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Performer: Nobuyuki Tsujii

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LondonNobuyuki Tsujii: Satie, Debussy and Chopin

© Yuji Hori
Satie, Debussy, Ravel, Chopin
Nobuyuki Tsujii, Piano
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Nobuyuki Tsujii’s recital in Sydney

Nobuyuki Tsujii © Yuji Hori
There are not many classical musicians on the international circuit who could achieve the ‘legend’ status; whose concerts would be attended by adoring fans rushing to the stage at the conclusion of the recital, who would be referred to by a nickname, suggesting an ongoing relationship and familiarity with their fans.
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Technical merit high, artistic impression mixed

© David Karlin
An excellent second half performance of Chopin's Four Ballades is preceded by an interpretation of waltzes and études that often lacks nuance of phrasing and dynamics.
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Nobuyuki Tsujii with the BBC Philharmonic

Nobuyuki Tsujii  ©  Yuji Hori
Manchester favourite Nobuyuki Tsujii made a welcome return to the BBC Philharmonic with Grieg’s popular Piano Concerto, followed by a thrilling performance of Mendelssohn’s Scottish Symphony, conducted by Juanjo Mena. The concert began, though, with a world première. Emily Howard was commissioned by BBC Radio 3 to write her new work, Axon, for the BBC Philharmonic.
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Prom 6: Nobuyuki Tsujii's Proms debut with the BBC Philharmonic and Juanjo Mena

Nobuyuki Tsujii performs with the BBC Philharmonic at the BBC Proms  ©  BBC/Chris Christodoulou
A world première, a blind pianist and a timpani showdown – Prom 6, with the BBC Philharmonic and their chief conductor Juanjo Mena, was not lacking in content. The three big works commenced with David Matthews’ A Vision of the Sea, which was commissioned by the BBC for this Prom.
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More Please: Ashkenazy, Tsujii and Philharmonia Orchestra in Bristol

Nobuyuki Tsujii
On a stiflingly hot evening, a packed Colston Hall was met with an energetic conductor, Vladimir Ashkenazy, springing to the middle of the stage. Before the audience hushed, Berlioz’s Overture to Béatrice et Bénédict swirled around the room. Light-hearted, breezy and full of optimism, it made a great opening piece to the night’s programme.
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