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String Trio

One of the most promising violinists among young generation, Ryosuke SUHO, a viola player in NHK Symphony Orchestra, Yuya MINORIKAWA and the former principle cello player in Orchestra Ensemble Kanazawa, Ludovit KANTA formed this string trio.
From this smallest formation of “ensemble”, we can expect enormous enjoyment of music!
J.S. Bach:"Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring"
J.S. Bach:”Little Fugue”, Fugue in G minor, BWV 578
J.S. Bach/Sitkovetsky : Goldberg Variations

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Suho Ryosuke, (Violin)

In 2016, Ryosuke Suho won a prize and the Special Jury Prize at the Henrik Wieniawski International Violin Competition. He has also won first prize and prizes at numerous other competitions, including the Japan Music Competition and the David Oistrakh International Violin Competition. He received the 25th Idemitsu Music Award in 2015 and the 25th Aoyama Music Award in 2016. Ryosuke has performed with major orchestras in Japan, including the NHK Symphony Orchestra, as well as many national and international orchestras such as the Orchestre de Paris, Orchestre National de France, Orchestre

Philharmonique de Radio France, Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra and Prague Chamber Orchestra. He has studied with Machie Oguri, Yasuko Ohtani, Koichiro Harada, Maxim Vengerov and Renaud Capuçon. The instrument he plays is a 1678 Nicolo Amati generously on loan from the NPO Yellow Angel.

Yuya Minorikawa (Viola)

Born in Hokkaido, Yuya Minorikawa began playing the Violin at the age of ten and switched to the Viola. He studied the Viola and Conduct at the Toho Gakuen Music High School and Toho Gakuen College Music School of Music. His teacher have included Sumiko Edo(Viola). Shunsaku Tsutsumi(Conduct). Additionally he has
conducted Kansai Philharmonic Orchestra, Sapporo Symphony Orchestra, Royal Chamber Orchestra.
Yuya Minorikawa joined Ryota Komatsu’s Orquesta Tipica since 2000. He joined the viola section of the NHK Symphony Orchestra, Tokyo in 2009.
In December 2001, Yuya Minorikawa made his debut in Sadamatsu-Hamada Ballet’s the Nutcracker. After that, he conducts many performances of Sadamatsu-Hamada Ballet as well as the The Inoue Ballet, Asami Maki ballet Tokyo, Japan Ballet Association Kanto Kanagawa and many other ballet performances and Orchestra
performances at Japan.
As a Arranger, Yuya Minorikawa worked with Goro Noguchi, Yoshiko Hanzaki, Shigehiro Sano and many other musician.

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Ludovit Kanta (Cello)

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