Naoko Matsui - Violinist


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Hamburg Altona-Altstadt
Hamburg (22)
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Naoko Matsui, Violin

The soloist violinist at Collégiale Notre-Dame and Saint-Domitianus of Huy / Hoei Belgium on 01 June 2008 and the Immaculate Church of Crotone on 28 December 2014. Winner of the 1st Absolute Prize and the Golden Medal at XIII Paola City International Young Musicians Competition S. Francesco of Paola Prize (2015), the 1st Prize at X Greci City International Music Competition (2015), Golden Prize "In occasion of XXI Andrea Postacchini International Violin Competition" (2014), the 1st Prize at XVI Vincenzo Scaramuzza International Competition (2013), the 1st Prize at XV EUTERPE International Music Competition 2013, the 1st Absolute Prize with Golden Medal at VIII Luigi Denza International Young Musicians Competition (2013) and the Golden Medal of VII Luigi Denza International Young Musicians Competition (2012) at the Quisisana Palace of Castellammare di Stabia, the 1st Prize of XIX International Music Competition "Vittoria Caffa Righetti" at San Francesco Church of Cortemilia (2011), and two Honor Prizes at the T.I.M. (2012 in Paris France Final Series / 2008 Namur Belgium Series), etc.

Began the first violin lesson at the age of four years old and gave the first solo concert at the same year. Became soloist for the first time with orchestra at eleven years old for Doppelkonzert by Johann Sebastian Bach. One of the last pupils of Ex.-President Toho Gakuen School of Music (University) Toshiya Eto and his spouse and Ex.-Guest Professor Angela Eto until beginning more studying and concert career in EU (mainly in Belgium). During those studying gave the world premiere performance of “Mudai (Without Title)” for violin solo by Gou Hashimoto during Italo-Japanese International Contemporary Music Seminar by Italian composer Giaccomo Manzoni and performed as soloist violinist at Ex.-Casals Hall, Suntory Hall, Tokyo Opera City Recital Hall, Ex. Tokyu Bunka Kaikan Hall, Bario Hall, Move Machiya Concert Hall, Nippori Sunny Hall, Ebisu Beer Memorial Hall, etc. in Tokyo.

Since 2002 Naoko Matsui persued more studying and concert career in Belgium. During BA studying program with distinction at Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Bruxelles (CRMB) in the Violin Class by Adam Korniszewski, Naoko Matsui became soloist violinist for a symphonic work by Belgian Composer and Conductor Robert Janssens with the Orchestra of CRMB at the grand concert hall of CRMB in Spring 2004. Naoko Matsui debuted also in France in April 2003 for solo performance of works by Eugène Ysaÿe at Presbytery / Présbytere of Saint-Cast-le-Guildo. Naoko Matsui collaborated with Belgian composer Henri Pousseur, Hao-Fu Zhang and Jean-Marie Simonis during Belgian Contemporary Music Seminar “Chambre d’Écho” at Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels (2005 and 2003) in French Section and Chapel Boondael / Boendael of Brussels (2003) as violinist for trio and duo. Simultaneously Naoko Matsui appeared on Radio Clara TV Commercial as 1st violin tutti member role of Ex. Thêàtre Saint-Michel Orchestra conducted by Rogier Bausier in Brugge / Bruges (2003, on-air during 2004 to 2005) and a campaign film project for Belgian STIB / MIVB with Gentes and Communal Actors School in Ixelles / Elsene as "Maestro on the Streets" role for performing extracts of Sonata No. 1 for violin solo by Paul Hindemith in Brussels (realized in Spring 2004). Naoko Matsui also performed Chaconne by Tomaso Antonio Vitali with Organ accompaniment at Saint-Catherine Church of Brussels on 07 May 2005. There Naoko Matsui never lacked chamber music ; as Marketing Project in CRMB, Naoko Matsui and cellist Adrien Tsilogiannis realised their duo "Micromégas" to be become the winner of V Festival Tremplins Jeunesses Musicales, one of the most recommended Belgian National Chamber Music Competition at the same time of their concert performances at Fête de la Musique at MIM Brussels, Maison des Musiques of Hoeilaart, ULB / VUB New Season Ceremony and Royal Academy of Belgium.

