Saint Petersburg, Sergei continued his education at the Special Music School of the Saint Petersburg Conservatory, in the class of Olga Kurnavina. At that time Sergei won his first several prizes at competitions for young pianists, such as Rachmaninoff competition (Saint Petersburg, 2005, First prize) and Chopin competition (Estonia, 2006, Grand prix). Sergei also played his first solo recitals in Russia and abroad, getting engagements from Germany, Switzerland, Poland. Simultaneously Sergei studied composition under prof. Alexander Mnatsakanyan, one of the last students of great Shostakovich. Among the young composer's works you can find a string quartet, a trio for winds, chamber music, a lot of music for piano. Suite for cello and piano won the First prize at the young composers' competition in Saint Petersburg in 2007. In 2008 Sergei was honored to receive the Maestro Temirkanov Award as one of the best students of Saint Petersburg Special Music School. In year 2009 Sergei successfully passed his entrance exams and became a student of prof. Alexander Sandler at the Saint Petersburg state Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory. He also continued his composition studies under prof. Mnatsakanyan. During the year 2011 with the support of St Petersburg House of Music Sergei Redkin trained at the famous International Lake Como Piano Academy in Italy, studying under such musicians as William Grant Nabore, Dmitry Bashkirov, Peter Frankl, Fou Ts'ong among others. In year 2012 Sergei became the winner of III International Maj Lind competition in Helsinki, in 2013 - the winner of VI International Prokofiev competition in Saint Petersburg. In 2015 Sergei Redkin won the Third prize and the Bronze medal at the XV International Tchaikovsky competition in Moscow. Currently Sergei is continuing his studies under prof. Sandler in Saint Petersburg Conservatory. In 2016 he's playing his first concerts in New York, Mexico and Paris (all with Maestro Valery Gergiev and Mariinsky Theatre Orchestra), touring with solo recitals throughout the world, from Portugal and Israel to Vladivostok and Yakutsk, taking part at prestigious classical music festivals, playing a lot of chamber music and composing in the meantime.

  • Nobuyuki Tsujii


    Nobuyuki Tsujii

    Since he won first prize at the 13th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in Fort Worth, Texas in June 2009, becoming the first-ever Japanese to win the competition, Nobuyuki Tsujii has carried out a successful performance career on international stages. He has received high acclaim for his recitals and for concerts with leading orchestras at Carnegie Hall in New York City in 2011, 2014 and 2018, at Britain’s largest music festival, the “Proms,” in 2013, at the Musikverein in Vienna in 2015, and at other major concert halls in cities such as Berlin and Sydney. Nobuyuki Tsujii has continuously released CDs on Avex Classics, and has twice received the Japan Gold Disc Award. As a composer as well, Tsujii has received a great deal of attention, and was awarded the 21st Japan Movie Critics Award for the theme of the movie In His Chart.

  • Mao Fujita


    Mao Fujita

    Born in Tokyo in 1998, Mao’s first international acclaim was at age 18, just two years ago when he won the 27th Concours International De Piano Clara Haskil in Switzerland, also winning three special awards the “Audience Award,” the “Prix Modern Times,” and the “Prix Coup de Coeur”. In June, 2019, Mao fascinated Moscow, winning the second prize at the 16th International Tchaikovsky Competition. He was welcomed by ovation at each round and was watched on internet from all around the globe. He appeared to perform the 3rd movement of Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with Valery Gergiev at the final Gala in St. Petersburg where a special recognition was made by Maestro Gergiev that Mao was ”the surprising new discovery” of the pianists. He made a worthy London debut, performing Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto with Maestro Gergiev and Mariinsky Orchestra in October 2019. He also performed the same work at his debut in Seoul and fascinated many. This season he is invited to perform in Germany, Moscow, Latvia and Switzerland among many others. His recent highlight performances include the Andre Jolivet Piano Concerto with Mo. Kazuyoshi Akiyama & Tokyo Symphony Orchestra in 2019, Rachmaninov Piano Concerto No. 3 with Mo.Kachun Wong & Yomiuri Nippon Symphony Orchestra in 2019, and Tchaikovsky Piano Concerto No.1 with Mo. Oleg Caetani & Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra in 2018. He was invited to perform at festivals such as Klavier-Festival Ruhr and Verbier Festival as Academy Musician and to perform at the “New Generatioin Series” at Louis Vuitton Foundation in 2018


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