05 April 2013, Friday, 12:37
author: Elmira Sabirova
Yukiko Yamada, the organ player from Japan, the winner of international competitions will play at the Bashkir State Philarmonic Society (BGF) on April 5.
As the BGF press-service informs, in compositions by Muffat, Böhm, Rossi, Sweelinck, Bruhns, Bach and Mendelssohn will be performed.
Yukiko Yamada received the first education as organ player at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music under the guidance of Professor Tsuguo Hirono. After graduating as the bachelor she improved her skills in the Netherlands.
In 2010 she became the participant of special educational program of the Japan government and she studied at the Royal Conservatory in the Hague.
Yukiko Yamada participated in various organ competitions in Italy and Switzerland where repeatedly became the winner. In 2011 the organ player gave a series of concerts at musical festival in London organised by John Hill Foundation, as the single representative from Japan.
Yukiko Yamada is the full member of the Japanese Association of Organists. She gives concerts in the Netherlands, France, Germany, Italy, the Great Britain, Poland, Switzerland, Croatia.
The concert starts at 19 o'clock at BGF.