In 2007, Naoko Matsui graduated from “Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie” of Namur / Namen (IMEP, Belgium) in MA at Primus in the Violin Class of Prince Alexandre Igor Leterme-Tkatchouk of Belgium with “grand distinction” for the final result and twice of “the greatest distinction” for the violin as principal instrument. Shortly afterward became concert soloist for the First Violin Concerto by Niccolò Paganini with “Orchestre Symphonique de Namur (OSN, Belgium)” conducted by Michel Déom on the OSN Gala Concert 2007 at IMEP Church-Concert Hall of Namur / Namen on 24 November 2007, Christmas Concert at “La Plante” Church of Namur / Namen on 23 December 2007, Saint-Christophe Church of Hannut on 19 April 2008, Saint-Martin Church of Leuze on 25 April 2008, and espeially Collégiale Notre-Dame and Saint-Domitianus of Huy / Hoei on 01 June 2008, for Their Majesties the 6th King Albert Second of Belgium, 6th Queen Paola of Belgium, the then 5th Queen Fabiola of Belgium, the spouse of the late 5th King Baudouin of Belgium, the then Prince and present 7th King Philippe of Belgium, the then Princess and present 7th Queen Mathilde of Belgium, Princess Astrid of Belgium, Prince Lorenz of Belgium, Prince Laurent of Belgium, Princess Claire of Belgium, Princess Elisabeth of Belgium, Prince Gabriel of Belgium, Prince Amedeo of Belgium, Princess Maria Laura of Belgium, Prince Joachim of Belgium, Princess Luisa Maria of Belgium, Princess Laetitia Maria of Belgium, Princess Louise of Belgium, Prince Alexander Igor Leterme-Tkatchouk of Belgium, the then Belgian Prime Minister Yves Leterme, the President of Flemish Regional Government Kris Peeters, and the then Mayor of Hoei / Huy Anne-Marie Rizin.

During concert career mainly in Belgium and Italy, Naoko Matsui obtained also the Soloist Diploma after the performance of Violin Concerto by Richard Strauss (2010) and the Concert Artist Diploma (Diplôme de Concertiste ; 2009) at “Institut de Musique Eugène Ysaÿe (Music Institute ; IMEY)” with each result unanimo-maximum. And successfully completed Postgraduate Music Program in Violin by “Erasmus Hogeschool of Brussel“ of EU at Koninklijk Muziek Conservatorium van Brussel (Flemish Royal Music Conservatory of Brussels, 2011, Belgium) in the violin classe of Prince Marek Zygmunt Simon Leterme=Rosenberg-Kowalski of Belgium at the same time of performances on Caleidscoop Concert Series and performed First Violin Concerto by Niccolò Paganini, Violin Concertos by Jean Sibelius and Max Bruch, Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso by Camille Saint=Saëns, Zigeunerweisen by Pablo De Sarasate and at Grand Concert Hall of Koninklijk Muziek Conservatorium van Brussel, and Violin Concerto by Niccolò Paganini and Tzigane by Maurice Ravel at the Auditorium of Kleinzavel for the annual concerts by Suzuki Bruxelles Open Solo. On 12 April 2013 debuted in Slovenia in the framework of Svirél Upol International Music Festival's solo concert, there performed "Giga / Gigue" from Partita No. 2 by Johann Sebastian Bach at Saint-Maria Church of Stanjel Slovenia for His Majesty the 6th King Albert Second of Belgium.

