CONCERT BY CANDLELIGHT | HARUKA MATSUMOTO
In the beautiful interior of the Fryderyk Concert Hall, lit only by candlelight, we will listen to Fryderyk Chopin's performed by extraordinary artists - outstanding musicians of our time.
In addition to Fryderyk Chopin's compositions, the concert program will also include works by other composers, those who inspired Fryderyk Chopin (including Jan Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven), composers from the circle of European romantic music (including Ferenc Liszt, Joseph Elsner, Stanisław Moniuszko), as well as later artists.
The concerts are two-part recitals lasting approximately 60 minutes, based on the idea of salon musical meetings popular in the 19th century.
During the concert break, we will offer you a glass of sparkling wine.
Please arrive 15 minutes before the concert.
Haruka Matsumoto- pianist, was born and raised in Osaka, Japan.
She began musical education and learn the piano in age of four.
2014- 2018 - TOHO GAKUEN SCHOOL OF MUSIC, TOKYO, JAPAN
She had studied with Prof. KOJI SHIMODA, Prof. AYAMI IIDA and Prof. YOSHITO NUMASAWA.
2018 - FRYDERYK CHOPIN UNIVERSITY OF MUSIC -ARTISTIC TRAINING COURSE IN THE CLASS OF. PROF. ANNA JASTRZĘBSKA QUINN
2014 -2nd Prize of adult category and 3rd Prize of Grand Prix category , Kobe International Piano Competition
2016 -participation in Kirishima Internationasl Music Festival in Kagoshima
2016- Haruko Matsumoto Piano Recital in Osaka, Japan
2017- Silver Prize of Concerto B Category, International Piano Competition in ASIA
2020 -1st Prize of F- Category , E- Competition in Japan
2021- 2nd Prize , International Piano Competition „ Paderewski in Memorial”
For you, Haruka Matsumoto plays the most famous works by Fryderyk Chopin in The Fryderyk Concert Hall.
11.11.2023 - 20:45
Minute Waltz op. 64 no. 1
Waltz op. 34 no. 3
Fantasy Impromptu op. 66
Sonatine in F sharp minor
“Six-column tune” Sound of Koto
Fantasy on Sakura
6 Polish Songs S.480
Études d'exécution transcendante no. 11 “Harmonies du soir”
Ballade in G minor op. 23