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Sachiyo Nomura (Piano)
Sachiyo Nomura started playing piano at the age of 5. While studying at the Music Department of Kobe College, she was awarded a Hanna-Gulick Scholarship. After her graduation from the college, she moved to Germany to study in Hamburg, and later entered Saatliche Musikhochschule in Müchen. During her graduate study at the school, she won a medal at the Maria Canals International Music Competition in Barcelona.
In 1992, she finished the graduate school with honors. She soon began giving recitals nationally and internationally, including her frequent appearances on NHK-FM Radio.
In 1995, she was awarded the Grand Prix Orfeo for her performance at the 100th Jubilee Anniversary of Wilhelm Kempff International Piano Competition with the Positano Orchestra of Italy. This award triggered her recital at Herkulessaal in Munic in March, 1996, followed by her appearance on the Bavaria Radio. In April of the same year, Sachiyo Nomura was invited to perform at the Music Festival in Arco, Italy.
In 1996, Sachiyo Nomura received the Osaka Cultural Encouragement Award and Kobe-Nada Lions Club Music Award.
In March 1997, she performed at subscription concert of Heilbronner Sinfonie Orchester. She also recorded Liszt's "Annés de pèerinane, deuxièe ann Italie " on CD
In August 1998, she gave a recital invited by the Klavierfestival Ruhr in Germany, which is famous for inviting the very top class pianists from all over the world.
In 1999, she performed with the principal players of the Vienna Philharmonic in the Wiener Musicfest in OSAKA at the Izumi Hall, Osaka. In the following year, she appeared in a concert presented by the Kobe Shimbun Matsukata Hall with the Mozart Orchestra, which consisted of the members of the NHK Symphony Orchestra.
Sachiyo Nomura moves her base back to Germany in 2005 and started an active career performing extensively in the county. In 2006, she was invited by the Baleatic Symphony Orchestra in Spain to give an acclaimed performance.
She has performed with major Japanese orchestras including the Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra, the Japan Philharmonic Orchestra, the Kyoto Symphony Orchestra, the Osaka Century Symphony Orchestra, and the Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra. Her interests in chamber music have led her to collaboration with the Takacs Quartet as well as many other renowned musicians.
Sachiyo Nomura studied under Yasuko Yamada, Motonari Iguchi, Fujiko Yamada, Conrad Hansen and Gerhard Oppitz. She lives in Berlin, Germany.
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