Since 2012 Naoko Matsui began living in Germany, there obatained the German National Artistic Qualification in Violin issued by Johannes Brahms National Music Conservatory in Hamburg in May 2014 and immediately afterall enrolled to the “Concert Exams” Program for more Soloist career in Germany. Also in Germany debuted as soloist in Germany for "Winter Concerto" from „The Four Seasons“ by Antonio Vivaldi and “Adagio” from Doppel Concerto for Violin, Piano and Orchestra by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdi with pianist Matthias Nilsson and the Orchestra for Abschlusskonzert Festival Cortinas 2013 conducted by Pedro Cortinas on 16 October 2013 at the Chappel of Tannenhöhe Villingen. There also performed "Summer Concerto" from “The Four Seasons” by Antonio Vivaldi on 29 August 2014 with the Orchestra for Abschlusskonzert Festival Cortinas 2014 conducted by Pedro Cortinas.

In 2014 Naoko Matsui debuted as the soloist violinist in Austria for Concerto No. 3 “Strassburg” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart with Savaria Symphonieorchester at Festsaal of Casino Baden on 26 July, in the framework of the Wiener Musikseminar 2014 ; International Masterclass for Conductors and Soloist with Orchestra of Martin Sieghart in University for Music and Performing Art Vienna (mdw; Universität für Musik und darstellende Künst Wien) and debuted as a soloist also in Italy with Orfeo Stillo Orchestra conducted by Fernando Romano for Chaconne by Tomaso Antonio Vitali, Cantabile by Niccolò Paganini for Violin and Orchestra Version of Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Doppel Concerto by Johann Sebastian Bach with Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Romance by Ludwig Van Beethoven at Immaculate Church of Crotone on 28 December 2014, after winning at XVI Vincenzo Scaramuzza International Competition 2013.

During 2014 Naoko Matsui also became Rostered Artist at Price Rubin & Partner as soloist violinist with orchestra for Sponsored Concert Program (and the contract with Price Rubin & Partners had been extended in end 2006 for next years). In 2015 performed also solo part of "Suite in Old Style (Suite im Alten Stil)" by Alfred Schnittke with Johannes Brahms National Music Conservatorium Orchestra for twice concerts at their Concert Hall in Hamburg on 27 February 2015 conducted by Krzysztof Skladanowski and the Redeemer Church (Erlöserkirche) of Hamburg on 28 February 2015 conducted by Leon Gurvitch, professor of the orchestra conducting at Johannes Brahms National Conservatory in Hamburg. At the same time of concert performances "The Naoko Matsui Interview" mit Moonpeel CEO and Co-Founder Gaëtan Lerminiaux, "Naoko Matsui Radio" program by Jango Radio and "Moonpeel Teaser" with Brahim Rachiki had been on-air since end of 2015.

This year 2016 began with Naoko Matsui's New Year Solo Violin Concert "Le Petit Concert du Sablon de Nouvel An" at Jacob Norden Fine Antique of Sablon in Brussels Belgium on 10 January 2016 and debuted in Berlin as soloist for the First Violin Concerto by Niccolò Paganini on 23 January 2016 on the reccommendation of the President of Internationale Beethoven Gesellschaft Professor Tomasz Tomaszewski and also performed on concert series of Euro Music Festival & Academy at Händel Karree Concert Hall of Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg in Hallesaale / Händelstadt Germany. Naoko Matsui debuted as soloist with orchestra in Hungary for Violin Concerto by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky with Danube Symphony Orchestra conducted by András Deák on 01 & 04 July 2016 at Danube Palace / Duna Palota of Budapest, Switzerland for Violin Concerto No. 2 "La Campanella" by Niccolò Paganini with Budweis Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by David Švec on 10 July 2016 at Conservatory of Bienne / Biel "ROTONDE", and Spain for Autumn Concerto by Antonio Vivaldi with Orquestra de Cámera Galega with Director-Concertino Rogelio Groba Otero on 13 August 2016 at Ciudade da Cultura de Galicia of Santiago de Compostela.

