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Tatsuya Nagashima, Piano

Internationally acclaimed pianist Tatsuya Nagashima has been appeared as a recitalist at major festivals and venues around the world, from Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center in New York, to Royal Albert Hall and Barbican Centre in London, Schauspielhaus and Deutsche Rundfunk Saal in Berlin, St. Petersburg Philharmonic Society Hall and the Bolshoi Hall of the Moscow Conservatory in Russia, Musikverein in Vienna, Suntory Hall and Sumida Triphony Hall in Tokyo, as well as National Concert Hall of Taiwan.  As a guest soloist with orchestras, Nagashima has performed with world’s leading orchestras include Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (London), Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester, Russian National Symphony, Czech National Symphony, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, American Symphony Orchestra among many others.

Mr. Nagashima has received numerous awards and recognition for his artistry including Vittorio Giannini Award, National Society of Arts and Letters Award in the United States, Outstanding Artist Award from the government of Taiwan, Japan Performers Association Award and Chiba Prefecture Cultural Award in Japan and an honorary award from the Art Festival for Children in Moscow. He has won over 20 first prizes in national and international competitions including Los Angels Chopin Competition, Japan Piano Competition as well as the Ibla International Piano Competition in Italy. In 2001, he received an Honorary Doctor of Music from the Kharkov Institute of Music in Ukraine.
His performances have been broadcasted on radio and TV in Japan, Taiwan, Italy, Russia, Ukraine, Germany, France, England, Belgium, and Canada and frequently on the National Public Radio as well as PBS, ABC, NBC, in the United States.

For the past several years, Mr. Nagashima has established himself as an Artist-in-Residence with the Ohio Conservatory of Music where he regularly appears in concerts, gives Masterclasses and does some teaching involving the most exceptional students. He has made numerous appearances at the Lavender Music Festival in Cherry Valley CA and will continue to do so over the next several years as well. Upcoming appearances also include recitals on the Artist Series at Kent State University, Ohio Music Teachers’ Concert Series, Victory Gallop, Inc. an organization that has engaged the services of Mr. Nagashima and continues to do so for the next several seasons as well.

Mr. Nagashima’s recording career has blossomed as well with several new releases including Schumann’s
Carnival and Kabalevsky’s Sonata no. 3 for the Eroica label. He is currently working on the complete solo piano works of Kosaku Yamada that will be recorded for release in late-2017.

Artist's Biography


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