Small private concert by a teacher who performs on the world stage

With a wide repertoire ranging from classical to romantic music, she has performed with many major Japanese and foreign orchestras, and is one of the most popular and talented pianists in Japan. In 2005, she performed in the “Marriage Festival Concert” organized by the English Chamber Orchestra (ECO) at Windsor Castle in the presence of Prince Charles and Princess Charles of England.

Recently,she performed to high acclaim at the Liszt Academy of Music in Budapest with the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by János Kovács in December 2022, and with the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra conducted by Ken Xie in April 2023.

Her books include “Piano Masterpieces and Masterpieces,” “Chopin Keyboard Mystery,” “Beethoven Keyboard Universe” (Nutmesha), and “Pianists are Interesting” (Shunju-sha).

This is a live performance with a mini lecture that even beginners can enjoy.

She says that “giving back to society what I can” is the spirit she developed as a child while volunteering to play the piano in her life in the United States. She also talked about how she has faced Western music with a Japanese mind since her childhood, and how the concept of “the other shore” in Schubert’s music differs between Japanese and Western music. The talk is also an appealing feature. The small salon concert will provide an opportunity to get to know her in a more intimate setting than usual. The capacity is limited, so please register as soon as possible.


date(s) (e.g. for exhibition)

Monday, April 22, 2024, 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.


Yamaha Hall

Concert Hall 6F, 7-9-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Phone: 03-3572-3139


Ikuyo Nakamichi


She won the first prize at the Japan Music Competition, the highest prize at the Geneva International Music Competition, the first prize at the Mendelssohn Competition, and the Queen Elisabeth International Music Competition. She has performed with many orchestras overseas, including the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Deutsche Kammerphil, the Hungarian National Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra. Her CDs include “Ikuyo Nakamichi Beethoven Collection – Complete Piano Sonatas and Concertos” and “Debussy no mita mono” (Debussy’s vision), both of which won the Record Academy Award. Ikuyo Nakamichi is currently developing “Ikuyo Nakamichi The Road to 2027 Recital Series” for the 200th anniversary of Beethoven’s death in 2027. She is also a representative director of the General Incorporated Association “Music is the Future of Hiraku”, a director of the Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities, a professor at Toho Gakuen School of Music, and a specially-appointed professor at the Osaka College of Music. He received the Commissioner for Cultural Affairs Award from the Agency for Cultural Affairs and the Grand Prize at the Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival in 2021. Official website: https: //

entrance fee

13,000 yen

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