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Acoustique, Classique, Contemporain, Autre, Expérimental, Opéra

Charts

02 decembre 2016

Rank #1 Artiste dans N1M Classical Genre Charts pour Hambourg et Berlin

30 novembre 2016

#2 (enrégistrement du Caprice no. 17 de Niccolò Paganini interprété par Naoko Matsui) dans Top 100 N1M Charts "Classical in Germany"

28 novembre 2016

Rank #1 Artiste dans REVERBNATION Local Ranking Charts

24 novembre 2016

Rank #1 Artiste dans N1M Classical Charts pour Hambourg et Berlin

22 novembre 2016

#1 Artiste dans REVERBNATION Local Ranking Charts

09 novembre 2016

#2 (pour l'enrégistrement du Concerto no. 3 de Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart premier mouvement) dans N1M Top 100 Charts "Classical in Germany"


etc.

Prix gagnés

03 avril 2016

Prix Bronze (Bronze Award) au VIII SVIRÉL mednarodno glasbeno tekmovanje in festival za soliste ter komorne skupine / VIII SVIRÉL International Music Competition and Festival for Soloists and Chamber Groups (VIII Concours International de Musique et Féstival SVIRÉL pour Solistes et Musique de Chambre). (Dobrovo v Brdih Slovenie)

04 decembre 2015

Médaille gagnée à Concorso Internazionale di Esecuzione e Composizione Musicale Don Vincenzo Vitti / Concours International de Préstation et de Composition Musicale Don Vincenzo Vitti. (Castellana Grotte BA Italie)

08 novembre 2015

Premier Prix Absolu (Vote 98 / 100) et Médaille d'Or au XIII Concours International Jeunes Musiciens Ville de Paola Prix S. Francesco de Paola. (Paola CS Italie)

29 mars 2015

Premier Prix au X Concours International de Musique Trophie Ville de Greci. (Greci Avvelino Italie)

08 decembre 2014

Trophée au XXIII Concours International pour Jeunes Musiciens Gianluca Campochiaro. (Pedara CT Italie)

novembre 2014

Troisième Prix au XXII Concours International de Musique Prix Vittoria Caffa Righette à l'Église San-Francesco de Cortemilia (Cortemilia CN Italie)

28 mai 2014

Prix d'Or "dans l'occasion du XXI Concours International Violonistique Andrea Postacchini" par la Ville de Porto San Giorgio. (Porto San Giorgio / Fermo FM Italie)

03 septembre 2013

Premier Prix au XVI Concours International Vincenzo Scaramuzza 2013. (Crotone KR Italie)

02 juin 2013

Premier Prix avec Trophée au XV Concours International de Musique "EUTERPE". (Corato BA Italie)

18 mai 2013

Premier Prix Absolu (Vote 100 / 100) et Médaille d'Or au VIII Concours International des Jeunes Musiciens Luigi Denza au Palais de Quisisana de Castellammare di Stabia. (Castellammare di Stabia NA Italie)

14 avril 2013

Prix Bronze (Bronasto Priznanje / Bronze Award) au Svirél Mednarodno tekmovanje in festival glasbenikov solistov ter komornih skupin / Svirél International Competition and Festival for Soloists and Chamber Music Groups (Concours International et Festival Svirél pour solistes et grouppes de la musique de chambre). (San Daniele del Carso / Štanjel Slovenie)

01 juillet 2012

Prix d'Honneur au XV T.I.M. - Tournoi International de Musica éd. 2012 à la série finale à Paris. (Paris France)

17 mai 2012

Médaille d'Or au VII Concours International des Jeunes Musiciens Luigi Denza au Palais de Quisisana de Castellammare de Stabia. (Castellammare di Stabia NA Italie)

12 novembre 2011

Premier Prix au XIX Concours International de Musique "Prix Vittoria Caffa Righetti" à l'Église San-Francesco de Cortemilia. (Cortemilia CN Italie)

23 mai 2008

Second Prix au I Concours International de Musique et d'Art Dramatique Leopold Bellan. (Paris France)

