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21. Japan 2001 In Cambridge And East
appearance on 3rd December at Churchill College, Cambridge by The London MozartPlayers, featuring the outstanding joji hattori as violinist and conductor.

22. Maazel-Vilar Conductors' Competition
Born in Tokyo, joji hattori was raised in Vienna and received his musical training in 1989, he has pursued a very successful career as a concert violinist.

23. Cora Venus Lunny
joji hattori, Eugene Sarbu, Rimma Sushanskaya, Arkady Futer, A. Arenkov, and VladimirSpivakov. Competitions Cora Venus has won all of the major violin and
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    Cora Venus Lunny
    Dublin, Ireland
    Education and Teachers
    Cora Venus Lunny was born in Dublin in 1982, where she began to play the violin at the age of three. Three years later, after hearing Cora Venus play in the National Concert Hall, Lord Menuhin invited her to study at his school in Surrey. At that time Cora Venus preferred to stay at home in Ireland, turning down other invitations to study internationally. In the following years she was awarded numerous scholarships and distinctions. Her musical and violinistic education has consisted mainly of private studies with distinguished violinists around Europe, including Joji Hattori, Eugene Sarbu, Rimma Sushanskaya, Arkady Futer, A. Arenkov, and Vladimir Spivakov.
    Competitions Cora Venus has won all of the major violin and music competitions in Ireland, including the 1998 RTE Musician of the Future Competition, where she was the youngest ever finalist. She was a Laureate of the 2000 Sarasate Competition in Pamplona, Spain. Performance Miss Lunny has performed at all major Irish venues and music festivals, including - The National Concert Hall, Dublin; the RDS; Dublin Castle; the Two Cathedrals Festival, Derry; the Galway Arts Festival; the Boyle Arts Festival, Kilkenny Arts Week; the Guildhall, Derry; and the Point Theatre, Dublin

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    27. KoreaHerald
    Hall. violinist and conductor joji hattori will lead the ensemble whichgathers for a performance every year. Repertoire includes

    28. Oxford University Gazette, 6 December 2001: Advertisements
    The soloist is the brilliant Japanese violinist, joji hattori, associate fellowof St Antony s College Elgar, Introduction and Allegro , Takemitsu,
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    29. Burlington Violin Shop Articles
    A few years ago, joji hattori, winner of the 1989 Menuhin competition, was helpedto a buy a Guarneri from Mr. Machold to lease to the violinist Robert McDuffie

    Conducted by its Music Director Marios Papadopoulos, the Oxford PhilomusicaOrchestra will be joined by the brilliant Japanese violinist joji hattori,
    1 November 2001 For immediate release EAST MEETS WEST AS JAPAN JOINS THE OXFORD PHILOMUSICA FOR THEIR WINTER CONCERT SERIES 2001 The Oxford Philomusica¹s tribute to Japan 2001 comprises three concerts in which the works of leading Japanese composers will be performed by outstanding Japanese musicians and the Oxford Philomusica Orchestra. Held in Oxford¹s historic venues, this celebration and mingling of cultures demonstrates the juxtaposition between Japanese and Western music with 2 recitals and a major orchestral concert being held on consecutive days: 6, 7, 8 December 2001 The Japanese composer Toru Takemitsu is featured in all 3 concerts, his works showing influences from Debussy and Messiaen alongside his own characteristic musical language. Later contact with John Cage encouraged him to explore traditional Japanese music and make use of its instruments. Cage also had a profound influence over another featured composer, Toshi Ichiyanagi and to whom Ichyanagi dedicated one of the pieces for piano being performed in this Oxford Series. Both recitals will be held in the intimate atmosphere of the Holywell Music Room, the first of which will be given by the extraordinarily talented Japanese pianist

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    His first tour of Japan was with the violinist Takashi Shimizu in 1979. 1996 he gaveconcerts with Emma Johnson and in September 1999 toured with joji hattori.

    32. Entertainment News
    The London Mozart Players, featuring the outstanding joji hattori as violinist andconductor, will be making a welcome appearance at Churchill College.
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    33. Kennedy Center: Millennium Stage Broadcast Archive
    joji hattori, Japaneseborn conductor and violinist, plays violin works by Schubertand Kreisler with pianist Florian Uhlig.

