Kumi Matsuo – Live at Carnegie Hall Wednesday, 18th June, 2014

Kumi Matsuo

Live at Carnegie Hall

Wednesday, 18th June, 2014

A Special Invitation

Come Support Kumi Matsuo in her first Carnegie Hall appearance in Weill Recital Hall

Classical pianist Kumi Matsuo, a post-graduate of the Royal College of Music and recent winner of the Louisiana International Piano Competition, adds a unique combination of grace and power to her interpretations of classical masterpieces.

Kumi Matsuo was born in Tokyo, Japan. Kumi studied at the Toho Gakuen High School of Music and the Toho Gakuen University of Music in Tokyo. She completed the Artist Diploma course in 2010 and the Masters of Music program in July 2012 at the Royal College of Music (RCM) in London where she studied piano with John Blakely and Ashley Wass.

She won second prize at the 75th Music Competition of Japan and third prize at the 22nd Cidade de Ferrol International Competition in Spain. In 2012, she was awarded first prize and the title of Competition Laureate at the finals of the 6th Isidor Bajic International Piano Competition in Novi Sad, Serbia.
A Message from Kumi
“I am very honored and thrilled to have the opportunity to play at Carnegie Hall in New York, but it is also a little frightening as it will be my first trip to New York.  I have dreamed of this since I was a little girl taking piano lessons in Tokyo, Japan. After winning the Grand Prize at the Louisiana International Piano Competition in October, 2013, I discovered that one of the prizes would be a concert at Carnegie Hall.”

“I would very much enjoy meeting the music community in New York while I am in the city for a week and also, hope that you will come to the concert on the 18th June, 2014 to hear my recital.”

“I am also available for press interviews, informal recitals at corporate events, and will even give one or two private lessons on request.”  

“Again, I hope to see many of you and your families at Carnegie Hall.”

Thank You

Kumi Matsuo

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