20 février 2008

Prix d'Honneur au XIII T.I.M. - Tournoi International de Musique éd. 2007 - 2008 ainsi la Première Place à la série de tournoi à Namur, après l'interprétation de "Fantaisie sur des motives de l'Opéra Faust de Gounod" d'Henryk Wieniawski avec Georges Deppe (piano accompagnement) à la Salle d'Église de Concert de l'IMEP. (Namur / Namen Belgique)

23 avril 2005

Lauréat au V Festival Tremplins Jeunesses Musicales (Concours National Belge de Musique de Chambre) ainsi Duo Micromégas avec Adrien Tsilogiannis. (Rixensart Belgique)

21 juillet 2002

Gagnanat au VIII Concours (Natioanl Japonais) de Musique Kumagusu. (Tanabé Wakayama Japon)

22 juillet 2001

Second Prix (sans Premier) au VII Concours (National Japonais) de Musique Kumagusu. (Tanabé Wakayama Japon)


etc.

Prochains concerts

25 novembre 2016 :

Selezione Giovani Musicisti (Rome Italie)

22 octobre 2016 :

Concert Violino Virtuoso (Hambourg HH Allemagne)

13 août 2016

Atardecer no Gaiás Concert / Concerto d'Autumne avec Orquestra de Cámera Galega (Santiago de Compostela Espagne)

27 juillet 2016

Euro Music Festival & Academy Concert Series (Hallesaale / Händelstadt SA Allemagne)

25 juillet 2016

Euro Music Festival & Academy Concert Series (Hallesaale / Händelstadt SA Allemagne)

24 juillet 2016

Euro Music Festival & Academy Concert Series (Hallesaale / Händelstadt SA Allemagne)

10 juillet 2016

Paganini "La Campanella" avec l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Budweis (Biel / Bienne Swisse)

04 juillet 2016

Concerto de Tchaikovsky avec l'Orchestre Symphonique de Danube (Budapest Hongrie)

01 juillet 2016

Concerto de Tchaikovsky avec l'Orchestre Symphonique de Danube (Budapest Hongrie)

19 juin 2016

Deutsche Oper Berlin Vorspiel (Berlin BE Allemagne)

19 mai 2016

Concert au 33 Testaccio (Rome Italie)

27 avril 2016

Theaterhaus Berlin Vorspiel (Berlin BE Allemagne)

17 avril 2016

Steinway Récital du violon (Boca Raton FL Les Etats-Unis

26 février 2016

Concert Violino Virtuoso (Hambourg HH Allemagne)

19 janvier 2016

Concert Blackmore's Berlins Musikzimmer (Berlin BE Allemagne)

10 janvier 2016

Le Petit Concert du Violon de Nouvel An ~Solo Concert du Violon~ (Bruxelles VB Belgique)


etc.

Parcours / Etudes

Formations ;

2012 - 2016

Johannes Brahms Konservatorium (Hambourg HH Allemagne) ;

2014 - 2016

Konzertreife du violon

2012 - 2014

Künstlerische Reife Schwerpunkt Violine avec mention "sehr gut"

2009 - 2011

Erasmus Hogeschool Brussel / Koninklijk Muziek Conservatorium van Brussel (Bruxelles VB Belgique) ; Postgraduaat Muziek (PG) du violon

2005 - 2007

Institut Supérieur de Musique et de Pédagogie (Namur / Namen NA Belgique) ; MA du violon ainsi Primus à la classe du violon avec grande distinction

2002 - 2005

Conservatoire Royal de Musique de Bruxelles (Bruxelles VB Belgique) ; BA du violon avec distinction

1998 - 2002

Toho Gakuen Université de Musique (Tokyo Japon) ; College Diploma Course du violon


Formation Professionelle ;

2007 - 2010

Eugène Ysaÿe Institute of Music (Bruxelles VB Belgique)

Remarque ; cet institut est une "Chapelle" ; école artistique privée belge au but de donner formations professionelles de musiques pour de solistes (niveau après MA) avec un programme intensif et originel au même temps d'apparences à dont série de concerts. Dont double scolarité avec les autres établissements supérieurs artistiques belges est donc légale.