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    35. Tomoko Kawada(Violin)
    from TriM that was titled La Violina del Teatro (The violinist of the she has givenjoint concerts with such musicians as Tatsuzo Akasaka, and joji hattori.
    Born in Tokyo. began studying the violin at the age of four. Entered the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music after completing studies at the high school associated with that university. In 1989, while studying at the university, Tomoko participated in the Aspen Music Festival on a scholarship. The same year, she received fifth prize at the 36th Paganini International Violin Concours. In 1990, invited to the Anchorage Music Festival as a member of the Tokyo Chamber Soloists. Awarded an honorary diploma from the Chigiana Music Academy in Siena, Italy following her participation in the school's chamber music summer course. In 1991, Tomoko graduated Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music at the top of her class. Took first prize at the 5th Spohr International Violin Concours. Appeared on the NHK FM radio "Saturday Recital" program. She toured Japan as soloist with the Barcelona City Orchestra, the St. Petersburg Symphony, and the Moscow Philharmonie, for all of which she received high praise. Also in April 1999, she was invited to participate in the subscription concert of the St. Petersburg Symphony, and enjoyed great success and praise. In 2001, she participated with great success in readings from Osamu Dazai's "Ningen Shikkaku" with Reo Morimoto, under the title of "Concert of Words," using unaccompanied violin works by Ysaye and Bach as accompaniment. In 2002, she celebrated the 10th anniversary of her debut, with concerts with of all the six solo sonatas of Ysaye in Sapporo and at Tokyo's Toppan Hall. She received particularly high praise for the intensity of her concentration and interpretation. In April 2003, she released a CD from Tri-M that was titled "La Violina del Teatro (The Violinist of the Opera House)" with Hideki Nagano on the piano. In September and October 2003, she was dispatched by the Japan Foundation to give recitals in Turkey and Egypt. And, in the same year, she was awarded the 33rd Exxon-Mobil Music Award (Western classical music promotion division). In February 2004, she appeared on the "Meikyoku Recital" NHK FM radio program, and the studio audience was fascinated by her wonder performance and untrammeled, natural style of presentation. Aside from her activities as guest soloist, she is also actively involved in chamber music as a member of the Tomo Quartet, the Kitara Hall Quartet, and the Japan Chamber Orchestra. And she has given joint concerts with such musicians as Tatsuzo Akasaka, and Joji Hattori. As Tomoko's sound conitnues to mature, she attracts increasing attention in a broad range of fields. To date, she has studied under Takeshi Kobayashi, Kazuki Sawa, Chikashi Tanaka, Koichiro Harada and Masafumi Hori.

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    What Makes A Great violinist? What makes a great violinist? It is a tributeto the impresario joji hattori s powers of persuasion that three of the
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    Post Mortem On Creativity - What're The Rules?
    What should become of an artist's unplubished work after they're dead? "One school of thought says if a composer, writer or painter does not wish certain works to be seen or heard they should destroy them; that, indeed, leaving them in existence is a tacit acceptance that they will see the light of day eventually." And yet, seeing (or listening to) this work often leads to insight on the "official ouevre. The Guardian (UK)
    Twin Talent Towers Manhattan Plaza is a subsidized apartment complex for artists in New York. "The complex's two towers consume the entire block bordered by Ninth and 10th avenues and 42nd and 43rd streets. Inside is the most talent-laden village in New York, its residents packed in as tightly as a pastrami on rye in a profoundly delicious deal subsidized by federal, state and city housing programs." Rent is based on a percentage of your income. Newsday

    37. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition: Hallam, Lewis@ HighBeam Research
    Dedicated to the violinist joji hattori, the work is actually called Two Fragmentsin Black and Yellow for Solo Violin and String

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    39. Classical Music - Andante - Two Young Conductors Win First Prizes At Maazel/vila
    by Maazel and included violinist KyungWha Chung; cellist Janos Starker; and joji hattori, 32, of Tokyo, received runner-up awards of $7500 each,

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