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Sachiko Kawamura


Sachiko Kawamura

Sachiko began studying piano at the age of four and went on to complete the music course at "the Kitakamakura Girls High School" under the instruction of Ms. Hibiya Yukiko. Later Sachiko graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music under the tutorship of Professor Michiko Ohno.
She then started giving public performances and became influenced by the lectures of renowned pianist the late Goldberg-Yamane Miyoko. In 2004, Sachiko moved to Russia where she graduated from the Tchaikovsky Moscow State Conservatory under Professor Elena Richter. Sachiko gave a number of successful concerts in Russia and relished participating in the rich musical culture.
Aware since childhood of the creative impact on the music world of international specialists and professors, Sachiko has had the privilege of attending masterclasses across Europe, most notably with the late Alexis Weissenberg in Switzerland and Adolfo Barabino in England.
Sachikofs work has earned her a number of accolades in Japan, France, and Russia including winning the highest prize and the Bach-Busoni Award at the International festival-competition gMusica Classicah in Russia in 2010, and achieving it again the following year.
Her concert career has seen many highly regarded performances in Japan, Russia, England, and Italy. In 2017, she was invited to be on the jury for the International Classical Piano Competition in Singapore and also perform at the concert.
Sachiko embarked on a recording career in 2013 with her debut album "Kawamura Plays Goldberg" with music by Bach, Bach-Busoni and Liszt, under the Claudio record label in the UK.
In 2018, her second album "Kawamura Plays Chopin Etudes" features Chopin Etudes Op. 10 & 25 (all 24 pieces), and Rachmaninoff.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE Sachiko Kawamura sachiko-piano.com