31 mars 2010

Obtenu le Diplôme de Soliste du violon avec le résultat final maximo-unanimité.

02 novembre 2009

Obtenu le Diplôme de Concertiste du violon avec le résultat maximo-unanimité.

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Currently Naoko Matsui has violin repertories of 45 violin concertos, 19 virtuoso works for violin and orchestra, 28 virtuoso and small works with piano accompaniment, 18 Violin Sonatas with piano accompaniment, 11 unaccompanied violin sonatas, 4 string duos (with cello or harp), 3 Trios, 2 Quartets, 2 Quintets, 1 Sextet, etc. However, Naoko Matsui is also capable to learn and play new and the newest violin repertories at the same time of professional perfections and concert performances of current major violin programs, even with combination of the most difficult works by Niccolò Paganini, Henryk Wieniawski, Henri Vieuxtemps, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdi, Johannes Brahms, Piotr Ilich Tchaikovsky, Pablo De Sarasate, Camille Saint=Saëns, Jean Sibelius, Eugène Ysaÿe, Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, Richard Strauss, Alexander Glazounov, etc.

Since October 2014 Naoko Matsui became Rostered Artist at Price Rubin & Partners (PRP) as soloist violinist with orchestra for Sponsored Concert Program and this agreement with PRP had been renewed in end of September 2016 for next years.


Genres of Violin Performances :

As Soloist Violinist ; Naoko Matsui has concert performance experiences as soloist violinist with symphonic orchestra, chamber orchestra, string orchestra etc. in Germany, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Austria and Japan.

Naoko Matsui also gives solo concerts and violin recitals with or without piano accompaniments and those solo performances and the performing skill are suitable for important solo concerts' appearances, world premiere projects, cooperative projects with present composers and other musicians in diverse genre, baroque performance in original methods with real baroque instruments (few but also sure experience), live, studio & TV performance recordings (sure experiences with diverse studios in Belgium, Germany, Austria, Italy, etc.), music video making, radio streaming of own concert recordings, film appearance also as violinist's role, etc.

As chamber player (when required) ; Naoko Matsui is also good at duo (with piano, viola, cello, harp, etc.), string trio, piano trio, string quartet (capable for the both 1st and 2nd violin), piano quartet (capable for the both 1st and 2nd violin), other form of quartet, string quintet, piano quintet (capabe for the both 1st and 2nd violin), cooperative units for example, quintet with singer, sextet, etc.

As Guest Concertmaster ; mainly for Mass works (still very few but sure experiences)

Original music works and their performing ; actually, Naoko Matsui also learns music composition (writing own music works with current skill of violin performing and various music theories) and makes original violin works, cadenzas for major violin concerto repertories and transcriptions of celebrated music for own violin performances (for examples) ;

- Naoko Matsui : Cadenza-Capriccio "Paganiniana" after original Cadenza for Violin Concerto No. 5 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Cadenza : Crotone Italy, July 2015 ; Premiere : Rome Italy, 19 May 2016)

- Naoko Matsui : Canzone after original Cadenza for Violin Concerto No. 2 "La Campanella" by Niccolò Paganini (Cadenza : Varallo-Sesia Italy, May 2015 ; Premiere : Rome Italy, 19 May 2016)

Influences

Toshiya & Angela Eto, Adam Korniszewski, Alexander Igor Leterme-Tkatchouk, Daniel Rubenstein, Marek Zygmunt Simon Leterme=Rosenberg-Kowalski, Tigran Mikaelyan, Pedro Cortinas, Giuseppe Arnaboldi, Sabina Fadine, Martin Sieghart, Alexandre Brussilovsky, Tomasz Tomaszewski, Yair Kless, Rainer Küchl, Léonid Sorokow, Markus Wolf, etc.

Matériel

Violon, Archet(s), Partitions, etc.
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