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 Takahiro AKIBA

 Born in Yokohama, Japan (March 6, 1984), started his formal music study at the age of 9, with Misao Minemura. In 2003-07, Akiba studied piano at the faculty of music of the Tokyo University of the Arts (TUA) and graduated from the university with the top honors and 4 special prizes. In 2007-09, he continued his studies in the postgraduate course of TUA with Professor Kenji Watanabe and received master’s degree (M.M.). He has repeatedly participated in the master classes of Vladimir Tropp (‘2003-08) and Victor Merzhanov (‘2004-05).

 In 2009-2011, he improved his skilles at the Moscow P.I. Tchaikovsky Conservatory under prof. Mikhail Olenev and prof. Viktor Merzhanov. And also he had lessons with Hideyo Harada in Japan, Victor Bunin in Moscow and Anahit Nersesyan in Yerevan, Armenia.

 Takahiro Akiba was awarded 2nd prize in the 5th International Chopin Piano Competition in Asia (Tokyo) in 2004 and 1st prize in the 2nd Komitas International Music Competition (Germany) in 2013.

 He has held recitals and performed with orchestras in Japan, Russia and Estonia. And also, he has given concerts at several international music festivals, including “Tokyo Opera-Nomori Festival 2008” (Artistic director: Seiji Ozawa) and “S.E. Feinberg Music Festival 2010” in Moscow. Through his numerous activities, he has been gaining a reputation for his inspired balance between energy and lyricism, especially in the works of Sergei Rachmaninoff, Arno Babadzhanyan and Samuil Feinberg. His repertoire also includes works by Estonian and Armenian composers.
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